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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34633] ReplaceRegExp periodically errors out with "Couldn't rename temporary file"
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2012 05:04:42 GMT

--- Comment #26 from Stefan Bodewig <> 2012-02-23 05:04:42 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #25)
> 1.8.2 is not yet a stable release for Mandriva. I am reluctant to try the
> cooker release if there is a workaround. I can survive for a while if there is
> some way to manually clear this problem even if temporarily.
> As for the version, I had lots of trouble getting replaceregexp since it kept
> telling me it was an ant-contrib optional function. I had to install it
> separately which is why I thought it might be a different version. Whatever I
> did, when I installed the Mandriva ant rpm, replaceregex was not included.

Well, we don't have any influence on the RPMs (or any other distribution you
don't download from one of the ASF's mirrors), I don't have any idea whether
the Mandriva distribution has made any modifications.

In Ant 1.7.x the replaceregexp task has been in a jar called ant-nodeps.jar,
with Ant 1.8.x we've merged those into ant.jar.

You should be able to download a binary release from Ant's download page, untar
the tarball anywhere, set ANT_HOME to point to that location and start using it
without messing with your OS installation.

I'm not aware of any workaround if the problem is that Java is holding on to a
lock to the file it has just written even after it has been closed.

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