javatools 0.40ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu
javatools (0.40ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low * Merge from Debian testing. Remaining changes: - Pre-generate tutorial.html; remove the build dependency on markdown. javatools (0.40) unstable; urgency=low * Fixed a regression jh_build (introduced in 0.38). (Closes: #656872) * Fixed the java architecture for s390x. javatools (0.39) unstable; urgency=low * Corrected java-arch.sh output for armhf, sh4 and powerpcspe. javatools (0.38) unstable; urgency=low * Added missing empty line the in d/control generated by jh_makepkg * Bumped debhelper compat to 8 in packages generated by jh_makepkg * Fixed the "find" expressions in jh_repack to only remove files named "*.jar" or "*.class". Thanks to Andrew Ross for the report. (Closes: #646514) * Fixed a bug where jh_build would generate manifests with lines longer than some jar implementations would allow. Thanks to Giovanni Mascellani for the report. (Closes: #653412) * Fixed a bug where java-propose-classpath would "hide" javax imports. Thanks to Jan Janak for the report and the correction. (Closes: #653731) * Bumped dependency on libarchive-zip-perl due to some issues with the previous version that caused corrupt jar files. For more information, please refer to #654899. Thanks to Wookey for the analysis and for identifying the source of the issue. (Closes: #634089) -- Micah Gersten <email address hidden> Sun, 12 Feb 2012 01:54:43 -0600
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- java-propose-classpath: Helper script to suggest a classpath for jar files
classpath analyzes a set of jar files and the installed
jars on the system to suggest a correct classpath for use with
This package should not be in any build-depends since java-propose-
cannot be run automatically.
- javahelper: No summary available for javahelper in ubuntu quantal.
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