Base of all Java packages
This package must be installed in the system if a Java environment
is desired. It covers useful information for Java users in
Debian GNU/Linux, including:
* The Java policy document which describes the layout of Java support in
Debian and how Java packages should behave.
* The Debian-Java-FAQ which provides information on the status of
Java support in Debian, available compilers, virtual machines, Java
programs and libraries as well as on legal issues.
* Information on how to create dummy packages to fulfill java2
This package contains information about how to make your java environment
work. The package contains the Proposed Debian Java Policy and
the Debian Java FAQ. It should probably be enough to get things going.
They can be found at
Previously it existed a bunch of *-dummy packages. The
default-jdk-builddep was a package to provide helpers to compile
class/jar files into native code, unfortunately its poorly chosen
name lead to people thinking it was the "Right Thing" to
Build-Depend on when maintaining a Java Package. This
misunderstanding even got into the templates for AMs for reviewing
New Maintainers (The T&SII
Those control files can be used to create dummy packages of needed components.
Install "equivs" package and use "equivs-build" build needed dummy packages.
java-common (0.43ubuntu2) precise; urgency=low
* java-common: Mark it as Multi-Arch: foreign.
It is a Debian original work.
Michael Koch <email@example.com>
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