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It seems that mk/java-vm.mk is the means of determining which java
version to install for packages the have dependencies on java. While
pkgsrc does have a sun-jdk15 package that can be installed on a Linux
x86_64 machine, there is no indication of such in the definition of
_ONLY_FOR_PLATFORMS.sun-jdk15 in java-vm.mk. Consequently, I am
finding that packages requiring that dependency are reporting that no
suitable VM exists. The following patch fixes that immediate problem.
--- java-vm.mk.orig 2008-03-25 07:41:44.000000000 -0600
+++ java-vm.mk 2008-09-30 11:52:26.411110000 -0600
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@
- Linux-*-i[3-6]86 \
+ Linux-*-i[3-6]86 Linux-*-x86_64 \
However, I am not really sure if this is appropriate and correct. I
am also not sure if the obvious additions for the other
_ONLY_FOR_PLATFORM.* variables are appropriate.
Is this the correct thing to be doing?
Thanks for your help.
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