Re: could you install java sdk?

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* Chong Yu Meng <[email protected]> [2007-01-07 22:01]:
> 
> The Java installed with Fedora is the open source gcj, and I think it's
> only the JRE (Java Runtime Engine), which means no javac.

Not true.  We use ecj (the Eclipse Compiler for Java ... aka the jdtcore
batch compiler) as our bytecode compiler.

I think it's:

yum install java-devel

or perhaps more verbosely:

yum install java-1.4.2-gcj-compat-devel

It follows the JPackage convention of

JRE = java-{version}-{vendor}
JDK = java-{version}-{vendor}-devel

... or something close to that.

Andrew

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