RE: Compiled FOP versions

2005-11-21 Thread Blake Kadatz
might even save money *and* get Java support included. Blake -Original Message- From: Manuel Strehl [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2005 11:40 AM To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org Subject: Re: Compiled FOP versions Hi again. Thanks for the reply. My provider's

Re: Compiled FOP versions

2005-11-17 Thread Manuel Strehl
Hi again. Thanks for the reply. My provider's got PHP and Perl running. But I only have 200MB of webspace and am not allowed to install things that need root rights. I also looked up the JSE package at sun.com, and the complete pack is ~150MB. Only the core files still need 100MB. That's a bit

Re: Compiled FOP versions

2005-11-16 Thread Jeremias Maerki
You're pretty much out of luck at the moment. It is on my list to make FOP compile with GCJ/Classpath but so far I've had no time to go after it. At the moment a JVM is simply required. What you can try, though, is install a JVM for that machine yourself. But you have to figure out yourself if

Re: Compiled FOP versions

2005-11-16 Thread Glen Mazza
Without servlets and JSPs, what will your provider allow you use to execute programs on the server--ASP, PHP, or cgi? A pure HTTP server will not be able to activate programs, regardless of what you can compile FOP into. Is the provider using IIS or Apache as the web server? My thinking,