DISCLAIMER: These notes are from the defunct k8 project which precedes SquirrelJME. The notes for SquirrelJME start on 2016/02/26! The k8 project was effectively a Java SE 8 operating system and as such all of the notes are in the context of that scope. That project is no longer my goal as SquirrelJME is the spiritual successor to it.
A new month starts.
My code bank stuff in the method was needlessly complexicated with
FormCodeBank bank(FormCodeBank.Language __l, boolean __replace,
BiFunction<FormMethod, FormCodeBank.Language, FormCodeBank> __gen) being how
they are looked at and removed.
I like this bit of code
-> __c.toClassBinaryName()).orElse(null), basically get a constant pool entry
that might not exist, if it does exist then get the binary name from the value
of it, if it ended up being null regardless then just return null.
I know a way I can develop the test systems that check to see if another hardware set conforms (in emualators mostly), would be to compile the kernel for the target. Then once in the target emulation system, build the kernel again. Then once that kernel is built the tests are performed on the test framework. Doubly slow, but it may help to weed out implementation issues across architectures. Might not be applicable for certain hardware targets, but the normal distribution that normal users would use should contain the test system just in a possibly hidden spot. That way there is a single build for that system and no need to separated release/debug stuff.
Another thing that can work is a debug framework at code generation type so that code can be more easily debugged, such as which values appeared where and other things. Obviously slower but possibly more robust. Say if a test framework task fails for a certain thing, it can be restarted in a debug mode with a trace in it to possibly show why. Previous tests can be saved and compared to so that differences may be spotted. Since I would probably going at this very alone, I will need a framework that can test for me without watching every test that runs by.