On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Hugo Garcia wrote:
> I have SuSE 9.2 and I agree with you that it seems that no other
> distro comes with it which would surprise me a lot. I know you can get
> an RPM or the equivalent for it. One to thing note for us SuSE users
> is to check the version of Subversion that we have installed is the
> same as the one you downloaded. I personally couldn't find the java
> stuff compiled and opted to repalce the javahl with the java version
> of it (bugs and all) just because it was fast and all I need to do is
> co and ci. The rest of the subversion struff I do from command line.
There are SuSe RPMs for javahl and other bindings. Here's a mirror:
The problem, according to systems staff here, is that if you install
these, you can't use the automatic upgrade features of SuSe to keep your
packages up-to-date. They're loathe to leave the path of standard
packages. I think the right long-term solution is to have the SuSe folks
include javahl as part of the base packages.
Received on Wed Feb 2 02:55:33 2005