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Old 12-18-2011, 01:48 AM
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Default gcj-4.7_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.changes is NEW

(new) gcj-4.7-base_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional libs
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection (gcj base package)
This package contains files common to all java related packages
built from the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC).
(new) gcj-4.7-jdk_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional java
gcj and classpath development tools for Java(TM)
GCJ is a front end to the GCC compiler which can natively compile both
Java(tm) source and bytecode files. The compiler can also generate class
files. Other java development tools from classpath are included in this
package.
.
The package contains as well a collection of wrapper scripts and symlinks.
It is meant to provide a Java-SDK-like interface to the GCJ tool set.
(new) gcj-4.7-jre-headless_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional java
Java runtime environment using GIJ/classpath (headless version)
GIJ is a Java bytecode interpreter, not limited to interpreting bytecode.
It includes a class loader which can dynamically load shared objects, so
it is possible to give it the name of a class which has been compiled and
put into a shared library on the class path.
.
The package contains as well a collection of wrapper scripts and symlinks.
It is meant to provide a Java-RTE-like interface to the GIJ/GCJ tool set,
limited to the headless tools and libraries.
(new) gcj-4.7-jre-lib_4.7-20111217-1_all.deb optional java
Java runtime library for use with gcj (jar files)
This is the jar file that goes along with the gcj front end to gcc.
(new) gcj-4.7-jre_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional java
Java runtime environment using GIJ/classpath
GIJ is a Java bytecode interpreter, not limited to interpreting bytecode.
It includes a class loader which can dynamically load shared objects, so
it is possible to give it the name of a class which has been compiled and
put into a shared library on the class path.
.
The package contains as well a collection of wrapper scripts and symlinks.
It is meant to provide a Java-RTE-like interface to the GIJ/GCJ tool set.
(new) gcj-4.7-source_4.7-20111217-1_all.deb optional java
GCJ java sources for use in IDEs like eclipse and netbeans
These are the java source files packaged as a zip file for use in development
environments like eclipse and netbeans.
(new) gcj-4.7_4.7-20111217-1.diff.gz optional devel
(new) gcj-4.7_4.7-20111217-1.dsc optional devel
(new) gcj-4.7_4.7-20111217.orig.tar.gz optional devel
libgcj-doc_4.7-20111217-1_all.deb
to main/g/gcj-4.7/libgcj-doc_4.7-20111217-1_all.deb
(new) libgcj13-awt_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional libs
AWT peer runtime libraries for use with gcj
These are runtime libraries holding the AWT peer implementations
for libgcj (currently the GTK+ based peer library is required, the
QT bases library is not built).
(new) libgcj13-dbg_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb extra debug
Debugging symbols for libraries provided in libgcj13-dev
The package provides debugging symbols for the libraries provided
in libgcj13-dev.
.
binutils is required to show file names and line numbers in stack traces.
(new) libgcj13-dev_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional libdevel
Java development headers for use with gcj
These are the development headers that go along with the gcj front end
to gcc. libgcj includes parts of the Java Class Libraries, plus glue
to connect the libraries to the compiler and the underlying OS.
(new) libgcj13_4.7-20111217-1_amd64.deb optional libs
Java runtime library for use with gcj
This is the runtime that goes along with the gcj front end to
gcc. libgcj includes parts of the Java Class Libraries, plus glue to
connect the libraries to the compiler and the underlying OS.
.
To show file names and line numbers in stack traces, the packages
libgcj13-dbg and binutils are required.
Changes: gcj-4.7 (4.7-20111217-1) experimental; urgency=low
.
* GCC-4.7 snapshot build.
- Including the GFDL documentation; will stay in experimental
until the 4.7.0 release sometime next year.
* Update patches for the trunk.
* Update symbols files.
* Build libitm packages.


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