Re: Java policy draft
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>>>I just finished reading http://wiki.debian.org/Java/Draft
>>Me too. :-)
> Just my 5 cents: the policy about javadoc doesn't say where the javadoc
> should be registered in doc-base. I would suggest something like
> Programming/Java, in order to avoid have links all over the place in dhelp
> & Co.
We have to decide where to register the doc, you are right. Your
suggestion seems fine. Is there any other proposals?
>>[JVM finder and CLASSPATh builder]
>>IMO it would make great sense to add a jpackage like "CLASSPATH" builder
>>and JVM finder and add the experience with this to the java policy. Up
>>to now, the java policy is mostly about packaging, but not about how
> For the JVM finder, I would suggest freemind.sh as a starting base, as I
> spend quite a lot of time to get it right :-)
Thanks for the pointer. I think Michael also spent a lot of time of
something like 'search JVM' in his Eclipse package.
: :' :rnaud
Java Trap: http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/java-trap.html
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