[Live-demo] Which version of udig should be included on OSGeo-Live 6.0? - and build status.
maplabs at light42.com
Sun May 27 11:15:44 PDT 2012
Is it possible to run this by the Java contact at Canonical, and see
if GeoTools might attract some testing/porting cycles from a larger
audience than the usual core GeoTools team ?
OSGeo California Chapter
On May 27, 2012, at 7:01 AM, Jody Garnett wrote:
> I have no guidance until you sort out the issue of Java with all of
> the GeoTools based projects. There was recent interest in
> configuring a build box against OpenJDK 7 (no interest has been
> shown in OpenJDK 6). I would recommend catching up with Ben on this
> subject (as he seems to be the only community member with hardware
> to donate for the activity). We could also talk to SAC and see if
> they would be willing to run a "jenkins" build box?
> I think the best you can hope for is to make these applications
> available with a note they are running in an "unsupported"
> configuration. If you have volunteers willing to test; you may be
> able to detect failures and bump them from the release.
> For my own part:
> - I am unable to investigate a failure in OpenJDK 6. An OpenJDK 7
> is available for mac now; which may allow me to reproduce any
> problems found in that environment.
> - uDig 1.3.2 is being delayed as I recover the build process from a
> transition to Maven which LISAsoft started (thanks!). While 1.3.2
> is expected shortly; I am having some technical difficulties.
> Jody Garnett
> On Sunday, 27 May 2012 at 11:50 PM, cameron.shorter at gmail.com wrote:
>> Dear Jody, Andrea,
>> Did you see this email? What version of udig should be included on
>> next OSGeo-Live release?
>> Version 1.2.2 of udig was included in the last 5.5 OSGeo-Live
>> Also, in the latest 6.0alpha2 OSGeo-Live built by Angelos, udig
>> seems to be working fine with sun-java but not with our target
>> Could you please investigate.
>> The latest 6.0alpha2 image and compile logs are here:
>> On 21/05/2012 9:31 PM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
>>> We have started the release cycle for OSGeo-Live 6.0, which is
>>> due to be
>>> released in September 2012, and I'd like someone from each OSGeo-
>>> project to please touch base with me to let me know which version
>>> of the
>>> application you expect to be included in the upcoming release.
>>> This upcoming OSGeo-Live release will be based upon Xubuntu 12.04
>>> Feature Freeze for OSGeo-Live 6.0 will be 10 July 2012.
>> Cameron Shorter
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