GCJ 4.1 and OpenOffice.org
herve.quiroz at esil.univ-mrs.fr
Mon Mar 13 14:57:15 UTC 2006
FWIW, I have been working with Eric Anholt to have Kaffe (java/kaffe)
supported by bsd.java.mk. The only thing with miss is a port of a
Javadoc tool so that ports documentation may be built without any Sun or
IBM JDK. I believe gjdoc (can't remember if this part of classpath or
another "free" Java tool) could be used in place of javadoc.
I'll have a look at your wrapper and modifications in the next few days.
On Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 10:59:35AM +0900, NAKATA Maho wrote:
> I believe gcj is now one of the usable Java implementation,
> however there are some small (but tedious) issues must be solved to
> check in to FBSD ports cvs repo.
> I made some ports or updates of ports so that we can at least compile a
> package using Java; OpenOffice.org. I believe with appropreate wrapper,
> we can add gnugcj as _JAVA_VENDOR_LIST in /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.java.mk.
> then we can use/comple Java applications without bootstrapping java/jdk14
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