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From "Emmanuel Feller" <>
Subject Re: maxmemory for javadoc
Date Sat, 04 Oct 2003 10:44:22 GMT

I had the same problems on win 2000.

First problem is not a maxmemory pb, but the argument
command line is too long.
Javadoc is launched with an exec and the linux shell can not
take a so long command line.

You will have, or still had, a maxmemory pb, in this case
you cannot do some definite thing.

What I did to solve these issues is to develop a
JavadocByModule task wich take a fileset of module to
javadoc, and proceed javadoc on every module one by one but
link them together.

This is fast and will go on when you will have more than 50
modules of 300 classes ... (like i have).

I may send my impl if you like.
----- Message d'origine ----- 
De : "Vikas Phonsa" <>
À : "'Ant Users List'" <>
Envoyé : samedi 4 octobre 2003 00:09
Objet : maxmemory for javadoc

> Hi Everybody
> I'm using the ant javadoc task and some of my projects are
pretty big and I
> get the following error message in linux
> Warning: UNIXProcess.forkAndExec native error: Argument
list too long
> Any suggestions regarding that ? Is this related to
> vikas
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