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|...||...||@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ DEPENDENCIES:|
|- javacc (http://javacc.dev.java.net/)|
|- maven (http://maven.apache.org/)|
|- ant1.9 (http://ant.apache.org) # note that builds will fail if ant 1.10 or later are used|
|- ant (http://ant.apache.org)|
|- csv (http:/www.nongnu.org/cvs/)|
|- svn (http://subversion.apache.org)|
|...||...||@@ -29,18 +29,19 @@ For convinience, javacc and maven are included in the tools directory:|
|0. JDK requirement:|
|Building DaCapo requires latest JDK 8.|
|JDK 9 is currently not supported (some benchmarks will fail with error).|
|If building PMD and/or DayTrader,|
|make sure JDK 7 is also installed and|
|it's path set in local.properties file.|
|See 3 below.|
|1. Set your JAVA_HOME environment variable appropriately:|
|On Mac OS X something like:|
|On Ubuntu 16.04 something like:|
|Building DaCapo requires JDK 8,|
|certain benchmarks (ie. PMD, TradeBeans, TradeSOAP)|
|require JDK 7 and/or 9 to build.|
|Set relavent paths in local.properties file.|
|See 3 below.|
|2. Set ant and maven environment variables if necessary. In particular,|
|for some jvms it is necessary to explicitly request a larger heap size.|