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From Gregory Shimansky <gshiman...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [continuum] BUILD FAILURE: Classlib/linux.ia32 Build/Test
Date Thu, 09 Nov 2006 12:19:09 GMT
Ok I see now. I was just worried that it is something wrong with files 
being locked undeletable.

Should continuum ignore this clean warning and try once more if it 
happens instead of reporting build failure?

Tim Ellison wrote:
> Gregory Shimansky wrote:
>> I've seen the same failure of clean target several times. Does anyone know why 
>> it happens? When I run clean again, it usually succeeds. The failure is 100% 
>> reproducible, clean usually works, but sometimes finds some files which 
>> weren't deleted.
> We decided that 'clean' should complain if it finds derived files left
> in the build directory after having removed all the files it expects to
> be there.  Usually this would be an indication that the clean target is
> missing some derived files in it's remove task.  However, if we rename a
> type (as in this case) then the build will notice the old .class file
> with no corresponding .java file, so it artificially triggers the warning.
> After printing the warning the clean task removes any remaining files
> anyway.  If you continuously see the warning then the clean target is
> likely wrong, if you see it as a one-off then that it is probably due to
> a rename.


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