It seems that a significant number of JAR files under /usr/share/java do
not declare their dependencies using the Class-Path manifest attribute.
As a result, the dependencies need to be collected manually and included
with the final link (typically, in the -classpath argument to
/usr/bin/java). This is mightily inconvenient and leaks implementation
details across Java RPM package boundaries. (I don't think
%jpackage_script does recursive linking, unlike the JVM.)
rpmlint flags usage of the Class-Path attribute:
Florian Weimer / Red Hat Product Security Team
I've retired asm2 and it will be blocked from F20. Please update your
dependencies to use objectweb-asm or mvn(asm:asm).
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