On Wed, Mar 08, 2017 at 05:04:19PM +0100, Martin Quinson wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> so the package is completely unusable, right ? It is merely a
> placeholder to make the Gradle android plugin compile, isn't it?
> 
> If so, I am wondering whether this should be a bug of gravity "grave":
> "makes the package in question unusable or mostly so, [...]"
> 
> What would be needed to actually build the agent?

Hi,

Although the Debian package doesn't provide everything found in the
upstream jacoco distribution, that doesn't mean that it is unusable.  As
Kai-Chung Yan mentioned, it is being used as a build dependency:

$ reverse-depends -b libjacoco-java
Reverse-Build-Depends
=====================
* android-platform-tools-base

And as a runtime dependency:

$ reverse-depends libjacoco-java
Reverse-Depends
===============
* libgradle-android-plugin-java

Therefore, I don't believe the severity of the bug should be increased.
Instead, I think it should be a wishlist bug against src:jacoco to
deliver the additional component(s).  Identifying the necessary reverse
dependencies needed to compile additional jacoco artifacts and filing
wishlist bugs for those packages is also helpful.

Cheers,
tony

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