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Re: Bug#732282: stop building java for sparc, sparc64, s390, kfreebsd-any

Am 16.12.2013 11:34, schrieb Matthias Klose:
> Package: java-common
> Version: 0.50
> Severity: serious
> Tags: jessie, sid
> openjdk-7 currently ftbfs on sparc, sparc64, s390, kfreebsd-any. So please
> either remove the default-* packages on these archs, or fall back to gcj.
>  - the hotspot port for linux sparc isn't maintained anymore
>    by upstream.  If a porter is interested, maybe investigate
>    how to build the zero vm on these architectures.
>  - s390 needs an update of the s390 debian specific patch. Not
>    working on this myself.
>  - the debian kfreebsd patches need an update.  I don't think
>    it's feasible to burden the openjdk maintainers or the
>    security team with patch maintenance.  I understand that
>    the bsd support is found upstream in openjdk-8, so maybe
>    try that again for the next upstream version.

ia64, sparc, sparc64, kfreebsd-i386 and kfreebsd-amd64 are now demoted to gcj on
the VCS.  Had to demote ia64 too, and don't want to investigate anymore.

I'll upload java-common later this week.

The good news is that arm64, mips, mipsel, powerpcspe, ppc64el and x32 are now
promoted to use openjdk-7.


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