Building the "langtools" workspace.
    The "langtools" workspace can be built from the command line with Ant.
    The build file is make/build.xml, in conjunction with make/
    Some additional user-specific properties files are also read, to allow
    you to customize selected properties as needed.
    Individual tools within the workspace can also be built and worked on
    with NetBeans, using the projects in the make/netbeans directory.
    The "langtools" workspace can also be built from the command line with
    GNU Make, although the Makefile is simply a wrapper around the Ant
    build file. This is provided for systems (such as the full OpenJDK build)
    that expect to be able to build this workspace with GNU Make.
    System Requirements:
      Ant:      version 1.6.5 or later
      NetBeans: version 6.0 or later (optional)
      JDK:      currently version 1.5.0, although 1.6.0 is recommended
      OS:       any system supporting the above tools
    For more information:
      GNU Make:
    Testing the "langtools" workspace.
    The primary set of tests for the compiler is the compiler TCK. This
    tests that the compiler performs according to the specifications in
    JLS and JVMS.
    In addition, there is a substantial collection of regression and unit
    tests for all the tools in the main langtools test/ directory.
    Finally, there is a small set of tests to do basic validation of a build
    of the langtools workspace for use by JDK. These tests check the contents
    of the dist/ directory generated by the build, and verify that the various
    tools can do basic "Hello World"-style processing. These tests should be
    run by jtreg, with the -jdk option set a version of JDK capable of running
    the default output of the javac compiler in this workspace. Currently, 
    this means JDK 6 or better.





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