Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 490355
Review Request: emacs-jde - Emacs module for java develop
Last modified: 2009-10-12 06:57:10 EDT
Spec URL: http://dev.sgu.ru/b/SPECS/emacs-jde.spec
SRPM URL: http://dev.sgu.ru/b/SRPMS/emacs-jde-22.214.171.124-1.fc10.src.rpm
Description: JDEE, an add-on software package that turns Emacs into a comprehensive system for creating, editing, debugging, and documenting Java applications.
emacs-cedet -- https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=490352#c0
emacs-elib -- https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=490354#c0
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Are these your first pacakges for Fedora? I can't do a meaningful search for "Dan" in the account system.
(In reply to comment #1)
> You can set the ticket dependency fields to make sure that reviewers see the
> tickets in order.
> Are these your first pacakges for Fedora? I can't do a meaningful search for
> "Dan" in the account system.
Thanks for hints.
Yes, it's my first packages for Fedora. I changed real name, hope it will be unique.
The ChangeLog for the xemacs-packages-extra RPM has this entry:
* Fri Mar 03 2006 Ville Skyttä <ville.skytta at iki.fi> - 20051208-2
- Drop JDE; the full source for jde.jar doesn't seem to be available
and even the included parts won't build with gcj eg. due to use of
com.sun.* things. Additionally it requires third party jars which are
not currently available in Fedora Core or Extras. So let's not inflict
a crippled version of JDE on anyone; JDE users can install the upstream
jde package using XEmacs package tools. (#180941)
How much of that is true for this package?
This is a package for emacs and in emacs pattern, this package is absolutely all-sufficient and does not requires any special jars for correct work. Only preinstalled jre (sun or another, it does not matter). I don't know how JDE work in xemacs.
sorry but this srpm is rather ugly. I will recreate it according with /Packaging/Emacs#GNU_Emacs guidelines. I can't do it immediately, but i'll try to fix all problems in the near future.
With respect to comment #3, please note that Ville's comments are absolutely correct for this package as well. In the source distribution's java/lib directory are some jars with no corresponding sources: bsh.jar (which appears to include some classes from objectweb-asm), checkstyle.jar (which includes some classes from antlr, several jakarta-commons packages, and something from puppycrawl.com), and junit.jar. Also try "grep -RF com.sun java/src". In addition, the complaint that some source files are missing is absolutely valid. Note that java/src/jde.jar contains "jde/debugger/gui/ThreadDisplay.class". Where's the source file for that?
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