[OSM-dev] JOSM gcj
sander at hoentjen.eu
Mon Jun 25 18:47:10 BST 2007
On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 15:38 +0200, Frederik Ramm wrote:
> Hi Sander,
> > 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.
> There's a guy on the talk-de mailing list who says he won't use software
> that requires evil non-free Sun Java so rather than just telling him to
> go away (which was my first instinct) I'd like to do a version that
> works with gcj.
> Can you provide me with the patches required to get going with gcj?
Attached is a patch that will make it compile, I even removed some
duplicate ways with it, but don't expect it to work flawlessly. You will
also probably need Fedora 7, the other distro's are a bit behind wrt gcj
i think (somebody correct me if i am wrong).
Hum, i just tried for the fun of it to just run josm-latest.jar with
gij, and it runs, i only get error 401 when uploading. I'll check
compiling svn without patches and report back
> And maybe a dumb question but I haven't used anything but Sun Java - are
> the two incompatible in a way that requires gcj-compiled .jars for
> execution with gcj and Sun Java-compiled .jars for execution with Sun
> Java, or will we be able to create .jars that run on both?
the jar can be run on both, but gcj isn't complete yet (but getting there, especially with openjdk etc)
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