Re: New VM Selection Method
Actually I had assumed editing the line in /etc/jvm.conf would have been
enough for somebody who didn't want a GUI. Was I wrong?
On Mon, 2005-04-11 at 07:32 +0200, Michael Koch wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 08:17:22AM +0200, Wolfgang Baer wrote:
> > >On Sun, 2005-04-03 at 11:12 -0500, Jerry Haltom wrote:
> > >>We need a standard, nice, easy to extend way for binary wrappers
> > >>in /usr/bin and/or startup scripts to locate their VM. There are a few
> > >>requirements that I had:
> > >>1) Whatever we do should be GUI configurable. I want to write a "System
> > >>VM Selection" control panel of some sort allowing the user to choose
> > >>which VM is used system-wide and also program specific.
> > That would be nice - especially as users are should be allowed to
> > override the vm. But I think we should put the scripts first in
> > java-common - to have something to test etc. - and then at a later
> > stage put the GUI stuff in place.
> > Just to ensure that the feature doesn't need to wait till a
> > working GUI is written.
> > BTW, should the GUI be in Java ?
> We need at least a command-line tool, probably called update-java-vm or
> so in Debian-style. A real gui tool would be nice too to make it easier
> for end users.
> Perhaps we should have the command-line tool first. We can then later
> add the GUI as it will be just for comfortability.
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