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Debugging OpenJDK

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Sometimes debugging Java code is not enough and we need to step over the native part of Java. I spent some time to achieve proper state of my JDK to do that, so short description probably will be useful for ones starting their trip. I’ll use the brand new OpenJDK 9! At first you have to obtain main repository by ...

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Building OpenJDK on Windows

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Doing some experiments, I found that it often useful to have JDK source code available in hand to make some changes, play with it, etc. So I decided to download and compile that beast. Apparently, it took me some time to do that, although my initial thought was that it’s should be as simple as running make command :). As ...

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The OpenJDK as the default Java on Linux

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Hi All, Recently I’ve received a bunch of private correspondence from people confused/worried over the change in the default Java packaging for Linux. For many Linux distributions, the official Sun/Oracle version of Java has been packaged up as the default Java for the platform. However, due to a recent licensing change, this will no longer be the case! So, is ...

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