Package Details: java-gnome 4.1.3-6

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Package Base: java-gnome
Description: Java bindings to the GNOME platform (including gtk, glib and glade)
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: wonder
Maintainer: tallero
Last Packager: ItachiSan
Votes: 15
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2011-03-16 11:51 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2018-04-05 16:43 (UTC)

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Bobko commented on 2019-03-02 13:37 (UTC)

Added java-gnome-bin package to AUR which doesn't compile source but contains only binaries

yaron commented on 2016-07-16 10:20 (UTC)

No probs, still arch issues, I tried adding set +x to see the failing command but it didn't work, now I'm getting this on the latest manjaro: ==> Starting build()... bad override jdk_home specified doesn't seem to be a Java Development Kit home directory! Failed to complete configuration.

ItachiSan commented on 2016-05-18 19:21 (UTC)

Sorry @yaron for my late reply, but I don't receive emails from AUR comments. Pretty bad. Building with the devtools (install the devtools package and use extra-$ARCH-build) works nicely for me. About manjaro-release, I thing the sed thing works fine. About "jar", it is pretty strange it doesn't work for you. For PlayOnLinux, the error is in the log you wrote and not related to this package. I've also fixed the javadoc thing, using the patch only on Java 8.

yaron commented on 2016-05-11 10:08 (UTC)

I'm looking at this package, I can't blame them for not including Manjaro, this package is pretty old. The major issues are: 1. The ./configure script doesn't look at /etc/manjaro-release so the configuration script breaks. 2. Makefile uses the "jar" command, which cannot be found for some reason (even though I added it in the PATH etc.) I did a partial job on the PKGBUILD and came up with the following solution: 1. Inside the build() function add the following after cd… sed 's@\( -f \"/etc/arch-release\" \)@(\1) \|\| ( -f /etc/manjaro-release )@' configure 2. I'm not really sure about the proper approach regarding the "jar" command, what I did in my case (highly non-production grade) was replacing the jar command with the full binary location (/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk/bin/jar), this way is worked but we may need to find a more robust solution for the java issue. After installing wine works great, PlayOnLinux crashed with the following log message: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalStateException: The file /root/.PlayOnLinux/icones/full_size is not a valid directory at com.playonlinux.filesystem.DirectoryWatcher.validate( at com.playonlinux.filesystem.DirectoryWatcher.<init>( at com.playonlinux.filesystem.DirectoryWatcherFiles.<init>( at com.playonlinux.library.LibraryEntitiesProvider.init( at at at at Not sure it has anything to do with the modifications.

luso58 commented on 2016-02-03 10:24 (UTC)

I use manjaro and I can't install it. I always get this error Identify operating system: unknown! What we really need you to do is to look into this configure program, and tell us what to add. Based on the examples of what is specified for other distributions, you can probably quickly figure out what the appropriate settings are for your platform. Letting us know what changes you had to make here (ie, whatever actions resulted in a .config that allows you to build and test java-gnome, and run the java-gnome demo) we can help others with your operating system take advantage of this program. I have looked to some of the build and config files and it seems to me that it is made to run on major distros, but not manjaro. In the config it has an aption for arch (to later use of pacman) but not for manjaro. And even rewriting it doesn't make it work. Every time when I try to write manjaro to the config file and run 'makepkg' it rewrites it back again. I even tried to rewrite it in the downloaded archive but it rewrites it too. Could you repair it or could someone tell me how to build it manualy without re-extracting original sources, please?

Taijitu commented on 2016-01-07 13:30 (UTC)

I got the build error for doc too. Commenting out the "make doc" and the packaging of the doc allows the software to still be installed.

Feanor12 commented on 2015-12-20 19:23 (UTC) (edited on 2015-12-20 19:23 (UTC) by Feanor12)

I get following the error: ... Select runtime: java Output: - configuration data ok - native library location ok JAVADOC doc/api/*.html javadoc: error - invalid flag: -Xdoclint:none Makefile:87: recipe for target 'doc' failed make: *** [doc] Error 1 ==> ERROR: A failure occurred in build(). Aborting...

melkir commented on 2015-02-26 21:00 (UTC)

Hi, @ruvater It's work with java-8-openjdk but not with jdk8 even if i specify : ./configure jdk=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-jdk So my solution is: yaourt -S jdk8-openjdk archlinux-java set java-8-openjdk/jre ./configure jdk=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk Not very userfriendly...

ruvater commented on 2014-12-23 21:32 (UTC)

@gim It means that you $jdk_home variable has not been set. Here's the fix: 1) Locate your default JDK directory. I'd do it like this: sudo find / -name "javac" -type f And choose default one of them (run archlinux-java to be sure) I got /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk/bin/javac, so /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk is your JDK directory 2) Run configure this way ./configure jdk=YOUR_DIR 3) Profit! ;)

gim commented on 2014-11-24 12:39 (UTC)

Select runtime: failed No usable Java runtime environment was detected. Failed to complete configuration. Also, 'gtkspell3' should be added as dependency. wbiller, could you fix this package already? Or at least orphan it.