[PC-BSD Dev] easypbi external links
jpm820 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 11:02:20 PST 2013
if I change every line to start with bin/* like this:
I get the following messages that the files are not found for each link.
cp: /.pbiwrapper-amd64: No such file or directory
chmod: /usr/pbi/java-amd64/.stagedir/bin/javaws: No such file or
So I poked around in /usr/pbi/java-amd64/.stagedir/bin/ and saw that the
files were not there but in /usr/pbi/java-amd64/.stagedir/local/.
On Wed, 2013-12-04 at 13:32 -0500, Ken Moore wrote:
> On 12/04/2013 12:10, Joe Maloney wrote:
> > I am trying to build a pbi from an local folder for orcale java for
> > linux 32bit. I would just use openjdk but unforunatley some of our
> > provisioning software at work requires crappy orcale java. :(
> > I've done this sucessfully in 9.2 but I wanted to take it a step further
> > and utilize creating external links in /usr/pbi/bin. I've created an
> > external-links file.
> > http://pastebin.com/za6BnDaV
> > For some reason when I build I get these warnings for each file.
> > WARN: external_link target: "local/bin/java -> bin/java
> > binary,nocrash,linux" does not exist!
> > I've looked over the openjdk7 module for 10 and it has the same syntax
> > more or less. Although it builds from ports where as I am building from
> > a folder. I was just curious if this might be a known issue that when
> > building from local sources that external linking does not work, or
> > maybe I am missing something?
> > Joe Maloney
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> I don't think you need to start with "local/" in the first column. The
> PBI build framework is already smart enough to look in the "local" PBI
> base directory if it is in the first column. (so bin/java -> bin/java is
> all you should need).
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