I think you're correct, although at this point I'm not really sure either. For
what it's worth, ZORBA_FIND_JNI() doesn't actually do the finding of JNI; it
sets up JAVA_HOME in some magic way, and then just calls FIND_PACKAGE(JNI)
anyway. So it depends on FindJNI.cmake existing somewhere. But FindJNI.cmake
comes with CMake (at least recent versions), so I don't think we need to
package it anywhere ourselves anymore. (Unless we have local hacks to it, which
It would probably make sense for ZORBA_FIND_JNI() to also find Java, but one
thing at a time. Let's see if this change goes in as it stands...
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