Currently, the JDK port directories have been unified, but the JDK
installation directories have not:
$ grep ^_JAVA_HOME_ /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.java.mk
Blackdown (Linux) 1.2 ==> linux-blackdown-jdk1.2.2
Sun (Linux) 1.3 ==> linux-sun-jdk1.3.1
Sun (Linux) 1.4 ==> linux-sun-jdk1.4.0
Also, it seems a bit odd that the Sun (Linux) JDK 1.2 installation directory
includes '.012' at the end. That should be removed from the installation
directory. So additionally:
Sun (Linux) 1.2 ==> linux-sun-jdk1.2.2
I will make these changes if noone objects against them.
I'm putting this in GNATS for several reasons:
* My plan is clear to the outside world, if people object or are in favor,
then I will probably hear so (at least in the first case :> )
* It helps me manage my FreeBSD time :)
* Now we have a history
I'll handle this.
The Sun (Linux) JDK 1.2.2 installation was already changed, but bsd.java.mk
was still assuming the old installation directory. Just fixed this.