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From "Noel J. Bergman" <>
Subject RE: native memory leak on every call to File.deleteOnExit()
Date Thu, 04 Mar 2004 03:06:03 GMT
> I'm well aware of bug id 4513817 [but] inferred perhaps incorrectly
> from your comment that there is a well-known process under which
> Jakarta components must be handled in order to be used in a server
> setting.

No.  That standard Java API should never be used in any long running
process, having nothing to do with Jakarta.

> > If no one gets to this, I might hack a TemporaryFile class, but I've
> > got higher priority items on my plate at the moment.

> In case it's not obvious nothing has higher priority for me at the
> moment, I'm on this 24/7 until I have a work around and/or solution.

Wasn't obvious.  If your need is that urgent and no one else bites, contact
me off-list.

	--- Noel

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