[OSM-dev] JOSM gcj

Nick Hill nick at nickhill.co.uk
Tue Apr 17 16:24:26 BST 2007

Hello Sander

I don't know Fedora's medium term policy with regards Java. I assume we will ave 
full SUN java compatibility in all Linux distros soon given SUN has/is releasing 
it's Java implementation under the GPL.

A great add-on for josm to help new users could be a global bookmark. A 
difficulty for first time users of Josm is finding where they live and 
bookmarking it.

If most towns and cities are available through an RSS style live bookmark 
(perhaps based on the geonames database), first time users can find their home 

Sander Hoentjen wrote:
> Hi,
> I was thinking of packaging JOSM for Fedora, and for that it has to
> build with gcj (a free java implementation). After some quick hacks it
> does work, but it needs a little bit of love. Is there enough interest
> in such a package that my work will not be in vain, or should i devote
> my time in some other way?
> Are patches to make this work welcome, or should the just be made in the
> RPM?
> Sander
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