Bug#543907: Netbeans update
mcitadel at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 20:14:56 UTC 2011
On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 7:28 PM, Damien Raude-Morvan
<drazzib at drazzib.com> wrote:
> Hi Andres,
> Le Friday 18 February 2011 22:48:38, Damien Raude-Morvan a écrit :
>> Le vendredi 18 février 2011 19:46:57, Andres Mejia a écrit :
>> > Damien, was there an issue with getting libnb-platform-java and netbeans
>> > uploaded to ftp-master?
>> for the time being, no problem found: just lack enough time to thoroughly
>> review these big source packages. I'll try to find some free time next
> Sorry for the delay... I finally managed to review the last package for
> netbeans 6.9 upload, netbeans itself. There is some issues with the upstream
> source tarball that need to be fixed before we can upload it to Debian archive.
> 1) There is some binary blobs in tarball and I don't know if those are rebuild
> from source during build (ie. we have to rebuild them). If that's the case,
> from which source code ? Maybe, we'll have to provide a stripped upstream
> tarball for now.
> Here is the list of binary blobs :
Check ./dlight.nativeexecution/src. I'm not sure whether to rebuild
these during a build or not.
These are macosx specific. I typically ignore these.
Looks to be generated by one of the java sources in the same directory.
> ./nbi/engine/native/cleaner/windows/vcproject/NBI Native Cleaner.ncb
Looks to be a file used by Visual Studio. I usually ignore these.
Looks to simply be some implementation of unzip. Source should be
modified to find unzip installed in the system.
> 2) There is also some binary blobs which seems to be used for unit testing.
> Seems unit test are not launched, maybe we can strip that from tarball too.
Looks to be simply bogus netbeans modules for use with testing. They
don't contain java classes. You could probably ask upstream how they
This file simply contains a string of all characters in the ASCII
table. It's relatively simple to create a script or program to
generate this. I wouldn't bother writing one.
Looks to be simply a heap dump from some Java program. Run any java
program and create a dump of your own.
A dump of some subversion repository. Create a repository of your own
and make a dump.
> 3) The J2EE tutorial source is under some binary "*.fm" files. Those files have
> a "MakerFile 7.0" header. Does those files are used to generate some real
> resource in Debian package ? Do we have some tool in Debian to open those files
> ? What's licence of thise J2EE Tutorial ?
I heard of kword and scribus that can work with these files.
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