Gluegen has some sort of support for aarch64 (both linux and android userspaces) but it feels incomplete as it is impossible to build gluegen under Fedora without some changes.
https://github.com/sgothel/gluegen/pull/32 got created with required fixes.
By the way, it would be nice to mention which changes should be done in our JNLP files and in our applets too.
Julien: I only built gluegen, jogl and scilab.
My eyes bleed when I look at xml files required by ant ;(
(In reply to Marcin Juszkiewicz from comment #3)
Please send an email to Sven Gothel. Then, he will look at your pull request. Thank you for contributing.
(In reply to Julien Gouesse from comment #4)
> (In reply to Marcin Juszkiewicz from comment #3)
> > ping?
> Please send an email to Sven Gothel. Then, he will look at your pull
> request. Thank you for contributing.
He is assigned to that bug. So he gets an email. If he do not read bugzilla emails then it shows (in my opinion) that he do not care about them and sending email to the same address may end with same result.
Hi Marcin Juszkiewicz
The JogAmp team have only recently got access to a working test system for GNU/Linux aarch64. A heads up that this is not forgotten.
I am now running JogAmp GNU/Linux aarch64 tests on a DragonBoard 410c.
I am currently testing a patch quite similar to yours however without the extra isAArch64 property, we already have the isLinuxARM64 property defined.
I am also adding some required files to let the JogAmp build system cross compile aarch64 support into the official builds like this:
Xerxes changes of Bug 1295 should fix this issue.
If not, please reopen.
Marcin, I double checked while validating your pull request.
Code has already been added via commit 00ea29eb954a29aaf2fd2adffd6677e580ab2850
for bug 1295.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1295 ***