Hey Chris

After reading your last comments, I decided to bypass the problem
differently. Without changing FindJNI.cmake. I generate the JAVA_HOME
variable with a bash script and set it before searching the JNI stuff.
Here is the code:


1       === modified file 'runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/CMakeLists.txt'
2       --- runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/CMakeLists.txt       2012-05-22 
09:45:57 +0000
3       +++ runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/CMakeLists.txt       2012-06-13 
13:23:06 +0000
4       @@ -23,6 +23,18 @@
5          MESSAGE(STATUS "")
6          MESSAGE(STATUS "--- Module:   util-jvm    ---")
7        
8       +  # 28msec special
9       +  IF (UNIX AND NOT APPLE)                                              
                                                                                
10      +    EXECUTE_PROCESS(
11      +      COMMAND ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/generate-java-home.sh 
12      +      OUTPUT_VARIABLE _JAVA_HOME
13      +      RESULT_VARIABLE RES)
14      +    IF (RES EQUAL 0)
15      +      MESSAGE(STATUS "GENERATED JAVA_HOME: " ${_JAVA_HOME})
16      +      set(ENV{JAVA_HOME} ${_JAVA_HOME})                                
                                                            
17      +    ENDIF()
18      +  ENDIF()
19      +
20         MESSAGE (STATUS "Looking for JNI")
21         FIND_PACKAGE(JNI)
22       
23      
24      === added file 'runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/generate-java-home.sh'
25      --- runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/generate-java-home.sh        
1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000
26      +++ runtime/zorba_modules/util-jvm/generate-java-home.sh        
2012-06-13 13:23:06 +0000
27      @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
28      +WHICH_JAVA=$(which java)
29      +RESULT_CODE=$?
30      +echo -n $(cd $(dirname $(readlink -f $WHICH_JAVA))/../..; pwd)
31      +exit $RESULT_CODE

I like it much more then the other solution. Setting JAVA_HOME is a much
better idea.

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Title:
  on ubuntu 12.04, Java and/or JNI not found

Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Hey Chris

  Java and/or JNI is not found on ubuntu 12.04. Therefore, fop doesn't
  work. I think the paths to java stuff changed on ubuntu 12.04. Maybe,
  cmake 2.8.8 is handle those changes. cmake 2.8.7 is not.

  David

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