Re: jde can't find bsh.jar with emacs-snapshot
"Kai" == Kai Grossjohann <email@example.com> writes:
Kai> I built a new Emacs snapshot, and C-c C-v C-z in a .java file
Kai> results in an error that it can't find the specified bsh.jar
Kai> bsh: Specified BeanShell jar filed does not exist:
Kai> So I went to the directory shown below and made a symlink:
Kai> 14:12 $?=0 /usr/share/emacs-snapshot/site-lisp/java
Kai> root@ketchup# ln -s ../../../java lib
Kai> I don't have time to investigate; perhaps this is pilot
Kai> error. If you suspect so, then I can try to investigate some
Kai> more in a specific direction. Sorry that I don't have time
Kai> to get to the bottom of this -- the Java code has got to get
Kai> Wild guess at relevant packages:
Kai> 14:16 $?=0 ~ ketchup% apt-show-versions -r 'bsh|jde|cedet|semant'
Well, I don't know emacs-snapshot, and I use xemacs, but here goes
~$ dlocate bsh.jar
JDE usually looks for the bsh.jar file based on what the function
jde-find-jde-data-directory returns. If jde-find-jde-data-directory is
not returning the base to from which "java/lib/bsh.jar" can be found
that might be the root of your problem.
But, going a little further I see
~$ dpkg --contents jde_2.3.3-2_all.deb | grep bsh.jar
Hmmm...sounded like a bug to me....until I did
:~$ apt-cache search beanshell
bsh - Java scripting environment
So, do you have the bsh package installed?
Apologies if I'm merely repeating facts you are already well aware of.