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6962318: Update copyright year Reviewed-by: andrew
author ohair
date Wed, 22 Dec 2010 20:12:27 -0800
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#!/bin/sh

#
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mydir="`dirname $0`"
mylib="`dirname $mydir`"/lib

# By default, put the jar file and its dependencies on the bootclasspath.
# This is always required on a Mac, because the system langtools classes
# are always on the main class path; in addition, it may be required on
# standard versions of JDK (i.e. using rt.jar and tools.jar) because some
# langtools interfaces are in rt.jar.
# Assume that the jar file being invoked lists all the necessary langtools
# jar files in its Class-Path manifest entry, so there is no need to search
# dependent jar files for additional dependencies.

if [ "$LANGTOOLS_USE_BOOTCLASSPATH" != "no" ]; then
   cp=`unzip -c "$mylib/#PROGRAM#.jar" META-INF/MANIFEST.MF |
       grep "Class-Path:" |
       sed -e 's|Class-Path: *||' -e 's|\([a-z]*\.jar\) *|'"$mylib"'/\1:|g'`
   bcp="$mylib/#PROGRAM#.jar":$cp 
fi

# tools currently assumes that assertions are enabled in the launcher
ea=-ea:com.sun.tools...

# Any parameters starting with -J are passed to the JVM.
# All other parameters become parameters of #PROGRAM#.

# Separate out -J* options for the JVM
# Unset IFS and use newline as arg separator to preserve spaces in args
DUALCASE=1  # for MKS: make case statement case-sensitive (6709498)
saveIFS="$IFS"
nl='
'
for i in "$@" ; do
   IFS=
   case $i in
   -J* )       javaOpts=$javaOpts$nl`echo $i | sed -e 's/^-J//'` ;;
   *   )       toolOpts=$toolOpts$nl$i ;;
   esac
   IFS="$saveIFS"
done
unset DUALCASE

IFS=$nl
"#TARGET_JAVA#" "${bcp:+-Xbootclasspath/p:"$bcp"}" ${ea} ${javaOpts} -jar "${mydir}"/../lib/#PROGRAM#.jar ${toolOpts}