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Mark Wielaard wrote:
scratch). And then have a bit more explanations and examples how to
actually build your own application using those standard packages.
Right, so if aot-compile-rpm is the ``right'' way to build Java
applications, it should not be limited to rpm.
Moreover, ``everyone'' knows that the right way to install even your own
applications is through a package manager, and it would actually be
pretty easy to provide a rpm .spec template for Java packages, but then,
getting into RPM packaging would be the subject of a whole other article.
Still, best practices of actually installing SWT from RPM rather than
compiling it yourself and throwing it into /usr/local are more obvious
suggestions that can actually be used.
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