Mikhail Teterin wrote: > > And the base system does not NEED a java compiler. > > Alright. But a FreeBSD installation -- might.
This bears on the fundamental problem of using the install tools that come with external source code in order to do installs. Probably, it should be built by a make world, but not installed by a make installworld, so that the install was optional. In the binary installation case, it should probably be a package, instead of part of one big lump, and it should be seperately installable. Per my previous posting: compilers not installed over top of the system compilers screw up in a number of ways due to .mk file bugs. -- Terry To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message