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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11429] - lcp.bat produces error: "The input line is too long." when directory structure is deep.
Date Wed, 14 Aug 2002 16:04:04 GMT
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lcp.bat produces error: "The input line is too long." when directory structure is deep.





------- Additional Comments From ddevienne@lgc.com  2002-08-14 16:04 -------
Indeed java.exe does *not* support @file out of the box, and javac.exe supports 
it only because Javac.java does, i.e. the VM was bootstrapped already, the 
Javac.main(args) was called, and implemented reading additional options from 
@file entries on the command line. To add such support to java.exe, hack it up 
like I did. More often that not, though, keeping a clean classpath is a better 
options, or also take advantage of the Class-Path attribute of JARs when 
possible. --DD

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