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jh_generateorbitdir - Creates and populates an orbit dir used by pde-build for third-party jar files.
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jh_generateorbitdir is a javahelper program that handles creation
of an orbit dependency dir. This directory has to be populated with
non-eclipse jar files. However, eclipse refers to these jars by
their ``symbolic name''. jh_generateorbitdir can extract this name
from the jar's manifest (provided it has the OSGi metadata) and
create a symlink to it.
jh_generateorbitdir will replace regular files with symlinks
if they are present in the orbit dir and clash with the name
of one of the orbit jars. If an orbit jar name clashes with a
symlink in the orbit dir, then jh_generateorbitdir will assume
that the given jar has already been symlinked correctly. In
this case the jar file is still recorded in the cache (see below).
jh_generateorbitdir will also check the default installation for
jar files on Debian systems (at the time of writing /usr/share/java),
if it cannot find the jar in the current dir.
Jar files replaced by jh_generateorbitdir will be recorded so that
jh_installeclipse can replace with symlinks them post install.
List of orbit dependencies - one per line. This can be used as an
alternative to passing it per command line.
Specifies the directory from where the orbit-dir is or should be
created. Defauls to ``debian/.eclipse_build/orbitdeps''.
jh_generateorbitdir --orbit-dir orbit asm3 oro
Will generate a folder called orbit with two symlinks based on asm3 and
oro's symbolic name.
This program is a part of javahelper and uses debhelper as backend. There are
also tutorials in /usr/share/doc/javahelper.
Niels Thykier <firstname.lastname@example.org
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2010 by Niels Thykier
This tool is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of GNU GPL 2.
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