Subject: Re: native JDK for NetBSD??
To: None <>
From: Bruce Chiarelli <>
List: netbsd-java
Date: 01/29/2005 16:19:55
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On Saturday 29 January 2005 02:30 pm, Roman Kennke wrote:
> Hi there,
> I read that the native JDK for FreeBSD now supports NetBSD as well. It
> is not in the pkgsrc tree though. Is this going to happen anytime soon?
> I must admit that I haven't tried to compile it manually, I thought I
> would ask first, maybe somebody is working on it...?
> The reason I ask is, I try to get NetBeans to work with NetBSD, but I
> have no luck with the Sun-JDK in Linux emulation. It starts up, but then
> makes lots of problems with accessing files. See my postings in
> netbsd-help if interested in the details. I think a NetBSD native JDK
> would help solve these issues.
> /Roman

There is a native JDK in pkgsrc-wip. I built it in a few hours, and it work=
quite well. (I ran eclipse in it w/GTK2 bindings and it worked fine...and i=
was MUCH faster).

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