Just our of laziness, and to perhaps make my build a bit faster, I tend to use --disable-report-builder on Linux (even if I don't use --without-java).
This apparently leads to a lot of warnings when I start LibreOffice, like:
> warn:configmgr:15052:5622621:configmgr/source/xcuparser.cxx:908: ignoring modify of unknown set member node "StarOffice XML (Base) Report" in "file:///Users/tml/lo/osx/instdir/LibreOfficeDev.app/Contents/Resources/../Resources/registry/res/fcfg_langpack_en-US.xcd"
> warn:configmgr:21616:21616:configmgr/source/xcuparser.cxx:908: ignoring modify of unknown set member node "SunReportBuilder" in "file:///ssd1/lo/fedora/instdir/p\
I spent five minutes on pondering whether we ould just get rid of the --disable-report-builder option and couple building the report builder to building with Java, but nah, apparently it needs to be a separate choice.
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The same warnings also show up when building --without-java but not mentioning --disable-report-builder.