java-functions − Functions library for Java applications. Written for the JPackage Project <http://www.jpackage.org/>:
Set the java virtual machine. Use a JAVA_HOME if defined, or try to find it from java command
Set the classpath - this functions requires a valid JAVA_HOME, JAVACMD, and JAVA_LIBDIR. JARs could be specified as an argument, or via ADDITIONAL_JARS variable.
set the JAVACMD variable. Options should be passed via JAVACMD_OPTS variable.
set FLAGS variable. They could be specified as an argument, or via ADDITIONAL_FLAGS variable.
set OPTIONS variable. They could be specified as an argument, or via ADDITIONAL_OPTIONS variable.
run the application. It executed a following command. If VERBOSE is defined, then it prints the command to stdout.
exec $JAVACMD $FLAGS -classpath $CLASSPATH $OPTIONS $MAIN_CLASS "$@"
set JVM-related directories (JVM_LIBDIR, JAVA_VERSION, JAVAVER_LIBDIR and JAVAVER_JNIDIR variables). Requires a correct JAVA_LIBDIR, JAVA_HOME and JAVA_CMD.
links a jar repository. Options could be found in build−jar−repository(1)
finds a specific extention (jar or directory). Requires a correct JAVA_LIBDIR, JAVAVER_LIBDIR and JVM_LIBDIR. Used by find−jar(1) command.
core routine used by find_jar()
checks java environment - the JAVA_HOME, JAVACMD, JAVA_LIBDIR, JNI_LIBDIR variables.
This is a library of generic shell functions which should be used on jpackage.org compatible distributions.
shell script functions library for Java applications
system-wide Java configuration file
user’s Java configuration
Ville SkyttÃ¤ <scop at jpackage.org>
David Walluck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nicolas Mailhot <Nicolas.Mailhot at laPoste.net>
Report bugs using JPackage Bugzilla (http://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/)
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