Consolidate the JDK Forest into a Single Repository


Java 10 change numerous repositories of the JDK forest are combined into a single repository in order to simplify and streamline development.

In JDK 9 there are eight repos: root, corba, hotspot, jaxp, jaxws, jdk, langtools, and nashorn. In the consolidated forests, code for Java modules is generally combined under a single top-level src directory. For example, today in the JDK forest there are module-based directories like

    
    
        
        $ROOT/jdk/src/java.base
...
$ROOT/langtools/src/java.compiler
...
    

In the consolidated forest, this code is instead organized as-

    
    
        $ROOT/src/java.base
$ROOT/src/java.compiler
...
        
    





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