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From Michael McCallum <gho...@xtra.co.nz>
Subject Re: [DO NOT REPLY: Bug 764] java.lang.StackOverflowError
Date Sat, 08 Sep 2001 22:35:19 GMT
Thats probably because by default the jvm on windows has a really large stack.
Just increase the stack size or optimise your re's.

Michael

On Friday 07 September 2001 00:53, you wrote:
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> http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=764
>
> *** shadow/764	Wed Aug  1 14:25:06 2001
> --- shadow/764.tmp.24965	Thu Sep  6 17:53:50 2001
> ***************
> *** 428,431 ****
>   	throw new FieldValidationException(fieldNamePretty + " can not contain
>   special characters.");
>
> ! everything went smoothly ... so ... that's my 2 cents .. :)
> --- 428,438 ----
>   	throw new FieldValidationException(fieldNamePretty + " can not contain
>   special characters.");
>
> ! everything went smoothly ... so ... that's my 2 cents .. :)
> !
> ! ------- Additional Comments From ssouza@sybase.com  2001-09-06 17:53
> ------- ! I am using the RE class in Sybases Jaguar product and it works
> fine in Windows ! 2000, but throws a StackOverflowError (in
> RE.matchNode(String search, int i)) ! when running the same code against
> the same data in Sybase Jaguar on Solaris ! 2.7.  Some tests scenarios work
> on both 2000 and Solaris while others never ! work on Solaris but always
> work on 2000.

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