Gentoo Archives: gentoo-java

From: Mario Fetka <mario.fetka@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-java@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-java] java-pkg_dolauncher and emul-linux-x86-java
Date: Tue, 05 May 2009 06:40:40
Message-Id: 200905050840.37387.mario.fetka@gmail.com
On Tuesday, 5. May 2009 01:27:22 you wrote:
> Mario Fetka wrote: > > On Monday, 4. May 2009 23:13:42 you wrote: > >> Mario Fetka wrote: > >>> On Monday, 4. May 2009 22:15:51 Alistair Bush wrote: > >>>> Hi Mario > >>>> > >>>> Mario Fetka wrote: > >>>>> Hallo Java dev team, > >>>>> > >>>>> is there a way to specify the wanted java version with dolauncher > >>>> > >>>> The _minimum_ java version is already specified automagically based on > >>>> the [R]DEPEND variables. > >>>> > >>>> Specifically the >=virtual/jre-1.* and java-virtuals/* items. > >>> > >>> thx i alredy know this > >>> but is there for ex. a way to say i want on amd64 systems the app- > >>> emulation/emul-linux-x86-java package as the java vm to use > >>> i have some packages that provides only x86 native interface > >>> on x86 everything is ok but on amd64 you have a elf mismatch ... > >>> > >>> yes at the moent i am writing some special scripts that use java-config > >>> --set- vm=emul-linux-x86-java > >>> > >>> it would be greate if the java-pkg_dolauncher gets an extra parameter > >>> where i can say use the emul-vm or sometihg simalar like > >>> virtual/jre32-1.* > >>> > >>> at the momemt when you set app-emulation/emul-linux-x86-java it anly > >>> errors out > >>> > >>> !!! ERROR: Couldn't find a VM dep > >>> > >>> thx in av > >>> Mario > >> > >> Create a java virtual with only emul-linux-x86-java as the provider and > >> make the pkg creating the launcher depend on the virtual. > >> > >> Regards, > >> Petteri > > > > i have created a new java-virtuals/jre32 based on the > > java-virtuals/jdk-with- com-sun package but it is not working (tm) > > > > http://tinyurl.com/cbdynj > > http://tinyurl.com/c738nq > > > > !!! ERROR: Couldn't find a VM dep > > > > thx for the help > > emul-linux-x86-java is not a JDK and the eclasses work based on the > assumption that you have one installed in pkg_setup. Just avoid vm > switching being done and it should work.
ok now i have lost the thread