Java problem when running CppunitTest_dbaccess_dialog_save on OS X 10.10 with Oracle JDK 1.8

Robert Antoni Buj i Gelonch robert.buj at
Tue Oct 21 01:21:59 PDT 2014

Oracle doesn’t bundle /Library/Internet
it comes with /Library/Internet

I've upload the patch



On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 4:12 PM, Tor Lillqvist <tml at> wrote:

> (Forwarding to the development list.)
> On 20 October 2014 16:39, Robert Antoni Buj i Gelonch <
> robert.buj at> wrote:
>> Xcode doesn't include the java framework.
>> jvmfwk/plugins/sunmajor/pluginlib/otherjre.cxx:
>> "/../../../../../Frameworks/*JavaVM*.framework/*JavaVM*"  //as of
>> 1.6.0_22
> You mean that that line used to end up referring to something that came
> with an Xcode installation, but was otherwise not present? I do have
> a /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework. Probably that is what the
> above entry was supposed to point to, but as the location of the java
> binary changed at some point, that relative path does not work any longer?
> Maybe using a relative path here is pointless even? This code is
> over-complicated, patches to simplify it are more than welcome;)
> > We also have the tool "/usr/libexec/java_home" and work with the output
> of "/usr/libexec/java_home -V" or something similar.
> Yep. It is used in to set up a JAVA_HOME environment
> variable for *build-time* use. Whether that is strictly necessary or not, I
> have no idea. (IMHO it might be cleaner if at build-time the same automated
> mechanism was used to find the JVM to use as at LibreOffice run-time.)
> --tml
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