On 18.02.2014 23:16, Timo Aaltonen wrote: > On 28.01.2014 15:24, Gergely Nagy wrote: >> On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 3:17 PM, Timo Aaltonen <tjaal...@ubuntu.com> wrote: >>> On 22.01.2014 15:56, Timo Aaltonen wrote: >>>> On 22.01.2014 15:21, Timo Aaltonen wrote: >>>>> On 21.01.2014 14:44, Gergely Nagy wrote: >>>>> >>>>>> - There are a couple of files in the source that have comments like: >>>>>> /* this file is generated by RelaxNGCC */ >>>>>> >>>>>> Are these files rebuildable? (Sadly, my Java build system knowledge >>>>>> is not enough to determine this on my own) >>>>> >>>>> Not sure, no idea where they were generated from.. I'll see if they are >>>>> needed at all. >>>> >>>> I could remove all of them without any issues, so best to recreate the >>>> tarball and push to NEW again, with all the fixes. >>> >>> scratch that, removing those trims the resulting .jar too and breaks at >>> least JAXB build.. >> >> Well, we need all files to be rebuildable, all generated files need >> their source, and we need at least documentation on how to rebuild >> them, even if they aren't rebuilt on every build. I'm afraid I'll have >> to reject the package in the current state, until this issue is >> solved. (The other things would be fine in a -2 version, but not this >> one). > > We have a bootstrapping issue with this.. upstream CVS repo ships with > 'lib/bootstrap-relaxngcc.jar' which is used to generate the files for > the parser. And since the source tarball can't include that relaxngcc > has no way to enter Debian? > > Fedora doesn't seem to care, they used to have a version where it used > the embedded jar file, but the one that entered the archive used the > same build system as our original upload..
sending to debian-java too in case someone has ideas.. this is a blocker for xsom -> fastinfoset -> jaxb -> RESTEasy -> Dogtag 10 -> FreeIPA :/ -- t __ This is the maintainer address of Debian's Java team <http://lists.alioth.debian.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/pkg-java-maintainers>. Please use debian-j...@lists.debian.org for discussions and questions.