For this and other reasons there is jgit package which has its jars in
/usr/share/java/jgit and there is also /usr/bin/jgit if one wants to use it as a
replacement for git (there are certain cases when this is mandatory).
I think that this is what you look for.
Red Hat Eclipse team
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ismael Olea" <ismael(a)olea.org>
To: "Discussion list for java related Fedora development"
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2012 6:49:02 PM
Subject: [fedora-java] eclipse plugins in classpath
I'm working on a OmegaT-2.6.0_04_Beta update. It has some new deps
which probably I'll talk about here too. My main concern now is
related to the jgit dependency. The package is included in Fedora
but is not hosted at /usr/share/java but at
My problem is with the launching shell script. As you can see I'm
trying to adhere to the jpackage-utils conventions but I can't find
a way to put the reference to jgit in BASE_JARS and letting
build-classpath find it.
Which could be your recommendations to fix it?
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