It’s been nearly a month since the creation of the Haiku port in the OpenJDK project.
In that time, not much has happened. Sadly.
Every single weekend thus far, I’ve been committed to doing something other than Haiku – and I don’t like it.
That said there has been some progress made.
- OpenJDK is readying support for our Mercurial access.
- Andrew recovered the data from his failed hard disk. This was his work toward merging some of the previous 1.4.2 port’s work into early source releases of the OpenJDK.
- I’ve been drafting proposals to the OpenJDK Innovators’ Challenge.
We’ll see where this gets us.
Stay tuned. More to come in the next week.
- Haiku Activity Report - September 2020
- Haiku Activity Report - August 2020
- Rust on Haiku: the Case of the Disappearing Deceased Threads
- GSoC2020 Final Report: Input Preferences
- GSoC 2020 Final Report: Improving and Extending Services Kit
- GSoC 2020 Final Report: XFS File System
- GSoC 2020 Project Update(UFS2): Reading Files
- GSoC 2020 Project Update(UFS2): Reading Symboliclinks
- Manipulating window look & behaviour with 'hey'
- GSoC 2020 Project Update: XFS