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Old 05-12-2008, 12:47 PM
Paul
 
Default ikvm and gnu classpath

Hi,

Looking more into the problems in getting ikvm to build from source and
it looks like it won't be as simple as I thought as it does need to
build against the sources of gnu-classpath (which is a pain to be
honest!) to build it's main application.

Is there a problem with a spec file pulling in the sources from another
tarball, decompressing, moving the required files across and then
building correctly?

TTFN

Paul
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Old 05-12-2008, 02:49 PM
Hans de Goede
 
Default ikvm and gnu classpath

Paul wrote:

Hi,

Looking more into the problems in getting ikvm to build from source and
it looks like it won't be as simple as I thought as it does need to
build against the sources of gnu-classpath (which is a pain to be
honest!) to build it's main application.

Is there a problem with a spec file pulling in the sources from another
tarball, decompressing, moving the required files across and then
building correctly?



There are a few other cases like this in Fedora AFAIk, that is for example why
we have a mesa-sources packages. The correct solution would be to ask the
classpath package maintainer to add a classpath-sources packages, and then to
builddepend classpath-sources


Regards,

Hans

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