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From Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: war packaged exclusions.list
Date Fri, 20 Jul 2012 23:05:50 GMT
if you think it is buggy rename excluded jar tomee-<normal-name>.jar, those
will be excluded by default

the compromise to find is here, using scan.xml you'll multiply <number of
info> the time of scanned classes processing (there is a shortcut here but
it means you loose time for scanned classes and gain for not scanned
classes).

exclusion gain should be a bit more important

but i noticed for small app scanning without any scan config is realy
faster so maybe you are "in the middle".

sharing your app we could dig further i guess

- Romain


2012/7/21 zeeman <hamzah0@fastmail.us>

> I tried with exclusions.list under Tomee/conf. Got the same time with
> scan.xml, which is the same time without using either one. So it's either
> changes are not getting picked up or it's not much of a time change.
>
> Here is my exclusions:
>
> activation-
> avro-
> bcmail-
> bcprov-
> commons-email
> commons-fileupload
> drools-api-
> drools-compiler
> drools-core
> filters-
> freemarker-
> hibernate-search
> itext-
> jackson-
> java-image-
> joda-time-
> lucene-
> paranamer-
> picketlink-
> poi-
> primefaces-
> scribe-
> snappy-
> ui-
> usertype.jodatime-
> usertype.spi-
>
> They average over 11MB in size, so there must be sometime spend processing
> those jars that can be saved. Unless I'm missing something.
>
>
>
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