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8005978: shell tests need to use the $COMPILEJDK for javac, jar and other tools Reviewed-by: chegar
author alanb
date Fri, 11 Jan 2013 20:19:55 +0000
parents ae5d04dbacd6
children 44a6aa58f7b2
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# @test
# @bug 6318171 6931562
# @run shell
# @summary Basic test of the Microsoft CryptoAPI provider.

OS=`uname -s`
case "$OS" in
    Windows* | CYGWIN* )

    # 'uname -m' does not give us enough information -
    #  should rely on $PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER (as is done in Defs-windows.gmk),
    #  but JTREG does not pass this env variable when executing a shell script.
    #  execute test program - rely on it to exit if platform unsupported

	${TESTJAVA}/bin/java ${TESTVMOPTS} IsSunMSCAPIAvailable

    * )
        echo "This test is not intended for '$OS' - passing test"
        exit 0