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8253361: Shenandoah: runtime barrier does not honor ShenandoahSelfFixing flag #257

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ShenandoahSelfFixing flag is currently only honored by C2, not runtime barrier. Runtime barrier should check the check too.


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Looks good to me!

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/integrate

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@zhengyu123 Since your change was applied there has been 1 commit pushed to the master branch:

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