Blank Ubuntu 12.04 does not feature build-essentials | corrected jre-to-jdk package
|Assignee:||Florian Lier||% Done:|
|Category:||distinstaller||Estimated time:||2.00 hours|
|Target version:||Toolkit 0.1||Spent time:||2.10 hours|
In order to bootstrap our toolchain, jdk instead of jre is needed (otherwise you dont have a Java compiler ;) ).
Also gcc is missing, therefore build-essentials is now in the list of basic packages
#1 Updated by Florian Lier over 8 years ago
Installed blank VM and tested.
#2 Updated by Florian Lier over 8 years ago
- Status changed from Resolved to Closed
#3 Updated by Jan Moringen over 8 years ago
wip-platform-requirements branch accordingly.
#4 Updated by Florian Lier over 8 years ago
...should this go? These packages must be installed before you even use the build generator. At this point, it is only mentioned in the tutorials. So, basically we need to add those packages to EVERY distributuion. Is that what you mean?
#5 Updated by Jan Moringen over 8 years ago
At least requiring JDK instead of JRE applies specifically to projects that compile Java code, not the build-generator, Jenkins or the installer script.
I'm not sure why we want build-essentials, but I suspect it to be not necessary for build-generator, Jenkins or the installer script as well.