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From "Scot P. Floess" <sflo...@nc.rr.com>
Subject Re: Cancelling Ant Build in mid-flight?
Date Sat, 19 Nov 2011 16:28:01 GMT

Unfortunately, no idea regarding Eclipse...  I am definitely interested in 
what you discover outside of Eclipse...

On Sat, 19 Nov 2011, Rhino wrote:

>
> No, I have to admit that I didn't try it outside of Eclipse, although I do 
> have a second Ant setup outside of Eclipse so I could do it.
>
> I'm mostly curious about why the build stalled and why nothing in Eclipse 
> detected that it was in trouble and put out some kind of message about what 
> was going on. Eclipse seemed to be oblivious to the problem and actually 
> thought the build was still proceding. Nothing I tried seemed to change that, 
> aside from actually restarting Eclipse.  So I suppose it's actually more of 
> an Eclipse question than an Ant one. Perhaps it would be better to ask on the 
> Eclipse forums, assuming I can figure out which one is best for asking 
> Ant-related questions.....
>
> --
> Rhino
>
> On 2011-11-19 10:32, Scot P. Floess wrote:
>> 
>> I'm not an Eclipse user...but curious...  Have you tried to manually run 
>> your Ant script outside of Eclipse?  I'm wondering if maybe something odd 
>> is happening and you aren't seeing it in Eclipse?
>> 
>> On Fri, 18 Nov 2011, Rhino wrote:
>> 
>>> 
>>> I just had an unusual problem. My Ant build stalled in mid-flight with no 
>>> messages or warnings to tell me why. I wanted to simply run it again but 
>>> every time I tried to start it, Eclipse told me that there was already an 
>>> Ant build in progress.
>>> 
>>> I had no idea how to stop a build which didn't really seem to be running 
>>> in the first place. (I started the build and it seemed fine then went out 
>>> for a few hours and it seems to have stalled shortly after I left.) I 
>>> tried clicking on the red "stop" square but that didn't seem to have 
>>> cancelled it. I terminated it and removed it in the Debug window but that 
>>> doesn't seem to have killed it either. Finally, I got it to die by exiting 
>>> Eclipse and restarting it.
>>> 
>>> In case this should happen again, what is the right way to kill an Ant 
>>> build in Eclipse?
>>> 
>>> I'm running Eclipse 2.7 with the native Ant, which is Ant 1.8.2. I'm on 
>>> Windows XP SP2.
>>> 
>>> -- 
>>> Rhino
>>> 
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Chief Architect FlossWare  http://sourceforge.net/projects/flossware
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