Re: Large-scale java policy violations
Stefan Gybas wrote:
Basically yes, but IMHO this should be the decision of the local admin
and not of the package maintainer. How could he know ig his package
contains "standard" jars? This means that no package should automatically
put jars or symlinks there. This would be /etc/java/default-classpath/ in
No, if a "local admin" has to manually maintain a file for the default
then you no longer have a default classpath.
You do not ask a "local admin" to manually maintain /etc/ld.so.onf
or /usr/include. That is *our* job.