Assuming that foo1(/usr/foo1/foo1.so /usr/foo1/foo1.jar) and foo2(/usr/foo2/foo2.so
/usr/foo2/foo2.jar) are arch-dependent packages, bar1(/use/share/java/bar1.jar) is noarch
package, foo2 and bar1 depends on foo1, Is there some examples for how to hack foo2 and
bar1 to meet the java package guideline?
在2010-02-28 02:51:39，"Ville Skyttä" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 写道：
On Saturday 27 February 2010, Chen Lei wrote:
> I realized from
> ideline that if you are depending on a JNI-using JAR file, you'll need to
> add it manually -- build-classpath will not find it. Does this mean that
> I can add the JNI-using JAR file to the class-path in MANIFEST.MF?
No. Among other usual problems with manifest classpaths, that would make your
jar arch dependent and it could no longer be installed in /usr/share/java
which would then cascade into packages that use your jar.
What you should look into doing is finding out whether the "java" to be
invoked is a 64-bit or 32-bit one, and add /usr/lib64/some/thing.jar or
/usr/lib/some/thing.jar accordingly as appropriate to your classpath. I'm not
sure if there are any helpers available for doing that.
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