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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15310] - jar task very slow for large input lists
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2003 15:55:17 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jessh@ptc.com  2003-02-13 15:55 -------
Yes.  Essentially if you list hundreds of explicit entries in the includes file,
the jar task takes *forever*.  If you feed the same list to the JSDK jar command
(via the @includesfile arg syntax), the speed is about the same as if you simply
passed the root directory for inclusion.  The jar task keeps up with the jar
command pretty well if you just give it the root directory -- unfortunately, I
have code usage data which points me to exactly the several hundred files that
need to go into the jars -- out of thousands and thousands in the directory tree...

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