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Re: jhandles with debian
Re: jhandles with debian
Wed, 9 Sep 2009 14:28:17 -0700 (PDT)
Hello. If it makes you feel better, I am having the same issue as you. There
is not much information on how to solve it, and I think it should. May be,
jhandles was only destined to work with Windows..? As a matter of fact, I
think that the bottom line goes to installing octave-java. I am running
Jaunty (ubuntu 9.04) 64 bits. From my perspective, this is a REAL issue,
since I can't program any GUI's without jhandles (I have seen it's marked as
whish-list somewhere else). Good luck to all of us
> Hello, again
> ./configure on my debian machine will succeed only if I do:
> export JAVA_HOME="/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-18.104.22.168/"
> These are the last line of the configure out put.
> But like I said before it fails on make .
> __java__.cc: In member function ‘octave_value
> octave_java::do_java_set(JNIEnv*, const std::string&, const
> __java__.cc:1812: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to
> __java__.cc: In static member function ‘static octave_value
> octave_java::do_java_set(JNIEnv*, const std::string&, const std::string&,
> const octave_value&)’:
> __java__.cc:1834: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to
> make: *** [__java__.oct] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory `/home/ozdeb/Desktop/java-1.2.6/src'
> make: *** [build] Error 2
> Are these the header files you mean ?
> Because if so, they are already under java home.
> I even tried copying them to the working directory of java/src/ where make
> is working. But it still fails.
> Any idea ?
> B.T.W the silence about the subject means nobody is using jhandles on
> ? Someone ?
> Thanks, Oz
> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 5:02 PM, Michael Goffioul <
> address@hidden> wrote:
>> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 3:56 PM, Oz Nahum <address@hidden> wrote:
>> >>JDK include directory is not in the standard include path, so it
>> >>seems you have to add it manually, through some environment
>> >>variable. Under MSVC, I use INCLUDE variable.
>> > Ok, could someone translate this to noobs simple language ?
>> > I understand you develop this software under microsoft windows [:-(],
>> > don't understand
>> > what is the include variable. You mean I have to change manually the
>> > configure or make files ?
>> What it means is that the headers provided by JDK are not installed
>> in some standard location, so the compiler cannot find them
>> The configure script expects them in $JAVA_HOME/include. If this is not
>> the case, then you'll have to fix your system, or let the compiler know
>> the non standard location, usually by using some well-known environment
>> variable. Under MSVC, this is achieved through the variable called
>> I don't know the equivalent for GCC, but I guess using CPPFLAGS and the
>> -I compiler flag could do it.
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