jpackage | 1 Oct 04:06 2005

Your Bugzilla buglist needs attention.

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You have one or more bugs assigned to you in the Bugzilla 
bugsystem (https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/) that require
attention.

All of these bugs are in the NEW or REOPENED state, and have not
been touched in 7 days or more.  You need to take a look
at them, and decide on an initial action.

Generally, this means one of three things:

(1) You decide this bug is really quick to deal with (like, it's INVALID),
    and so you get rid of it immediately.
(2) You decide the bug doesn't belong to you, and you reassign it to someone
    else.  (Hint: if you don't know who to reassign it to, make sure that
    the Component field seems reasonable, and then use the "Reassign bug to
    owner of selected component" option.)
(3) You decide the bug belongs to you, but you can't solve it this moment.
    Just use the "Accept bug" command.

To get a list of all NEW/REOPENED bugs, you can use this URL (bookmark
it if you like!):

 https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=REOPENED&assigned_to=jpackage-discuss-/hcidOUDYf1g9hUCZPvPmw <at> public.gmane.org

Or, you can use the general query page, at
https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/query.cgi.

Appended below are the individual URLs to get to all of your NEW bugs that
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Mark Wielaard | 1 Oct 13:40 2005

DevJam reports

Hi all,

The GNU Classpath distro DevJam was a great success. It seems we brought
some harmony into the hearts and minds of the different distributions
(Ubuntu, SkoleLinux, Debian, Fedora, Suse, Gentoo, OpenEmbedded) that
participated. And being able to talk and debug some issues with several
of the upstream projects involved (GNU Classpath, kaffe, gcj, Cacao) was
definitely inspirational and productive.

Here is a list of other summaries and notes of the meeting:

- SkoleLinux summaries and pictures:
http://skolelinux.de/wiki/FreeJava/Meeting050923
- OpenEmbedded ARM TODO list:
http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/rwagner/pyblosxom.cgi/computers/freejava/gcj-on-arm.html
- GCJ maintainer/Fedora impressions by Andrew Haley:
http://www.advogato.org/person/aph/diary.html?start=0
- Gentoo DevJam braindump by Petteri R├Ąty (plus presentation)
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.java/598
http://dev.gentoo.org/~betelgeuse/show.pdf
- DevJam Arrival and Schedule/Discussion notes:
http://gnu.wildebeest.org/diary/index.php?p=116
- Debian Project leader notes:
http://necrotic.deadbeast.net/~branden/blog/exuberance/Debian/destination_oldenburg.html
- LWN article about the meeting that is currently being published for
subscribers (please support LWN it is a great magazine):
http://lwn.net/Articles/153450/
Next week it will be free for all.

(Please send me, or the devjam mailing-list, updates and additions.)
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Derek Mahar | 1 Oct 18:36 2005
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eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Is package eclipse-ecj available for Fedora Core 4 AMD64?  On the JPackage site,
I could find eclipse-ecj only for Mandrake 10.1 x86.  If eclipse-ecj is not
available for Fedora Core 4, what are my options for installing Tomcat 5.5 which
requires eclipse-ecj?

Thank you,

Derek
jpackage | 2 Oct 04:05 2005

Your Bugzilla buglist needs attention.

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You have one or more bugs assigned to you in the Bugzilla 
bugsystem (https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/) that require
attention.

All of these bugs are in the NEW or REOPENED state, and have not
been touched in 7 days or more.  You need to take a look
at them, and decide on an initial action.

Generally, this means one of three things:

(1) You decide this bug is really quick to deal with (like, it's INVALID),
    and so you get rid of it immediately.
(2) You decide the bug doesn't belong to you, and you reassign it to someone
    else.  (Hint: if you don't know who to reassign it to, make sure that
    the Component field seems reasonable, and then use the "Reassign bug to
    owner of selected component" option.)
(3) You decide the bug belongs to you, but you can't solve it this moment.
    Just use the "Accept bug" command.

To get a list of all NEW/REOPENED bugs, you can use this URL (bookmark
it if you like!):

 https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=REOPENED&assigned_to=jpackage-discuss-/hcidOUDYf1g9hUCZPvPmw <at> public.gmane.org

Or, you can use the general query page, at
https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/query.cgi.

Appended below are the individual URLs to get to all of your NEW bugs that
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Ian Pilcher | 2 Oct 18:57 2005
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Re: eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Derek Mahar wrote:
> Is package eclipse-ecj available for Fedora Core 4 AMD64?  On the JPackage site,
> I could find eclipse-ecj only for Mandrake 10.1 x86.  If eclipse-ecj is not
> available for Fedora Core 4, what are my options for installing Tomcat 5.5 which
> requires eclipse-ecj?

Doesn't Fedora Core already include Tomcat and eclipse-ecj packages?
(It certainly does on x86.)

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Ian Pilcher                                        i.pilcher@...
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Derek Mahar | 3 Oct 03:05 2005
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Re: eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Ian Pilcher <i.pilcher <at> ...> writes:
> Doesn't Fedora Core already include Tomcat and eclipse-ecj packages?
> (It certainly does on x86.)

I could find only Tomcat 5.0.30 in Fedora Core 4 release.  In any case, I'd
prefer to use the JPackage distribution.

Derek
jpackage | 3 Oct 04:05 2005

Your Bugzilla buglist needs attention.

[This e-mail has been automatically generated.]

You have one or more bugs assigned to you in the Bugzilla 
bugsystem (https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/) that require
attention.

All of these bugs are in the NEW or REOPENED state, and have not
been touched in 7 days or more.  You need to take a look
at them, and decide on an initial action.

Generally, this means one of three things:

(1) You decide this bug is really quick to deal with (like, it's INVALID),
    and so you get rid of it immediately.
(2) You decide the bug doesn't belong to you, and you reassign it to someone
    else.  (Hint: if you don't know who to reassign it to, make sure that
    the Component field seems reasonable, and then use the "Reassign bug to
    owner of selected component" option.)
(3) You decide the bug belongs to you, but you can't solve it this moment.
    Just use the "Accept bug" command.

To get a list of all NEW/REOPENED bugs, you can use this URL (bookmark
it if you like!):

 https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=REOPENED&assigned_to=jpackage-discuss-/hcidOUDYf1g9hUCZPvPmw <at> public.gmane.org

Or, you can use the general query page, at
https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/query.cgi.

Appended below are the individual URLs to get to all of your NEW bugs that
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Gary Benson | 3 Oct 11:01 2005
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Re: eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Derek Mahar wrote:
> Is package eclipse-ecj available for Fedora Core 4 AMD64?  On the
> JPackage site, I could find eclipse-ecj only for Mandrake 10.1 x86.
> If eclipse-ecj is not available for Fedora Core 4, what are my
> options for installing Tomcat 5.5 which requires eclipse-ecj?

Fedora Core 4 ships with eclipse-ecj.

Gary
Derek Mahar | 3 Oct 14:02 2005
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Re: eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Gary Benson <gbenson <at> ...> writes:

> Derek Mahar wrote:
> > Is package eclipse-ecj available for Fedora Core 4 AMD64?  On the
> > JPackage site, I could find eclipse-ecj only for Mandrake 10.1 x86.
> > If eclipse-ecj is not available for Fedora Core 4, what are my
> > options for installing Tomcat 5.5 which requires eclipse-ecj?
> 
> Fedora Core 4 ships with eclipse-ecj.
> 
> Gary

Yes, but unfortunately, I could not find Tomcat 5.5 in Fedora Core 4 for AMD64.
 Furthermore, if I use the Fedora Core distributions of Tomcat and Eclipse, will
I run into problems trying to use other JPackage packages that require the
JPackage distibution of Tomcat and Eclipse?  That is, will I encounter
incompatibilities between the Fedora and JPackage packages?

Derek
Gary Benson | 3 Oct 14:35 2005
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Re: Re: eclipse-ecj, Fedora Core 4 AMD64, Tomcat 5.5

Derek Mahar wrote:
> Gary Benson <gbenson <at> ...> writes:
> > Derek Mahar wrote:
> > > Is package eclipse-ecj available for Fedora Core 4 AMD64?  On
> > > the JPackage site, I could find eclipse-ecj only for Mandrake
> > > 10.1 x86.  If eclipse-ecj is not available for Fedora Core 4,
> > > what are my options for installing Tomcat 5.5 which requires
> > > eclipse-ecj?
> > 
> > Fedora Core 4 ships with eclipse-ecj.
> 
> Yes, but unfortunately, I could not find Tomcat 5.5 in Fedora Core 4
> for AMD64.  Furthermore, if I use the Fedora Core distributions of
> Tomcat and Eclipse, will I run into problems trying to use other
> JPackage packages that require the JPackage distibution of Tomcat
> and Eclipse?  That is, will I encounter incompatibilities between
> the Fedora and JPackage packages?

You should be able to install FC4's eclipse-ecj without pulling in
anything else from Fedora.  Whether it works depends on whether the
JPackage eclipse-ecj package puts its jarfile in the same place as
Fedora's.

Gary

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