icedtea6-1.9.3 Build Problem: NoClassDefFoundError: org.apache.xerces.dom.DeferredDocumentImpl
Dr Andrew John Hughes
ahughes at redhat.com
Thu Dec 9 07:09:00 PST 2010
On 10:37 Thu 09 Dec , Pavel Tisnovsky wrote:
> Dr Andrew John Hughes wrote:
> > On 18:07 Tue 07 Dec , Andrew Haley wrote:
> >> On 12/07/2010 05:57 PM, tjoen wrote:
> >>> On Mon, 2010-12-06 at 18:13 -0600, DJ Lucas wrote:
> >>>> Please try the installation instructions I currently have in the BLFS
> >>>> book prior to asking for support.
> >>>> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/svn/general/icedtea6.html
> >>> Thanks for your tip.
> >>> Building succeeds now by replacing self compiled xerces by the -bin
> >> It would be nice if we could get this stuff in IcedTea. IcedTea already
> >> has a bunch of patches, and adding BLFS patches on top of IcedTea patches
> >> doesn't sound like a recipe for long-term happiness.
> > They are in IcedTea, bar the cacerts one. This needs more
> > work/testing to be in a state to be used by everyone. Most distros
> > are handling this locally and we need a solution for all if one is to
> > go in IcedTea.
> > I believe Pavel was working on one, but he hasn't responded on it recently.
> Yeah I'm slowly working on this. It's quite easy to generate cacerts on
> all distros using simple BASH script and keytool (taken from recently
> build OpenJDK), but the main problem is that every distro has a set of
> certificates located somewhere else and I'm not excited about creating
> some sort of big switch in Makefile ;-)
It shouldn't be a big switch in the Makefile, but handled by configure.
DJ has a patch:
which I haven't looked at in detail, but seems to be along the right lines.
> Does this issue have high priority? I think that every distro solves
> this issue with its own way (for Fedoras and RHELs in .specfiles etc.)
I'd like to fix it in 1.11 along with adding an install target and updating
the class sharing data.
> > As to the issue encountered by tjoen, I've never seen this before and I
> > don't see any patch in BLFS that would fix it.
> >>> My guess is that the Oracle/SUN JDK doesn't strip CR/LF
> >>> resulting in requesting class DeferredDocumentImpl+CR
> >> I'd be a bit worried about that.
> >> Andrew.
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