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#################################################################################
# These properties can be set to alter the build process.
#
# End-users *should not* edit this file. If you want to change the values, make a
# copy, call it override.properties, and make the desired changes to that.
#################################################################################

# Compile for this version of Java
javac.version=1.6

#
# Note to packagers, embedders, distributors:
#
# Strictly speaking, you must either use the compiler for the minimum Java version you are
# targeting (default 1.6, see above), or specify a bootclasspath, which means you need
# the JRE for the target version installed as well.
#
# However, in practice, you can compile with 1.7 and target 1.6 without specifying a bootclasspath,
# and it all works fine.
#
# But you cannot compile with 1.8 and target 1.6 or 1.7 without bootclasspath,
# or your users will get runtime errors.
# Below is an example of a bootclasspath that works on Ubuntu.
#
# For more info:
#    http://zzz.i2p/topics/1668
#    https://gist.github.com/AlainODea/1375759b8720a3f9f094
#
#javac.compilerargs=-bootclasspath /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/rt.jar:/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/jce.jar

# This is the directory the build process will check for the required build dependencies.
# This defaults to 'lib' if left unset. Individual dependency locations can be overridden below.
# Debian users, for example, may want to set this to /usr/share/java
#lib.dir=

# This must contain the path to hsqldb.jar (including the filename).
# This defaults to lib.dir if not set.
#hsqldb.jar=

# This should contain the path to swt.jar (including the filename).
# This defaults to lib.dir if not set.
swt.jar=/usr/share/java/org.eclipse.swt.jar

# This must contain the path to i2p.jar (including the filename), e.g. ${user.home}/i2p/lib/i2p.jar
# This defaults to lib.dir if not set.
#i2p.jar=

# If on OSX, you need to pass these parameters
# run.args=-d32 -XstartOnFirstThread

# In order to wrap jars into EXEs and create installers, launch4j and izpack
# are required. Luckily they're both shipped with I2P's source code. If you
# have the I2P source available you can specify its location here.
# ../i2p.i2p is checked by default. If this property is set you do not need
# to set the next two.
#i2p.src.dir=

# You can also manually specify the locations for launch4j and izpack below.
# The directory specified here must contain the file 'standalone-compiler.jar'
#izpack.dir=
# If you set the next property it must contain a path pointing to the file 'launch4j.jar'
#launch4j.dir=

# Javadocs
# Note: Include the trailing slash! Don't surround the URL in quotes!
javasedocs.url=http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/
swtdocs.url=http://help.eclipse.org/galileo/topic/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/reference/api/
i2pdocs.url=http://docs.i2p-projekt.de/javadoc/