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Is there a Gentoo Way (tm) for testing whether a specific language
module is available in gcc?
The specific case is gcj - I had "gcj" in my use flags from way back,
but I just got a field report from someone testing an ebuild I've
> it didnt work at first, fell over in the libgtk-java install, but i
> figured out that i had to emerge gcc with gcj support, then I did
> emerge java-gnome and it all worked. Top class. Thanks again.
My ebuilds respond to USE=gcj, but I obviously need to do a dependency
type check. Obviously something like
test -x `which gcj`
Would serve, but is there some magic (gcc-config or better yet a
dependency?) which would help?
[It's almost like there should be something like virtual/gcj provided by
gcc if gcc is compiled with Java enabled... Hm]
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