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Re: How to use subclipse in Linux?

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2004-01-27 20:34:40 CET

On Tuesday 27 January 2004 01:12 pm, Aaron Optimizer Digulla wrote:
> In the end, when you want to support javahl, you must either supply a
> working DLL for all platforms on which you can have eclipse (that's seven,
> when I last looked: Windows, Linux, Solaris, QNX, AIX, HP-UX and MacOSX)
> *or* you must state that subclipse is Windows only. As it is currently,
> it's very irritating because you say that you support Linux but in fact,
> you don't (The current state of the Linux version basically says "Windows
> only" despite your efforts).

so i take it you are volunteering your time to maintain the *nix versions,
either the cli or javahl (your choice)? Alternately, you can go ahead and
implement your own pure java client and save us a bunch of hassles.

While I completely agree both the swig and javahl bindings approach
abandonware status, carping about the state either is completely useless, and
in fact, pisses off the very people who are laying this golden egg for you
(we aren't even responsible for javahl anyway).

I regularly use the linux and osX version. It works well enough for me despite
some hiccups. if it doesn't work well enough for you, fix it.


McClain Looney
LoonSoft LLC
Received on Wed Jan 28 06:34:40 2004

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