Tue Nov 25 17:12:00 GMT 2003
Samuel Michael Fredland writes:
> Thanks for the info. I'm still confused on a couple of things.
> >Your command tells gcj where to find xerces for the purpose of
> >resolving class/method/field declarations, but does not actually link the
> >xerces classes. Because you have other classes depending on these, you
> >get errors at link time.
> So for resolving declarations I use the -I flag.
> >Along with this you need a corresponding -l flag to link the compiled
> And to find natively compiled libraries I use the -l flag.
> >You could compile xerces etc. yourself, but to save some effort I suggest
> >the RHUG project that includes gcj-buildable sources for many jakarta and
> >other open source Java packages: http://sources.redhat.com/rhug
> This site seems to just point to other sites which don't appear to
> mention anything about gcj (I haven't looked at all of them).
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