[Libreoffice] Autogen.sh pb with junit
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Sun Apr 3 06:22:45 PDT 2011
Le 04/04/2011 15:14, Jonathan Aquilina a écrit :
> On 03/04/2011 15:07, Julien Nabet wrote:
>> Le 04/04/2011 15:00, Jonathan Aquilina a écrit :
>>> On 03/04/2011 14:57, Julien wrote:
>>>> Maybe, we can help. Could you tell us more about your config ?
>>>> What's the result of this command ?
>>>> which java
>>> i usually pass --without-junit switch which it tells us we can pass
>>> and dont even compile the unit tests. As i mentioned before, is
>>> there somethign we can do as well as work across all platforms which
>>> can check what version of the jdk is installed as well as
>>> automatically find its location.
>> Sorry, when i talked about your config, I meant Linux (which disto),
>> Windows, Mac ?
>> I'm on a Debian testing and here is some commands and their result :
>> maryline at maryline:~$ which java
>> maryline at maryline:~$ ls -l /usr/bin/java
>> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 18 déc. 19:19 /usr/bin/java ->
>> maryline at maryline:~$ ls -l /etc/alternatives/java
>> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 40 18 déc. 19:19 /etc/alternatives/java ->
>> and it's the same for javac.
>> I'm on LO Irc if you want to discuss about it (#julien_)
> I am running ubuntu 10.10 64bit. I have the jdk and jre installed,
> openjdk as i use them for java development. probably same version you
> are running as ubuntu usually syncs from the upstream debian repos.
Ok. I'm on 32bits but i don't think it's the pb. I understood you had
official jdk and jre + openjdk. What's the result for you of the
commands I quoted in previous message ?
PS : again, it could be useful to keep on this conversation in LO IRC.
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