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Re: ov-java.cc-tst fails on Lubuntu 14.04

From: Tatsuro MATSUOKA
Subject: Re: ov-java.cc-tst fails on Lubuntu 14.04
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2015 19:55:51 +0900 (JST)

----- Original Message -----

> From: Rik 
> To: Tatsuro MATSUOKA ; "octave-maintainers; Julien Bect> Cc: 
> Date: 2015/6/3, Wed 11:53
> Subject: Re: ov-java.cc-tst fails on Lubuntu 14.04
> On 06/02/2015 04:28 PM, Tatsuro MATSUOKA wrote:
>>>  I was going to wait on the results of your test and
>>>  then post to octave-maintainers, but you have beaten me to it. 
>>  I apologize my impolite manner.
> No need to apologize.  It's not polite or impolite.  You were simply
> working on finding a solution quickly.
>>>  assert (javaMethod ("binarySearch", 
> "java.util.Arrays", 
>>>  single ([90 100 255]), single (255)), 2);
>>  This works without problem.
> Well that's good.  Maybe the default numeric type for a 32-bit JRE is float
> rather than double?  Seems odd though.  The 32-bit JRE is supposed to be
> about the size of references and therefore about the size of addressable
> memory.
> --Rik

I have built octave-4.0.0 on lubunutu 12.04 (32bit) using gcc-4.8.1.
Interestingly "test ov-java.cc-tst" passes.

>> test ov-java.cc-tst
PASSES 5 out of 5 tests

On lubuntu 14.04 (32 bit), I have used openjdk-7-jdk, openjdk-7-jre, 
openjdk-7-jre-headless (7u79-2.5.5-0ubuntu)
while on 12.04, I have used openjdk-6-jdk, openjdk-6-jre, and  
openjdk-6-jre-headless (6b35-1.13.7-1ubunutu0.12.04.2).

I do not know the difference comes from the openjdk version difference at the 

On ubuntu 12.04, one can use openjdk-7. I may try it tomorrow if I have time.


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