On 2011/2/20 Dominique Belhachemi wrote:
> I am CC'ing debian-java to get some additional help.
> Hi Denis,
> thanks for looking into this issue.
> Unfortunately, the wrapper around gcj-4.4 is filtering out the -source
> *$ less /usr/bin/gcj-wrapper-4.4
> *elsif ($arg eq '-source' or $arg eq '-sourcepath' or $arg eq '-target')
> * * * *# An unsupported option with a following argument.
> * * * *$ignoreNextArg = 1;
> If I call the compiler directly I am getting
> *gcj-4.4: unrecognized option '-source'
> I think cmake is looking for the 'java -version' value.
> *$ java -version
> *java version "1.5.0"
> *gij (GNU libgcj) version 4.4.5
> That is probably the reason why it reports misleadingly
> *-- Java version 1.5.0 configured successfully!
> But the compiler seems to be using a different language compliance level
> (< 1.5). Otherwise it would know the 'enum' type.
> So, how do I set the language compliance level? Or should I use a
> different compiler on kfreebsd and hppa?
You do not have to change anything, my patch works as is with
default-jdk on all architectures. A similar fix has already been
applied months ago, see
We need this new one in VTK 5.6 because new files have been added into
Wrapping/Java/vtk/, and they use Java 5 features. The previous fix
dealt with automatically generated Java files.
I do not know how to best "emulate" architectures which do not default
to openjdk; but you can try
# rm /usr/lib/jvm/default-java
# ln -s java-1.5.0-gcj /usr/lib/jvm/default-java
Do not forget to reset this symlink when you have finished
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