David Walluck <david(a)zarb.org> writes:
I was asked to make sure that tanukiwrapper and libreadline-java
up to date for F10.
What I found is that there is no consistent policy for either .so
location or .jar location for Java packages in Fedora.
There is a policy:
but some existing packages may not follow it.
Here are some examples:
Eclipse is a special case. Andrew Overholt can comment on this.
Ideally jss and tanukiwrapper would be updated to follow the packaging
I believe that libreadline-java was meant to be the model for the
policy, but the problem is that jpackage-utils (build-classpath) does
not seem to be updated to work with the new jar location.
What is the symptom of this problem?
NB: I tested on F9, so if this has changed, let me know.
We have very little time to do anything about this before the F10
freeze, so I suggest we take the path of least-resistance, e.g., we
have to move libreadline-java back
I'm not sure what you mean by this.
since we would not be able to update all the packages and the tools
and make sure that they work in time for F10.