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From "Armstrong, Robert" <>
Subject RE: ant breaking w/ lots of files?
Date Mon, 06 Nov 2000 16:46:56 GMT
-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Bodewig []
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 3:26 AM
Subject: Re: ant breaking w/ lots of files?

 >>>>> "r" == robert  <> writes:

 >> Ant/Java somehow fails to load in all of my packages/classes and
 >> even though the package directory structure is correct it fails to
 >> find several packages which causes the whole build to fail.

 > Robert (Armstrong in this case) could you send a snippet of your
 > buildfile and the result of ant -debug?

This is the interesting part of my buildfile:

<javac verbose="true" srcdir="${src}/com/winwin" destdir="${dest}"
includes="**\*.java" classpath=" etc, etc.">

Turning on -debug reveals that javac is in fact parsing all the files that I
have and particularly the ones that later on it says it can't find the
packages for.

So it says:

    [javac] [parsed
/usr/local/build/src/com/winwin/xmlsystem/ in 1 ms]

and then later on I'm told it can't find com.winwin.xmlsystem.

I had been redirecting output to files and hadn't been monitoring stderr
until now. Now that I am watching stderr I noticed this:

/export/home/rarmstrong/ant/winbuild.xml:62: Error starting classic
java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError

This happens AFTER all the package errors and in fact after the BUILD FAILED
message. Was it buffered? Or is that when it actually happened? I've been
trying to bump up the memory to javac but it doesn't seem like there is a
way to pass along the -J parameters through javac to 
the javac VM. Thanks for the help!


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