Refactor the java pages
|Reported by:||Pierre Labastie||Owned by:||Pierre Labastie|
After a poll to the lists, it appears nobody cares much about compiling jar files from source. In this case, junit is not needed. Furthermore, icedtea-web, which cannot be used by major browsers, can go, too.
We'll need only ant (for building some Java bindings, or HSQLDB in libreoffice), and fop, for rendering the book in pdf. Those can be binary only installs (that is only jar files, configuration files, and shell scripts for starting them).
A page should be added to provide general information on how to install other Java binaries, with junit as an example: having an id="junit" attribute somewhere allows to keep our existing <xref> tags.
When this is done, ticket #10422 will be "overcomebyevents".