If a Java class from does not use native Methods then no corresponding native 
implementation is existing/needed (with the Special exception of intrinsics). 
Most of the JCL is purely Java.

What is it you want to modify?


Von: mr rupplin
Gesendet: Samstag, 11. August 2018 22:17
An: core-libs-dev@openjdk.java.net
Betreff: C files and their Mapping(s)


Thanks for taking time.  We had a quick question about the Java to C mappings 
in the JDK.  For instance the System.java has a corresponding System.c and even 
a System.o.

We find these without too much problem.  However many of the "core" packages 
(corba, nashorn, jaxp, jaxws) do not have a corresponding C source folder.

If we were to make changes to System.java we would, for example, also make 
changes to System.c.  It is quickly clear then that we would need a mechanism 
for altering the remaining java classes.  Since these do not have a C file what 
do we then alter?  How would we rewrite a method, add one, etc.?

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Thank you,


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