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Using GNU Classpath while changing his hierarchy

From: Jean-Philippe Deblonde
Subject: Using GNU Classpath while changing his hierarchy
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 14:46:30 +0200

Oups..., I completely forget to answer to the mailing list *too*...
So, here's what I answered to Tom...

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jean-Philippe Deblonde <address@hidden>
Date: 21 juil. 2005 19:21
Subject: Re: Using GNU Classpath while changing his hierarchy
To: address@hidden

In fact, it's a lot more than a simple refactoring, because I need, by
example, to rewrite the to use an array of bytes (coded
with UTF-8) instead of an array of char, to save some space for the
It's only one of the substitutions I need to do, and I need to do them
automatically, since the developpers getting hands on the whole thing
will just have to download the new version of the Classpath archive,
and run a script to merge it with the rest of the project

21 Jul 2005 10:22:30 -0600, Tom Tromey <address@hidden>:
> >>>>> ">" == Jean-Philippe Deblonde <address@hidden> writes:
> >> The GNU Classpath project evolves while I'm doing this. And some
> >> substitution rules available for today won't be available in future
> >> releases of the Classpath project. Some new classes/substitutions will
> >> be introduced with each new version...
> >> So, I post this message to ask if I'm not missing something in the
> >> process, if there is a existing tool or some guidelines to help me
> >> keep track of the diff in a streamlined way.
> >> Do you have any comments or  suggestions ?
> Use Eclipse to do the refactoring for you?
> Or, do the refactoring *after* the build using a tool like ASM?
> Tom

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