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Re: RFS: gradle/3.1-1

Hi Emmanuel,

Gradle itself is also one of the reverse-build-dependencies, so of
course I checked and it worked.

This is strange, even if gradle-debian-helper FTBFS with Gradle 3.1,
it still works fine with Gradle 3.1 on all packages that I checked,
including libspring-java. I am putting the transitional code in [1].

I also basically fixed bnd's FTBFS, you can see it in [2]. But it
still FTBFS because of the missing source tree of
`biz.aQute.bnd.annotation/src`. I have no idea why the maintainers
excluded it from the upstream tarball. If it's not a mistake,
bypassing this error seems easy to achieve.

I also noticed libnative-platform-jni FTBFS on architectures other
than amd64 and i386. Let me fix it first.

Kai-Chung Yan

[1]: https://github.com/seamlik/gradle-debian-helper/commit/bfb2fa20ee2294c834aa2a55186d8c989eefc6b0
[2]: https://gitlab.com/seamlik/debianpkg_bnd/commit/b1cbb5f8b74f82fa0875e1e057768a65c2ee75e1

2016-11-03 20:39 GMT+08:00 Emmanuel Bourg <ebourg@apache.org>:
> Le 3/11/2016 à 13:01, 殷啟聰 a écrit :
>> I have prepared an update for gradle.
> Awesome! Thanks a lot. Did you check if you can still build gradle with
> the new version? Also it would be interesting the see if the modified
> gradle-debian-helper is still able to build a complex package such as
> libspring-java.
> Emmanuel Bourg

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