Re: how to add openjdk 1.8 to my project

Gwenn Etourneau

Up to you but nornally you just need to create a package to install openJdk,
for example
we install the jre, should be mostly the same script to install the jdk you

But before that maybe you should understand how to create a bosh release.

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:17 PM, James Bayer <jbayer(a)> wrote:

the uaa needs java

the java buildpack builds and hosts the openjdk jre's on a repository:

you'll just need some help to find out where exactly. hopefully someone
can point out how to do it.

On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 6:28 AM, ramonskie <ramon.makkelie(a)> wrote:

i'm trying to create a bosh release that needs openjdk 1.8
but i have no clue on how to do this

i know that you can do it with bosh-gen --apt option
and then it downloads a massive amount of dependencies

but when i check other projects they all depend on openjdk-*.*.tar.gz
and i searched that net but i can't find them so i assume that you need to
create the package yourself
so i'm wondering if we have some global packages?
or maby point me in to the right directions of how you should do it

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James Bayer

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