Openmoko's OpenEmbedded repository. This is used to build the Openmoko distribution: Changes to 'org.openmoko.asu.stable'

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Fri May 30 09:29:08 CEST 2008

 conf/distro/include/ |    2 --
 packages/classpath/      |    3 ---
 2 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

New commits:
commit 19bc8ac5257f8eeaa31f6cfb2c46ea749570c0cc
Author: John Lee <john_lee at>
Date:   Fri May 30 15:18:47 2008 +0800

    preferred-om-2008-versions: modify the classpath rev to more sensible

commit dd5dd50b133707416e8e63a27659c4e613883ccf
Author: John Lee <john_lee at>
Date:   Fri May 30 12:13:11 2008 +0800

    from openembedded.devel mailing list, Robert Schuster:
    I would like this commit to be reverted. While it may look logical to
    go from one below 1.0 release to another something important changed
    in classpath in that release and makes bootstrapping far more
    The problem is that from 0.97 onwards, a classpath build needs a
    working javah tool. this program is a header generator which creates C
    header files from compiled Java classes. Such a javah program is
    provided by the classpath tools but needs a working runtime and class
    library first.
    Earlier classpath releases had pre-generated header files and needed
    no javah program.
    There are multiple ways to fix this issue. One way would involve
    upstream allowing the just built javah application being run with a
    provided java executable. This would be less pain for us and would
    also benefit other cross compilation efforts.
    Revert "classpath: update preferred versions to 0.97.1."
    This reverts commit 9b51f084cd59781afbc160dcf9f8df719a0ef75c.

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