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Re: Building subclipse on Linux

From: lamikr_mdk <lamikr_mdk_at_aragorn.kortex.jyu.fi>
Date: 2003-09-26 22:28:45 CEST

I have submitted the nevest version of the javahl patch in the
subversion issue 1501. I have verified with clean subversion trunk
that patch works for me and builds javahl correctly.

Nice to hear that patches are getting in!


Cédric Chabanois wrote:
> Hi all !
> I can not answer these questions for now...
> I will try to review the patches from McClain Looney this week-end.
> I am currently including another patch from Philip Schatz that will
> allow to use both javahl bindings and svn command line.
> I also have to see your patch for javahl and the one from Daniel Rall. I
> am not a commiter yet on javahl though.
> This is great that so many people be interested by subclipse and want to
> help.
> Cédric
>> I see that some patched for the Linux support has been sent.
>> I would like to build subclipse under Linux and I have some questions.
>> (I have already been able to build javahl which may really be the
>> hardest part due to weird configure issues -:(
>> 1) Can I just take the newest subclipse sources (ie no anything
>> special branch)
>> 2) Do I need to use Eclipse M3 or will 2.1 work as well?
>> 3) Are there some tweaking I need still to do for the configure files
>> or code files before I can start?
>> Mika
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Received on Sat Sep 27 06:28:45 2003

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