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From "Alexey N. Solofnenko" <>
Subject Re: Troubles with Ant's configuration
Date Fri, 17 Feb 2006 00:49:35 GMT
  The word "sometimes" hints on a third party software that breaks the 
system. There are few candidates to look for - antiviruses and software 
firewalls. I have seen them affecting Java application (and only them!) 
in very strange ways. Personally I always disable them and for a long 
time I have had viruses only with newly reinstalled computers (even 
though they came with antiviruses installed), but you will need a 
broadband router to protect your computer at home. Or maybe it is an 
opposite - a worm intercepting system events affects ANT on your computer.

  Please check that other running applications do not deplete system 
resources - for example, memory and windows handles.

  Also hardware failures (memory, overheating, not enough power, etc.) 
can result in an unexplainable behaviour. Finally, your disk directory 
structure can be broken and you may need to run disk doctor to fix it.

- Alexey.

KoloSSo wrote:
> Hi!!!
> My name is Deyner López Fernández, i´m new in this list and i´m new
> using Ant too. I download Ant(binary version) from it´s home page and
> read the manual. I follow all the steps to configure Ant as the Manual
> said but Ant sometimes works and sometimes not works in the same
> computer....sometimes the computer has been restarted....then Ant works.
> What should i do..??
> Thanks.
> Deyner

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