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[Cp-tools-discuss] gjdoc in Debian now, what about javap and javah ?

From: Grzegorz Prokopski
Subject: [Cp-tools-discuss] gjdoc in Debian now, what about javap and javah ?
Date: 06 Nov 2002 14:55:43 +0100


Just FYI, gjdoc has been uploaded and accepted into Debian unstable
archive. There are two resulting binary packages, one for standard
JVMs (which unfortunatelly doesn't work yet, at least w/ SableVM),
and gjdoc-native, which is proven to work.

It must be said that Mark Howard <address@hidden> has put some work
into this package to get it usable.

There is a javadoc wrapper and javadoc alternative provided.
It is not yet tested how javadoc compatible it is, but I'll
try to get some real-world results.

On my disk I also have prepared a version of cp-tools package
which provides javah and javap tools. It is not uploaded yet

What would you suggest about them? Are they ready to be used?
AFAIR I had to fetch some parts of year or two yers old kawa CVS
to get gnu.bytecode.* parts working with cp-tools.
Probably cp-tools should be updated to use more current
parts of kawa CVS?

Is anyone working on solving it?
Last I asked - it was on somebody's TODO list AFAIR.

On one hand - the package seems ready, but OTOH - it's not.
What should I do?


                                        Grzegorz B. Prokopski

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