Bug#375835: reassigning to kaffe
vorlon at debian.org
Tue Jul 25 23:47:03 UTC 2006
clone 375835 -1
reassign -1 nice
severity 375835 important
On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 12:04:06PM -0400, Mike O'Connor wrote:
> The line the compilation of nice fails on is:
> CLASSPATH=classes JAVA="kaffe -Dnice.inlined=classes-inline" bin/nicec.bootstrap --exclude-runtime -d classes.old --sourcepath=stdlib.old:stdlib:src.old:src --classpath=classes -R nice.tools.repository
> Which explictly calls kaffe. If I try to execute this command with sun, or
> sablevm, or gij, this command succeeds, so it seems to be a problem with
> kaffee. I'm reassigning.
Then nice is still broken in a release-critical way; kaffe's bug may or may
not be release-critical, but if it were, I would expect to see a lot more
reports of this same failure on other packages.
If nice can build successfully with gij or sablevm, then it seems like the
obvious workaround would be to switch the package to actually build-depend
on one of these.
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