I was looking for a way to start Ghidra with a non-default JDK and found out that it is possible by overriding some defaults in the /usr/local/share/ghidra/support/launch.properties file.
Would it be possible to install this file as /usr/local/share/ghidra/support/launch.properties.sample and mark it with @sample in pkg-plist so that user modification are not overwritten by an package update?
More on the @sample keyword: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/porters-handbook/book.html#plist-keywords-sample
Thank you, this seems like a good idea!
I've just realized I'm also behind with two minor versions (we have 9.1 and the most recent is 9.1.2), so I think I'll make this change with the updated version.
do you need help testing the new version (9.1.2)?
[Don't want to open up a new bug just for a version update]
(In reply to Tamas Szakaly from comment #1)
do you need help with testing the new version 9.1.2?
(In reply to TommiP from comment #2)
It might be a good idea to open a new PR so that we could commit the update in case of a maintainer timeout.
I am not working on it at the moment. Return to the pool.