--- Comment #2 from anyremote <anyremote(a)mail.ru> 2008-11-20 08:06:16 ---
(In reply to comment #1)
I'm not that familiar with java anymore these days. Do you mean a
prebuild versions of Sun WTK and Proguard that will get used for building
Well, in details.
I see 2 possible variants:
1. To build anyremote-J2ME-client it needs to install Sun WTK and Proguard
(Sun WTK is closed source). If this variant is posible then there will be
no problem to compile anyremote-J2ME-client from sources.
2. I can supply package (.srpm, .tar.gz, whatever) which will contains
precompiled anyremote-J2ME-client (not *.java sources but just *jar and *jad)
In this case there are no needs to use Sun WTk and proguard (since i've
compile java sourcers by myself)
Until now all packages that are buildrequires for other packages are
repo. I don't think it is a must for the nonfree repo, but it would make
things a whole lot easier.
OK. This means variant #1
> This package can not be included into Fedora because it uses for
> Sun WTK toolkit, which is free, but not open source.
Would it make sense to ship it in RPM Fusion? Does it's license allow that?
You mean license of Sun WTK ? Are there any restrictions on software
with help of Sun WTK ? I did not find any clear statement about it, but i think
there is not such restrictions:
This is Sun page on that:
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