is azureus finally okay?
past at ebs.gr
Sun Aug 28 19:53:34 GMT 2005
Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (Aug 21), Ion-Mihai Tetcu said:
>>On Fri, 19 Aug 2005 20:50:41 +0200 anon <goatse at phreaker.net> wrote:
>>>I have used many bittorrent programs, Currently im using bittornado
>>>after using rtorrent (great program but crashing all the time) But
>>>Bittornado doesnt relly have all the good functions like a torrent
>>>queue for example...
>>>Anyway I have had freeBSD 5.3 and my runnings with azureus have
>>>always been troublesome, because azureus+freeBSD arent the best
>>>friends... last time I tried with 18.104.22.168 and jdk-14 it didnt work,
>>>only time it worked was when I tried an CVS nightbuild, with an old
>>>azureus version, like 1.4 ... but that crashed once in a while
>>>So im just wondering 1) is azureus, latest version from ports
>>>finally hassle/bug/crash free? and therefore 1 b) is jdk 1.5
>>>finally working and okay? not just beta, or that I have to use
>>>linux 1.5 java
>>Right now azureus won't compile because of the new eclipse version.
> I'm not sure why azureus requires eclipse at all. I have a homemade
> port at http://dan.allantgroup.com/FreeBSD/swt-dan.tar.gz that builds a
> standalone libswt, and I just use the jar file provided on the azureus
> web site. There are no source patches in the current azureus port, so
> it doesn't really make any sense to have to recompile it.
A standalone swt port was on my todo list, as well. Why don't you commit
it, perhaps as swt30 and I'll work on swt31?
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