On 7/22/07, Blair Zajac <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Jul 22, 2007, at 6:53 AM, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > A Subclipse colleague sent me this link:
> > http://www.itee.uq.edu.au/~daniel/using_origin/
> > A problem we have been trying to solve forever with Subclipse is a way
> > that we could distribute JavaHL to Linux and Mac users as part of
> > Subclipse. Eclipse gives us a way to physically ship the bits, and it
> > even does some magic so that when we load the library from Java it is
> > found. However, that is where the magic ends. When the library is
> > loaded, it loads all of its dependencies using the normal library
> > loading rules of the OS.
> > If we ship JavaHL and the Subversion libraries with Subclipse, they
> > are all going to be located in some random folder in the filesystem.
> > We do not have any way to install these into some system location like
> > /usr/lib (nor would we likely want to).
> > The above link appears to describe a way to build a library so that at
> > runtime it will try to load its dependencies from the same location
> > where it is located. In theory, this sounds like what we want with
> > Subclipse. We can successfully find and ask the JavaHL library to
> > load. If we could build everything so that it then looked in that
> > same location to load everything else, it could work.
> > So here are my questions for you build gurus:
> > 1. Have you ever heard of this $ORIGIN token before or ever seen it
> > used?
> No, I've never heard of it.
> Is this Linux specific? Does it support Solaris, or other non-Linux
> Unix OSes? Do you care to support them?
The information I saw said it was Linux and Solaris.
My guess would be that 99.5% of Eclipse users are running Windows, OSX
or Linux, so those are the platforms we care most about. We already
have a solution on Windows.
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Received on Mon Jul 23 14:12:38 2007