No GCJ, only Sun Java5: how??
Ringo De Smet
ringods at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jan 11 07:31:01 UTC 2007
--- Derek Broughton <news at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> So do the install - let it install gcj. Then remove gcj. I'm saying
> it's _not_ tomcat that's insisting. There is a working tomcat5 on my
> system, and no gcj (or kaffe, or classpath)
If I install gcj together with Tomcat, when I remove gcj afterwards, Tomcat
is gone too, since you removed its dependency.
You say that it is not Tomcat that is insisting. I think it is. If I select
Tomcat 5.5, a set of GCJ/GIJ related packages need to be installed. I don't
see any other package in between that would insist...
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