[Bug 53415] javasupport is not FreeBSD friendly
dhdev at gmx.de
Wed Sep 10 17:56:03 UTC 2003
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------- Additional Comments From dhdev at gmx.de 2003-09-10 17:55 -------
perhaps this helps a bit.
I do not have freebsd so I can't help, sorry.
<lauri> in any case, what do you need to fix this? on FreeBSD only the OS itself is in /usr and /
opt will never exist, you need to look at /usr/local always (so, for every kdevelop created app)
everything needs "--with-extra-includes=/usr/local/include --with-extra-libs=/usr/local/lib")
Java is even more special, it's installed as the bug report says, so, what is the existing java
<lauri> what's the simplest way to find the right JAVAC here?
<lauri> or, why isn't the JAVAC = @JAVAC@ in Makefile.in enough
<leafy> $JAVA_HOME/bin/javac would be nice
<lauri> ah, JAVA_HOME is promising
<leafy> but don't expect every system sets it as global
<leafy> include bsd.java.mk and defind NEED_JAVAC in the makefile
<lauri> looks like we can trivially pick up the right javac but not until you have a release - in the
meantime, I'm not sure how, other than setting JAVAC = $JAVA_HOME/bin/javac to fix it in the
<lauri> Makefile.am could be hacked to do that if it's FreeBSD without too much trouble, I expect
<lauri> assign it to me, come nag me about it in a about a week (or at least, after 3.1.4 is
released) and i'll make sure it gets fixed somehow
<lauri> I just don't have actual time right this minute to rebuild kdevelop or work on it, but once
this release is done, I will
<dhaumann> ok. thanks all
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