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Re: [ljc] Cross-JDK compatibility issue

From: Neil B.
Sent on: Thursday, October 18, 2012 7:46 AM
So... what's the error?

There are many known incompatibilities between Sun/Oracle JDK and OpenJDK, even in supposedly the same version of each. So without some more details from you, any further response would be little more than guesswork.


On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 7:10 AM, James Green <[address removed]> wrote:
So I've forked an open source project and put it on Github. Travis-CI is employed, but I've hit a snag:

- OracleJDK7 and OpenJDK6 pass green
- OpenJDK7 fails a test, consistently the same one

I'm on OS X[masked] with Oracle's latest and greatest, and an OpenJDK from the google-code site. I cannot reproduce the problem locally.

The only thing I've found in searching for clues is that OpenJDK is apparently a bit dodgy in 32-bit forms. Travis appears to be 32-bit.

As an engineer I'm looking for a solution. As someone with a few month's experience with Java / Maven / etc, I am rather lost at this point.

Explaining that "it works except on 32-bit OpenJDK7" in the readme would suck... Can anyone offer advice/assistance to help avoid that?



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