konqueror at gmx.de
Thu Jun 22 04:51:23 UTC 2006
On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 12:23:45PM +0900, Kai Hendry wrote:
> Electric is a peculiar package I've come across that could do with some
> help from Debian Java enthusiasts.
> The current version in Debian is really buggy and unmaintained.
> Upstream has long ago converted the project to Java. I'm not sure what's
> going on with Java now in Debian, though this self contained JAR should
> be easy to package.
> Any help with getting this package back in shape would be greatly
I would be interested in the package if the legal situation would be
clarified. I don't wanna maintain software located in non-free. Just
personal preference. The mentioned Apple classes are not in the
download jar anymore. What other culprits can be in?
The other issues mentioned in Bug #300096 should be small. Free Java
alternatives made good progress in the last year. Eclipse is in main.
Many good runtimes are in main. Of course users are free to use
proprietary but we done force them to do.
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