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Java on Debian

tags: Debian, WoW, Java

Would you believe my mom actually scolded me for not updating my blog!? But she's right, it's been a while.

3 weekends ago i wrote some code to find the shortest path between two points in WoW. 2 weekends ago i wrote some code to maximize profit given items in your bag and recipes you know.

Last weekend i tried to complete a paper i started about the routing algorithm. I started it at work using XML, XSLT, and Sun's JDK. However at home i prefer to use an open source Java compiler, like GCJ GIJ or Jikes and Kaffe.

Unfortunately they've both given me problems when running Apache's Xalan.

========= Parsing file:/home/brian/Workshop/Projects/RoutingAlg/xml2html.xsl ==========
XSL Error: pattern = 'node()'
Could not find function: node
 Remaining tokens: ( '(' ')'), style tree node: org.apache.xalan.xslt.ElemApplyTemplates@1094df00
XSL Error: Could not parse file:/home/brian/Workshop/Projects/RoutingAlg/xml2html.xsl document!
XSL Error: processStylesheet not successful!
XSLT: pattern = 'node()'
Could not find function: node
 Remaining tokens: ( '(' ')')
Xalan: was not successful.
XSLProcessor: done

This worked at work, so i'm not sure what the problem is. I was gonna trace Xalan, but can't seem to get the compilers to compile that.

So the state of OSS Java on Debian is sad.


Sun's JDK


someone: Why don't you try Sun's JDK?

Brian: Because they don't build it for Linux on the PPC.

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