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Re: [swarm-hackers] Can somebody declare a CVS "version" that works?

From: Paul Johnson
Subject: Re: [swarm-hackers] Can somebody declare a CVS "version" that works?
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 15:01:28 -0500
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Marcus G. Daniels wrote:
Paul Johnson wrote:
I'm testing the package swarm-2.2.5.tar.gz. Here's how the configure ends. What do you think?
I've updated the distribution rules for the projects since the time (long ago) when there was actually a release.
If you pull the same file as before it should build.  It does for me.

OK, got them from cvs.

I'm getting the stinking suspicion that the Ubuntu packagers have re-arranged the jdk files to suit some weird fantasy file system. Studying the builds, it appears to me the swarm build is not looking for the native_threads directory in the same place where the JDK from sun in Ubuntu has put it.

Rather than try to bug shoot that right now, I'm just going to get a valid JDK from Sun and install manually, and if Swarm builds against that, I'll have a better idea.

Can you please tell me if you succeed with Sun JDK 1.6, or only 1.5?

I ask because it appears you can't get 1.5 on javasoft.com...


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