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Jucy on FreeBSD

Posted by Aragon 
Jucy on FreeBSD
September 05, 2010 05:49PM
Hi,

I would like to get Jucy working on FreeBSD and add it to the system's ports tree so all FreeBSD users can benefit. I've tried running the linux version under emulation, but running the Jucy binary just produces this error:
Sun Sep 05 15:39:31 GMT 2010 - [main] Bundle tracker is not set

Ultimately I'd like to build Jucy to run natively under FreeBSD. I'm guessing this should be easy with it being Java based, but I've done a git clone of the source tree and I have no idea how the build system works. Could anyone provide me some pointers for building it?

JRE version:
java version "1.6.0_07"
Diablo Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_07-b02)
Diablo Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 10.0-b23, mixed mode)
Re: Jucy on FreeBSD
September 05, 2010 08:28PM
ok pointers:

Get the Jucy source from the git repo ..
Get the eclipse 3.6 source from the eclipse repository.
Start porting every native code to BSD.
Then build Jucy against the ported platform..

Estimated work: a few hundred to thousand hours...

So my recommendation is to really use some emulator / vm.

BSD is just not supported.

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Re: Jucy on FreeBSD
September 05, 2010 09:45PM
Quicksilver Wrote:
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> So my recommendation is to really use some
> emulator / vm.

I've tried it under emulation and the error I received is posted above Do you know what it means?
Re: Jucy on FreeBSD
September 06, 2010 07:09PM
With vm I mean soemthing like vmware or virtualbox.
Something that runs a supported os running a java virtual machine.

Error above seems just like you ran the Linux executable on a non linux system..

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