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From "Dominique Devienne" <ddevie...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: subant and memory problems
Date Tue, 30 May 2006 12:49:26 GMT
It's quite possible Ant or SubAnt itself hold on to too many
references. There have been fixes in Ant's ComponentHelper in the
past. But maybe Tom's compiler could be at fault as well, no? This
would need to be investigated using a JProbe-like tool.

--DD

On 5/29/06, Antoine Reilles <Antoine.Reilles@loria.fr> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> For building the examples of the tom project (http://tom.loria.fr), we
> use the subant task, each example containing a build.xml snippet, using
>  <target name="build.all">
>    <subant target="build">
>      <fileset dir="." includes="*/build.xml"/>
>    </subant>
>  </target>
> Those examples do use the tom ant task to compile tom sources to java,
> and then javac. The tom ant task require to load the tom compiler, which
> is a java application. However, we currently notice memory problems when
> building all examples. For each example, ant do load all tom's compiler
> classes, but it seems they are never released. thus, after a few
> examples, ant dies with an OutOfMemory error. Buildinf with -v -d shows
> ant do load the classes of the tom compiler and all dependancies for
> each subant task, with
>
> [snip]
> Finding class aterm.ATermAppl
> Loaded from /home/tonio/workspace/jtom/src/dist/lib/aterm.jar
> aterm/ATermAppl.class
> Class aterm.ATermAppl loaded from ant loader (parentFirst)
> [snip]
>
> However, there is no mentions of unloading.
> Is it possible that ant do retain some memory, and thus causes the
> failure ? Or are we using the subant task incorrectly ?
>
> Best regards,
> antoine
>
>
>

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