Typing `bazel help' produces
Couldn't find java at '/usr/libexec/bin/java'.
This can be fixed by setting JAVA_HOME, e.g. like this,
export JAVA_HOME=`java-config --jdk-home`
I suggest that an "emerge message" is added for this, to make it easier
getting started, especially since there is no manpage and `bazel --help`
does not work either.
Created attachment 498402 [details]
Output of `emerge --info'
Normally JAVA_HOME is set by /etc/profile.d/java-config-2.sh which is installed by sys-apps/baselayout-java. Do you have that file?
Since bazel already has a java-config dependency from the java-pkg-2 eclass it inherits, you probably just need to do this:
I suppose would would suggest to do that with an elog message on the first install, possibly using the readme.gentoo-r1 eclass.
I can run bazel as an user but not inside ebuilds
echo $JAVA_HOME inside an ebuild return nothing
You say that the bazel eclass is inheriting java-pkg-2 but that isn't true