Bug#336536: marked as done (Strange dependencies in eclipse-base)

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Package: eclipse-base
Severity: important

I don't really know why eclipse-base depends only on gij while it can
work with Sun Java as well. package should depend on
java-virtual-machine, java-compiler, java2-compiler or any package
providing java compiler and runtime environment. I don't see many
advantages of installing two or more virtual machines for java

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