I've backported the current release of the great MediathekView. This new release requires some changes...
Updated package in "Debian Common"
- Package "mediathekview" 13.0.1
Again, a repacked binary of the upstream of MediathekView. Since Release 12 the
application requires Java 8 and JavaFX. The startup script uses the
java-wrappers to determine the correct JRE. On Debian Jessie,
Java 8 (from the official backports) can be installed along with the default
Java 7! No further action is required!
An upgrade to
mediathekview 13.0.1 is hold back due to the dependencies to Java 8. Since the Java 8 JRE is not part of the regular repositories, the upgrade can't fulfill these dependencies. Java 8 is part of the official backports, so the easiest solution is to install
mediathekview again with the target "jessie-backports". Now the upgrade works as expected, because the depencies are loaded out of the backport repositories.
sudo apt-get install -t jessie-backports mediathekview