Re: java policy
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Martin Ferrari - DECIDIR Argentina wrote:
> I would want to know if
> http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/java-policy/ is still
> authoritative and if there is some repository of documentation for
> debian-java. I'm still confused about what is current.
Hi. That appears to match what we currently have in the java-common
package, so as far as what's currently "official", that would be it. As
you can see from viewing our archives over most of 2005, there are a
number of things we have been discussing that will probably be reflected
in an update to java policy once we reach concensus and implement the
decision(s). Some of the issues are quite complex, and we have been
discussing the need for a face-to-face meeting of the Debian Java team
to get some of these issues under discussion worked out.
The rest of the gang can chime in, but I wanted to at least provide
you with a quick answer.
All Things Computed
Registered Linux User #368650
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