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Re: Lintian Override for OSGi classpath in Freeplane?

On 05/06/11 14:47, Niels Thykier wrote:
LINTIAN_ROOT="" frontend/lintian

$ LINTIAN_ROOT="" frontend/lintian -vi /home/ericl/ALIOTH/build-area/freeplane_1.1.3-1_i386.changes
N: Setting up lab in /tmp/xpbW7820tM ...
N: ----
N: Processing changes file freeplane_1.1.3-1_i386 (version 1.1.3-1) ...
N: ----
N: Processing source package freeplane (version 1.1.3-1) ...
N: ----
N: Processing binary package libjortho-freeplane-java (version 1.1.3-1) ...
N: ----
N: Processing binary package freeplane (version 1.1.3-1) ...
W: freeplane: classpath-contains-relative-path usr/share/freeplane/core/org.freeplane.core/lib/freeplaneeditor.jar: ../
N:    The classpath listed in the jar file refers to a potential missing jar
N: file. This could be the remnants of a build-time classpath that are not
N:    relevant for a JAR bundled in a Debian package.
N: Alternatively, the classpath may be correct, but the package is lacking
N:    a jar file or a symlink to it.
N:    Note, Lintian assumes that all (relative) classpaths pointing to
N: /usr/share/java/ (but not subdirs thereof) are satisfied by dependencies
N:    as long as there is at least one strong libX-java dependency.
N:    Severity: normal, Certainty: possible
N: Removing /tmp/xpbW7820tM ...

I've uploaded a new version of Freeplane to mentors (attached email, I need a sponsor - WINK!; also checked in SVN), with changelog entry:

  * Fix lintian warnings (description, library dependency on jre),
    'relative classpath in manifest' ignored until lintian clarified.
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