[Libreoffice] Free JRE for Windows?
luuk34 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 12 02:46:37 PST 2011
On 12-03-2011 10:26, Francois Tigeot wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 09:53:07AM +0100, Luuk wrote:
>> On 11-03-2011 18:37, Osama Khalid wrote:
>>> I tried to find a binary build for the Java Runtime Environment for
>>> Windows so I can distribute and install it freely but I couldn't.
>>> Several components of LibreOffice depend on JRE and I encounter many
>>> warning message boxes on start up without it, so I it's important to
>>> make sure that a free version exists.
>> "Can I distribute the Java Runtime Environment with my software on a CD?"
> At the bare minimum, section 8 "EXPORT REGULATIONS." is a deal breaker.
>> But maybe its a better idea to give some explanation to the user about
>> what JAVA does, and what its needed for , and provide above link?
> For the rest, I believe Java is still needed for some wizards and Base.
> I can't be 100% sure, these are not parts of LO I'm familiar with.
If its only 'some wizards', then i would like to know which wizards,
And for Base, who is using that? I dont think it gets the full attention
it deserves, but i did not have a look at it meself...... ;)
i wonder how manu active users Base has.... (someone should start a poll
about it ;)
So, if user does not use wizards and/or Base, the question is if JRE
should be included in the install....
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