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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 4 Oct 2012
[ 17:32:13 jkim ] Original commit   Revision:305270
classpath java files touched by this commit GNU project to create a free Java class library
- Update ECJ to 3.8.1.

The following changes were made in the previous commit.

- Use ECJ 3.8 instead of 4.2.  This simplifies and add more Eclipse mirrors.
They are actually the same compilers released with different Eclipse JDTs.
- Add an option to build gjdoc.
- Add an option to build with GMP, which enables java.math.BigInteger.
- Add an option to build with native JDK.  When it is turned off, ECJ or GCJ
(when WITH_GCJ is defined) is used for glibj.zip.  Note ECJ (with gij) and
GCJ can compile classpath perfectly fine on FreeBSD 9 and later but it seems
libgcj interacts badly with 7 and 8.  Need more investigation.
- Reduce unnecessary dependencies.  zip is not used when "--with-jar" is
specified.  Use pre-built ANTLR jar file, which is only used for gjdoc.
Remove JDK run-time dependency because it is only necessary to execute tools
and these tools are actually wrappers.  Now we just execute them with javavm
wrapper (or user-specified VM when JAVACMD environment variable is set).
Note you need a valid JVM to run these commands now.
- Add a patch to fix an ugly JAR updater bug.  Without this, the file name
must include "/" in it, e.g., "gjar i ./glibj.zip".

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