Now you have a number of ready created Eclipse projects in your Eclipse workspace.
Go to the workspace folder where Eclipse creates the project files and settings i.e. into the /home/openjdk/workspace folder.
There are a number of folders each representing the project you have been working on, in each folder there are atleast two to four hidden files and folders such as:
.project .cproject .classpath .settings
Copy these over to the folders for each of the respective packages under the ecproject folder in the respective folders as shown below.
~/sources/jdk8_tl/jaxp/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/jaxws/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/jdk/make/eclipse/j2se/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/jdk/make/eclipse/jconsole/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/jdk/make/eclipse/jmx/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/jdk/make/eclipse/swing/ecproject/ ~/sources/jdk8_tl/langtools/make/eclipse/langtools/ecproject/
An archive of the list of files that were modified across the openJDK system can be found at (include .cproject, .project, build.xml, build.properties, etc… files):
Github repo with directory structure of files and folders (last updated 18/09/2012) for both the Old Build and the InfraBuild system In the Infrabuild folder in the repo, two new projects namely openJDK (images) and openJDK (images VERBOSE) have been included to build the whole OpenJDK system via the InfraBuild system.
Here is a list of packages which were not built during the process, they all have the necessary make and build scripts in them:
awt2d jarzip jdwpgen world
Please provide any feedback on areas that work differently for you. If you have fixed an issue also let us know so that we can update the information here.
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