Comments regarding relaxngcc_1.12-1_amd64.changes
tjaalton at ubuntu.com
Wed Feb 26 17:02:06 UTC 2014
On 19.02.2014 00:57, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
> On 18.02.2014 23:35, Florian Weimer wrote:
>> * Timo Aaltonen:
>>>> We have a bootstrapping issue with this.. upstream CVS repo ships with
>>>> 'lib/bootstrap-relaxngcc.jar' which is used to generate the files for
>>>> the parser. And since the source tarball can't include that relaxngcc
>>>> has no way to enter Debian?
>>>> Fedora doesn't seem to care, they used to have a version where it used
>>>> the embedded jar file, but the one that entered the archive used the
>>>> same build system as our original upload..
>>> sending to debian-java too in case someone has ideas..
>> Just use a cyclic build dependency. They are annoying, but less
>> problematic for Arch: all packages.
> How would that work in practice? Ship the generated files in the tarball
> and document the build in README.source? Or try to build a stripped
> version that's capable of generating the parser as a second stage?
Benjamin explained this to me.. but instead of fiddling this manually,
we went with the original tarball but that the pre-generated files are
rebuilt before the final jar is built. That should be good enough for
the archive, no?
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