On 08/19/2012 09:11 AM, Jakub Adam wrote:
> reassign 685298 libtomcat7-java
> retitle 685298 Impossible to simultaneously install libtomcat7-java and
> libtomcat6-java
> thanks
> Hi,
> eclipse-platform-data depends on libtomcat7-java that conflicts with
> libtomcat6-java.
> I don't know if it's possible to let both install simultaneously, but this
> definitely isn't Eclipse bug -> reassigning to libtomcat7-java.
> Tony, you are the one who introduced Conflicts: libtomcat6-java into
> d/control [1].
> Is there any possibility how to have both Tomcats installed?

Hi Sergey, hi Jakub:

Currently it's not possible to install the tomcat6 and tomcat7 packages
on the same system (without using a chroot or something like that).  The
reason for the Conflicts is that libtomcat6-java and libtomcat7-java
ship unversioned symlinks for a number of the tomcat JARs in /usj.

From libtomcat6-java:

annotations-api.jar -> annotations-api-6.0.35.jar
catalina-ant.jar -> catalina-ant-6.0.35.jar
catalina-ha.jar -> catalina-ha-6.0.35.jar
catalina.jar -> catalina-6.0.35.jar
catalina-jmx-remote.jar -> catalina-jmx-remote-6.0.35.jar
catalina-tribes.jar -> catalina-tribes-6.0.35.jar
jasper-el.jar -> jasper-el-6.0.35.jar
jasper.jar -> jasper-6.0.35.jar
tomcat-coyote.jar -> tomcat-coyote-6.0.35.jar
tomcat-i18n-es.jar -> tomcat-i18n-es-6.0.35.jar
tomcat-i18n-fr.jar -> tomcat-i18n-fr-6.0.35.jar
tomcat-i18n-ja.jar -> tomcat-i18n-ja-6.0.35.jar
tomcat-juli.jar -> tomcat-juli-6.0.35.jar

From libtomcat7-java:

catalina-ant.jar -> catalina-ant-7.0.28.jar
catalina-tribes.jar -> catalina-tribes-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-annotations-api.jar -> tomcat-annotations-api-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-api.jar -> tomcat-api-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-catalina-ha.jar -> tomcat-catalina-ha-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-catalina.jar -> tomcat-catalina-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-coyote.jar -> tomcat-coyote-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-i18n-es.jar -> tomcat-i18n-es-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-i18n-fr.jar -> tomcat-i18n-fr-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-i18n-ja.jar -> tomcat-i18n-ja-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-jasper-el.jar -> tomcat-jasper-el-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-jasper.jar -> tomcat-jasper-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-juli.jar -> tomcat-juli-7.0.28.jar
tomcat-util.jar -> tomcat-util-7.0.28.jar

As you can see, a number of the JARs share the same name.  If using
tomcat7 is not an option, I think the easiest way to do development for
tomcat6 with Debian's eclipse-jdk package would be to use a binary
distribution directly from Apache.

Sorry I can't be of more help.

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