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Re: Feedback on OpenJDK jpackage tool early access builds

Salut Raphael,

thank you very much - we're looking forward to your feedback!

dalibor topic

On 30.08.2019 10:37, raphael.jolly@free.fr wrote:
Hi Dalibor,

I am a Debian Java user. I would like to test JPackage on my project https://github.com/rjolly/linoleum . Currently, I use JDeb to package it in a pure Java fashion. Formerly, I was using https://github.com/mscurtescu/ant-deb-task , which works not bad, but is not included in Debian.

I am downloading the JPackage early access build, and will keep you informed. I will manage to subscribe to the openjdk mailing list too.

Best regards,
Raphael Jolly

Dalibor Topic wrote:


We're working in the OpenJDK Community on a new tool for packaging [1]
self-contained Java applications as DEBs as part of a future JDK release
and the developers (on CC:) would love to get some feedback about the
Linux integration, specifically on Debian Linux.

So I thought this would be a good place to reach out and inquire if some
Debian Java packagers (or users) would be interested in trying out the
early access build [2] and letting us know how well it behaves and meets
your expectations.

If you are interested in providing feedback, feel free to respond here
on this list, to us directly or on the core-libs-dev (at)
openjdk.java.net mailing list, where the development of jpackage is
currently discussed.

The latest early access build's 'release notes' can be found at:

dalibor topic

[1] https://openjdk.java.net/jeps/343
[2] http://jdk.java.net/jpackage/

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