bullen wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:12 amOk, feels a bit like "pushing the problem onto someone else".
Found this: https://blogs.oracle.com/jtc/build-jdk- ... our-device
And it makes more sense if someone "trusted" does this once and puts it on the raspbian repository, than everyone compiling this for 3.5 hours individually?
If that "trusted" person is you James or someone at OpenJDK makes no difference to us.
Edit: Just realized I too did the "pushing the problem onto someone else" there :\ well at least I gave a good argument for it!
bullen wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:27 am@fruitoftheloom They don't have to support it, it's open source.
So when is the release of Raspbian Buster planned for?
@jamesh Yes, can I just add the debian repository to apt-get for that? https://packages.debian.org/buster/armh ... k/download
No, we don't have a tracker, since the majority of projects currently underway are unrelated to current releases, and are strictly private. The majority of work done on current releases is bug fixes when necessary, rather that specific projects.bullen wrote: ↑Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:17 pmDo you have a public tracker for the software projects you are working on?
I'm very pleased to see the missing software to make Aeon Alpha run on a raspberry was fixed in about one year. (rpi audio and Java pulse)
But I cannot imagine what software is now still in limbo?