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  26 # This is the JDK used to build and run the bootstrap version of javac.
  27 # The bootstrap javac is used to compile both boostrap versions of the
  28 # other tools, and product versions of all the tools.
  29 # Override this path as needed, either on the command line or in 
  30 # one of the standard user build.properties files (see build.xml)
  31 
  32 # boot.java.home = /opt/jdk/1.5.0 
  33 boot.java = ${boot.java.home}/bin/java
  34 boot.javac = ${boot.java.home}/bin/javac
  35 boot.javac.source = 6
  36 boot.javac.target = 6
  37 
  38 # This is the JDK used to run the product version of the tools,
  39 # for example, for testing. If you're building a complete JDK, specify that.
  40 # Override this path as needed, either on the command line or in 
  41 # one of the standard user build.properties files (see build.xml)
  42 
  43 # target.java.home = /opt/jdk/1.6.0
  44 target.java = ${target.java.home}/bin/java
  45 
  46 # Version info -- override as needed
  47 jdk.version = 1.7.0
  48 build.number = b00
  49 milestone = internal
  50 
  51 # FIXME -- these need to match the standard values
  52 # If we include date in full.version (ie for developer build)
  53 # we will need to make sure the build is idempotent (i.e.
  54 # repeated builds don't rebuild the tools, because of new
  55 # timestamps
  56 # FIXME -- need to include openjdk as needed
  57 release = ${jdk.version}-${milestone}
  58 bootstrap.release = ${release}_bootstrap
  59 full.version = ${release}-${build.number}
  60 bootstrap.full.version = ${bootstrap.release}-${build.number}
  61 
  62 # options for the <javac> tasks used to compile the tools
  63 javac.source = 5
  64 javac.target = 5
  65 javac.debug = true
  66 javac.debuglevel = source,lines
  67 javac.no.jdk.warnings = -XDignore.symbol.file=true
  68 # set the following to -version to verify the versions of javac being used
  69 javac.version.opt = 
  70 # in time, there should be no exceptions to -Xlint:all
  71 javac.lint.opts = -Xlint:all -Werror
  72 
  73 # options for the <javadoc> task for javac
  74 javadoc.jls3.url=http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/
  75 javadoc.jls3.cite=&lt;a href=&quot;${javadoc.jls3.url}&quot;&gt;The Java Language Specification, Third Edition&lt;/a&gt;    
  76 javadoc.jls3.option=-tag "jls3:a:See &lt;cite&gt;${javadoc.jls3.cite}&lt;/cite&gt;:"
  77 
  78 # jtreg, used to run the JDK regression tests
  79 # Override this path as needed, either on the command line or in 
  80 # one of the standard user build.properties files (see build.xml)
  81 
  82 # jtreg.home = /opt/jtreg/3.2.2_02
  83 
  84 # findbugs
  85 # Override this path as needed, either on the command line or in 
  86 # one of the standard user build.properties files (see build.xml)
  87 
  88 # findbugs.home = /opt/findbugs/1.2.1
  89 
  90 #------------------------------------------------------------
  91 
  92 # The following properties define the packages for each of the tools.
  93 # Syntactically, they should be suitable as arguments for the "includes"
  94 # parameter of Ant filesets. In particular, note the trailing '/'.
  95 
  96 javac.includes = \
  97         javax/annotation/processing/ \
  98         javax/lang/model/ \
  99         javax/tools/ \
 100         com/sun/source/ com/sun/tools/javac/
 101 
 102 javac.tests = \
 103         tools/javac
 104     
 105 javadoc.includes = \
 106         com/sun/javadoc/ \
 107         com/sun/tools/javadoc/
 108 
 109 javadoc.tests = \
 110         tools/javadoc/ 
 111     
 112 doclets.includes = \
 113         com/sun/tools/doclets/
 114 
 115 doclets.tests = \
 116         com/sun/javadoc/
 117 
 118 javah.includes = \
 119         com/sun/tools/javah/
 120 
 121 javah.tests = \
 122         tools/javah/
 123 
 124 javap.includes = \
 125         com/sun/tools/classfile/ \
 126         com/sun/tools/javap/ \
 127         sun/tools/javap/
 128 
 129 javap.tests = \
 130         tools/javap/
 131 
 132 apt.includes = \
 133         com/sun/mirror/ \
 134         com/sun/tools/apt/
 135 
 136 apt.tests = \
 137         tools/apt/
 138     
 139