David Walluck wrote:
Gary Benson <gbenson(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Why did it fail? Both ant and eclipse use libgcj's XML code and
> work fine with it, so I'm guessing it's pretty decent.
I just recall many, if not all, packages requiring jaxp_parser_impl
failing to build until I installed xerces-j2. If I try again, I will
report on the list so that maybe an upstream bug could be filed.
Cool, please do.
I know that if I try to use libgcj to provide jaxp_transform_impl,
then the ant style task always fails (with a NPE). Now,
jaxp_transform_impl isn't part of the current java-gcj-compat rpm,
but I figured I would try it also since the classes are there.
Another question about java-gcj-compat: should it provide jndi-ldap?
tomcat5 seems to require this and I don't see what other package
could provide it. It's listed in the tomcat5 spec but I don't see
the jar listed in any of the property files used by ant. Again, I
can't get tomcat5 to build, and it's the final package I need before
trying to build eclipse with a free stack.
slippy:[~]$ rpm -q --whatprovides jndi-ldap