handling env variables like JAVA_HOME, M2_HOME...
On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 04:21:11PM +0300, Marius Andreiana wrote:
> How can Fedora work out of the box with apps requiring env variables like
> JAVA_HOME, M2_HOME ?
> Today, even though fedora provides java & maven, one still has to manually
> set these vars. Should Fedora java/maven packages set these (e.g. by files
> in /etc/profile.d/), while still allowing users to overwrite them in
I guess so, but seems better to avoid needing the variables in the
first place. It seems that JAVA_HOME is not required, provided you
are using the default Fedora package. (At least, that is my
impression from a small test I just did.)
PS. yikes, Java is so verbose ...
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