No, I'm talking about the Solaris migration toolkit, available in the past
to certify pre-Solaris 10 binaries against the new versions.
They were a couple of Perl scripts (solcat, for example). They were a binary
interface certification set of scripts.
They were a good point to start thinking in a migration.
On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 9:26 AM, Jerry Jelinek <gerald.jeli...@sun.com>wrote:
> Hernan Saltiel wrote:
>> Will there be an adoption toolkit, to let the people use the S10 brand
>> testing it, and starting the migration process?
> I'm not sure I understand the question. Are you asking
> if the source code will be available before S.next is
> released? If so, then yes, we're running this as an
> open project and our plan is to get the current code that
> is under development posted on the project page within
> the next month or so. We have to finish an internal process
> review first, before we can open the code we've already
> written. After the code is posted, we'll be keeping it updated
> as we work on it. Once the code is available, you'll be able
> to build it and use the brand on OpenSolaris to try it out.
> If I misunderstood your question, please let me know.
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