Re: [help] brltty: Java behaves strangely on different archs?
On Sun, Nov 18, 2007 at 12:57:47AM +0100, Mario Lang wrote:
> One of my packages (brltty) recently gained Java bindings for its API.
> Now since I added the usage of gcj to brltty, I see that the java toolchain
> seems to be quite out of sync on different archs in different ways.
> At first everything worked here on amd64, but when I uploaded I saw
> the i386 build failing, the builddeps were all there but the java bindings
> are somehow not built and therefore dh_install fails.
> Then I noticed in the same run that on arm, the build-deps couldn't be
> Later on, the problem on i386 vanished magically and it just autobuilds
> fine there now. But the same problem as I saw on i386 originally
> now seems to persist at least on alpha. arm still can't install
> the build-deps. This is about 2 months later since I first uploaded
> the java-using version of brltty... I was originally hoping
> this would all just sort out by itself. Now that I'd actually need
> brltty to go to testing for other reasons, I am sort of lost.
> This is a call for help. If you have any idea or can shed a little
> light on the whole issue, please let me know what I can do to fix this
> and get brltty in testing. I *know* I could remove the java support again,
> but I'd like to make sure there is no other way before doing so.
>  http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?&pkg=brltty&ver=3.8-6&arch=i386&stamp=1188733192&file=log
>  http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?&pkg=brltty&ver=3.8-6&arch=arm&stamp=1188732968&file=log
GCJ is not really working on arm. You can just forget about this.
armel would be another case...but thats no official arch.
>  http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?&pkg=brltty&ver=3.8-7&arch=i386&stamp=1189354533&file=log
>  http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?&pkg=brltty&ver=3.9-2&arch=alpha&stamp=1195173383&file=log
You should use /usr/lib/jvm/java-gcj as JAVA_HOME with
java-gcj-compat(-dev) and not /usr. Never use /usr/bin/javac,
/usr/bin/java, etc. when building packages. You never really know where
this points to.