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Re: Java build problems

From: Paul Michael Reilly <pmr@copa.pajato.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Nov 1997 14:13:55 -0500
Message-Id: <199711091913.OAA02508@copa.pajato.com>
To: Daniel.Veillard@w3.org
Cc: pmr@pajato.com, www-amaya@w3.org
Daniel Veillard writes:
 > 
 >   Hi Paul,
 > 
 > >When building from source (amaya-src-1.1b.tar.gz,
 > >thot-src-2.1e.tar.gz, thoteditor-src-2.1e.tar.gz) on Redhat Linux 4.2
 > >(Intel), configure reports a warning that Java classes are not found
 > >and it disables Java, much to my chagrin.
 > 
 >   the Amaya and Amaya-Java distribution are now separated,
 > the Amaya standard distribution doesn't ship the Java code
 > anymore. I am planning on making a new release real soon now.
 > It's mainly a matter of doing more documentation.
 >   I was waiting for Biss-AWT to be reintegrated in the Kaffe
 > distribution, but it seem it takes longer than expected.
 >   I guess that the amaya-1.1a source code can still be found
 > on Linux sunsite archives and these should have the java code.

Thanks for the update.

If there is one salient lesson that Linus Torvalds has to offer the
Free Software World, it has to be "release early and often".  Please
don't wait any longer, but release what you have.  And do it again real
soon now. :-)

-pmr
Received on Sunday, 9 November 1997 14:13:53 UTC

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