It looks like you forgot to clone all the repositories. Please run "sh
get_source.sh" in the root of the repository you cloned. You will also
need to rerun "sh ./common/bin/hgforest.sh up -r
JDK-8174901-epsilon-branch" after the full clone.
I would also recommend getting Visual Studio 2013. While configure will
accept 2010/SDK 7.1, it's not the compiler we use or recommend for JDK 9
On 2017-04-01 18:11, Oleksandr Nikitin wrote:
> I am trying to build JDK 10 + Epsilon GC on Windows by this guide:
> http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/8174901 >
> TLDR: configure seems to run fine, but the `make images` step fails with
> the error:
> No rule to make target `java.base-libs`
> Full build log: https://gist.github.com/wizzard0/ > ad8406ea1c2aea4bfe9faeda35a76dd0
> I can build JDK 8 and 9 in this environment, so I assume it is configured
> mostly correctly.
> Never dabbled with any JDK sources before, so looking for any advice. I can
> provide access to the machine if needed.
> Machine: Windows 10 Pro x64, Windows SDK 7.1, Cygwin x64, bootstrap JDK
> 1.8u121 x64
> Thanks in advance!