[pylucene-dev] building on openSUSE 10.3
vajda at osafoundation.org
Mon Nov 12 14:37:40 PST 2007
On Mon, 12 Nov 2007, Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
> On Montag 12 November 2007, Andi Vajda wrote:
>> On Mon, 12 Nov 2007, Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
>>> I am planning on packaging chandler for openSUSE 10.3. I have taken a
>>> good look at the project since it is similar to my pet project gnumed.
>>> Anyway I hope you can help me with a compilation issue.
>> Well, where did you get openjdk for your system from ?
>> Does it work ?
> I downloaded chandler from svn and followed the instructions
> from http://chandlerproject.org/Developers/BuildingChandlerDesktop
> So as far as I can see the make world command downloaded everything from the
> web and builds it.
> FYI. I am from the GNUmed team. We use python, wxpython , postgresql for a
> medical office /EMR app.
> Technologywise chandler is close and I am looking for a multiplatform
> calendaring app that might serve as patient appointment solution as well as
> maybe so called in-office waiting list for patients.
The openjdk 'source' download is actually a binary download built for Ubuntu
distros (built on Ubuntu Dapper 6.06) because it's quite a job to build it
from sources every time. I have no idea if this build is functional on
openSUSE. If building openjdk from actual sources (start by reading
external/openjdk/README) is not an option for you, then I'd recommend
switching the build to a sane JDK available on openSUSE. You'd need to change
the external/PyLucene/Makefile's JCC_ENV variable to reflect your JDK choice.
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