Subject: Re: Making a NetBSD port of Wonka
To: ep71 <>
From: Lubomir Sedlacik <>
List: netbsd-advocacy
Date: 05/16/2002 23:35:16
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On Thu, May 16, 2002 at 10:38:31PM +0100, ep71 wrote:
> Wonka (not to be confused with wonko) is a clean-room implemenation of
> Java, under a BSD licence, which currently runs on X86 and ARM processors
> under GNU/Linux or eCos.  How do I know that?  Because I run the project,
> that's how. ;>
> I'm one of those people who use Linux at work because that's what the
> company IP dept supports, and BSD (Net & Free) at home.  I'd really like
> to see Wonka in the NetBSD ports collection, but I'd appreciate a bit of
> assistance both with de-linuxifying Wonka and with making the package
> itself.  Any volunteers?

i think the appropriate place for such discussion would be, please move this thread there. thank you.

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