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From "Alan Brown" <>
Subject RE: OutOfMemory...
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2004 21:06:21 GMT

How would I use macrodef in my problem?  I actually saw the tidbit of
wisdom when googling for an answer, but I couldn't see how it could
apply to me.

What would I macrodef?  Could you give me a more concrete example of
what you mean?



-----Original Message-----
From: Pedro Sam []
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2004 1:53 PM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: OutOfMemory...

Alan Brown wrote:

> I'm using <subant> with genericAntFile to run an ant task against
> subdirectory.  However, it runs out of memory before finishing.  I've
> done some poking around and it seems that <subant> like <antcall> has
> some issues with the classLoader that can result in this kind of
> problem.  Does anyone know a workaround?  I really want to be able to
> use <subant> with genericAntFile if I can, as it really suits my
> problem, but my problem isn't well suited to having the task run out
> memory before completion...

Try using <macrodef> ... I encountered that problem from a while ago,
<macrodef> seem to have fixed the problem.


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