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From Peter Donald <dona...@mad.scientist.com>
Subject Re: unable to delete file (EDIT QUESTION?)
Date Fri, 20 Oct 2000 02:29:07 GMT
;)
yep

At 09:29  19/10/00 +0000, you wrote:
>you mean CAN'T be deleted, right!?
>
>Peter Donald wrote:
>
>> At 04:02  19/10/00 -0400, you wrote:
>> >Hi Senthil -
>> >
>> >I ran into that too myself not 3 hours ago. I came to the conclusion that
>> it depends upon how the dependencies has been set up i.e. if the file is in
>> use by another task when the delete task gets executed it could be a
>> problem. I noticed most of the clean up examples place that as the main
>> entry point with a whole string f dependencies.
>>
>> kinda - it is a "feature" of windows OS. If there is a filedescriptor open
>> that still points to jar then it **can**(?) be deleted. Which means
somewhere
>> in
>> ant we are not closing a stream ....
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Pete
>>
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Cheers,

Pete

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