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non port: java/jdk15/files/patch-j2se-bin-java_md.c

Number of commits found: 2

Tue, 20 Sep 2005
[ 20:00 glewis search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit  (Only the first 10 of 19 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
. Update to patchset 2:
  . Many patches are now unnecessary as they are included in the new
  . The browser plugin and Java Web Start is enabled on i386 (there are
    64 bit issues with both the plugin and Mozilla/Firefox which prevent
    enabling it on amd64).
. Update the amount of disk space needed.
. Update the status of the port.
. Disable building the shared class data archive.  This broke the build
  on amd64 and appears to also be problematic on some i386 versions
  (4.11 is broken at least).  It will reappear in future, probably
  initially on a limited set of FreeBSD versions and architectures
  (6.0/i386 is reported to work).

Reviewed by:    freebsd-java@
Approved by:    maintainer timeout (1 week)
Thu, 12 May 2005
[ 04:12 glewis search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
. Using dladdr(3) to determine the path to the current executable, and
  hence the path for the shared libraries doesn't always work on FreeBSD.
  It definitely fails on FreeBSD 4.11 and FreeBSD 6-CURRENT under the
  tested environments.  In fact, the dladdr(3) man page even warns of
  these problems.  While there is work under way to fix this, it isn't
  available yet.

  Given that situation, switch to trying /proc/curproc/file, which is
  similar to what Linux does, and if that fails, drop back to checking
  argv[0] and iterating through $PATH as in jdk 1.4.  Both these methods
  work correctly in testing.

Reported by:    das
Reviewed by:    maintainer timeout

Number of commits found: 2