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Re: Context menus don't work in 0.9.23

From: Andrew Kappen <akappen_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-12-15 17:02:44 CET

The JavaHL bindings are not included in the debian subversion package. I found a bug report at
debian asking that the JavaHL bindings be included, and the maintainer seemed open to it with one
catch: he/she wanted to know if JavaHL bindings could be built using only free software. . . if
this is possible it seems like a slam dunk.


Hope that helps a bit!
--Andy K.

--- Chris Beck <cbeck@gene.concordia.ca> wrote:

> It is whispered that Bill Wohler was heard, on or about 12/14/04 02:35 to say:
> > Is javaHL in its own Slackware package, or is it rolled up with
> > something else? I don't seem to be able to find it in Debian.
> It should (I believe) normally be included with the subversion install, but it isn't part of the
> ./configure,make,install routine, you need to compile it separately like the swig bindings so
> some packagers might not include it. I have 0 experience with debian, perhaps contacting the
> maintainer would bear fruit.
> Cheers,
> Chris
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