Re: commons-collections in main
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Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Arnaud Vandyck wrote:
>> AFAIK, Only RedHat/Fedora do this (but they are at the source! A lot
>> of RedHat devs are working on gcj). If we can do this, we'll be one
>> of the few operating system (not just linux distribution!) to be
>> able to ship java applications/libraries compiled to native!
> I work on GCC upstream -- if I can help with getting necessary GCJ
> patches from CVS HEAD, 3.4, or elsewhere, into 3.3 branch, please tell
> me. :-)
Great! I already follow upstream development via mailing list and irc
and they are just doing a pretty good job!
>> Thanks for pointing me that. I'll set up free VM's alternatives to my
>> packages, but I also have to talk to Stefan Gybas about the
>> debian-java policy on the java libraries.
> So the plan is that the Java packages will depend on the appropriate
> list of alternative free VMs, so that they'll be available for all
> architectures even when no individual VM is? That sounds good. :-)
Yep, that's it. I'm in holiday this week so I'll try to do that this
: :' :rnaud
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