Please note that using --release is mandatory to prevent javac from compiling against the most recent version of the platform APIs and it helps to get rid of -bootclasspath, using -source and -target isn't enough. Oops maybe I should have put this comment into the bug report.
On 8/11/19 9:08 AM, gouessej [via jogamp] wrote:
> Please note that using --release is mandatory to prevent javac from compiling
> against the most recent version of the platform APIs and it helps to get rid
> of -bootclasspath, using -source and -target isn't enough.
Yes, will do so.
I updated my build machines and other server to Debian 10 as well
and will do the testing this week.
I have published most of the related changes already earlier
and need to validate builds against openjdk8.
I have updated/config'ed jenkins and all build/test nodes for
- latest jenkins
- apache-ant 1.10.5
openjdk + apache-an now matches Debian 10 Buster's default.
I will test my merged changed over the weekend
and give it a push accordingly to the results.
Yes, the release (snapshot) will include
- JavaFX/OpenJFX Support
- iOS Support
- Java11 build + runtime
- Java8 runtime
- Android Version 7.0 Nougat API Level 24 (Java8 compatible)
On 8/11/19 7:22 AM, Sven Gothel [via jogamp] wrote:
> The server outage just a few minutes ago was due to
> the update to Debian 10.
> Next week will be time for consolidation,
> i.e. merging the WIP branches and produce
> build using OpenJDK11, for Java8 baseline
> and w/o those warning if running under Java9+.
> Cheers, Sven