Package Base Details: java7-openjdk

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Keywords: infinality java jdk jre
Submitter: trollixx
Maintainer: trollixx
Last Packager: trollixx
Votes: 27
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2014-07-22 00:55
Last Updated: 2018-04-13 22:32

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galaux commented on 2014-10-05 12:17

FYI, chances are current package "java-common" will be split due to

chrbayer commented on 2014-09-16 09:22

After some further testing I uploaded the patched version for OpenJDK 8u20. Please test :-)

chrbayer commented on 2014-09-16 09:21

chrbayer commented on 2014-09-14 17:44

I succeeded in building v8 with the infinality patch enabled.
@Rhinoceros: I will send you the package for testing and review, if it looks fine to you, I can submit the package!

Bersam commented on 2014-09-14 13:28

I think OpenSuse Build Service (OBS) works for Archlinux packages too, It would be great to build these packages and create a repository for this package.

Rhinoceros commented on 2014-09-14 12:58

@chrbayer Excellent! Please feel free to shoot me an email if you need any help and/or to check the PKGBUILD. Thanks for doing this.

chrbayer commented on 2014-09-14 12:56

Thanks for the advice, I already comared both packages ;-) And I will definitly base it upon the vanilla v8 :-) I try to get it up an running this weekend.

Rhinoceros commented on 2014-09-14 12:41

@chrbayer Great! If I were you, I'd base it on the vanilla v8. Have a look at the PKGBUILD for this package (jre7-openjdk-headless-infinality et al.) and compare it to the vanilla jre7-openjdk. You should be able to make similar modifications to your package. Apart from that, the build process is pretty straightforward.

chrbayer commented on 2014-09-14 12:32

It should not be to complicated, and if more people are testing, this would really not a bad idea! I than have to read the wiki how to make an AUR package :-)

Rhinoceros commented on 2014-09-14 12:12

@chrbayer I'd definitely be keen. I imagine that most v7 users would be keen to at least test v8, even if they eventually move back. How complicated is it? An AUR package is definitely preferred in terms of ease of installation.