Java support in a toolchain #19

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glejeune commented May 29, 2012

Since Java is a portable language, if you want to use Java in a toolchain, UseJava use the JVM installed on the host. So in this case, we must use set CMAKE_JAVA_INCLUDE_FLAG_SEP for the corrent host.

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Can these two commits be squashed together. The first one by itself is confusing due to the inverted logic.

Please also add the explanation in the commit message. Also, please mention "cross-compiling" to make it clear that toolchain refers to a cross-compiling toolchain.

Thanks!

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bradking commented May 29, 2012

Can these two commits be squashed together. The first one by itself is confusing due to the inverted logic.

Please also add the explanation in the commit message. Also, please mention "cross-compiling" to make it clear that toolchain refers to a cross-compiling toolchain.

Thanks!

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Allow using Java in a cross-compilation toolchain
Since Java is a portable language, if you want to use Java when
cross-compiling, UseJava use the JVM installed on the host. So in this case,
we must use set CMAKE_JAVA_INCLUDE_FLAG_SEP for the current host.
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I've rebased this patch on a recent 'master' to resolve conflicts. See commit 778aacc.

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bradking commented May 10, 2013

I've rebased this patch on a recent 'master' to resolve conflicts. See commit 778aacc.

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