Bug#743234: Bug#743131: FTBFS if default-jdk is gcj-jdk
doko at debian.org
Mon Mar 31 18:18:17 UTC 2014
Am 31.03.2014 19:50, schrieb Steven Chamberlain:
> tags 743131 + patch jessie sid
> clone 743131 -1
> reassign -1 src:eclipse-cdt
> found -1 eclipse-cdt/8.3.0-1
> On 31/03/14 17:49, Sébastien Villemot wrote:
>> Therefore, would that be an acceptable course of action for you if I
>> restrict the architecture set of glpk-java to those were the default JDK
>> is openjdk, and then downgrade the present bug to severity important?
> A better way seems to be:
> Build-Depends: default-jdk (>= 2:1.6)
> which is satisfied only by arches having openjdk-6 or openjdk-7 as
> default currently.
> That way, if kfreebsd (or any other architecture) switches to openjdk as
> default in the future, your package can be built again without changes.
> (Although - I'm hoping kfreebsd, along with all release architectures,
> might be able to use openjdk-7 for jessie, greatly simplifying things
> and making this change unnecessary).
> In the meantime, the outdated kfreebsd binaries could be removed by
> ftpmaster if you'd like the package to migrate.
Steven, the kfreebsd port was backported from OpenJDK 8 by Damien. In the past
we had to wait for several months for updated kfreebsd patches to get the
openjdk-7 built again on these architectures, despite pinging the kfreebsd
porters. How did that change? How can you make sure that this won't repeat
again? I'm not in favour defaulting that again to openjdk-7 or openjdk-6.
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