Re: Java Policy: /usr/share/java vs. /u/s/maven-repo
Le 04/08/2012 10:10, Sylvestre Ledru a écrit :
Le 04/08/2012 09:59, Thomas Koch a écrit :
do you think we should change the java policy and relax the requirement to
install java libraries to /usr/share/java in favour of /usr/share/maven-repo?
At least I'd like to see a very strong recommends to install to /u/s/m-r. I
feel like having filled a dozen bugs against java libraries that did not honour
the debian maven repo but on which I depended.
I don't think we should add in our policy a strong dependency on a build
system and the paths it expects. It used to be ant, it is now Maven, it
might change in the future.
I would prefer to keep /usr/share/java. It is not tied to a specific tool.
I also support this: /usr/share/maven-repo is only an addition to
/usr/share/java and not a replacement.
IIRC, Debian Java Policy actually require versionned JAR (ie. real file)
to be installed into /usr/share/java and we should keep this.