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From Michael McCandless <>
Subject Re: test output is sometimes truncated?
Date Sun, 08 Apr 2012 10:25:48 GMT

Though... that is a recent change (I was using 1.7.1 previously)...
lemme revert that and see if it fixes the truncation.  Grrr: that does
fix it.  I tested 1.8.3, it still truncates.  I'll fall back to 1.7.1
for now... and see if there's a known issue against ant... sorry for
the noise.

Can't wait for LUCENE-3808!

Mike McCandless

On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 3:33 AM, Dawid Weiss
<> wrote:
> Which version of ANT are you using?
> D.
> P.S. LUCENE-3808 is coming as soon as we finalize 3.x. Its
> stdout/stderr buffering and capture is entirely different and I think
> will work smoother. I plan to merge it in as soon as there's only
> trunk to play with. LUCENE-3808 has been stable and shows similar bugs
> as trunk occasionally so I assume they don't have different strengths
> (even though much of the internal randomization infrastructure has
> been changed). There are still things that can be turned off that will
> make tests fail (like thread leak failures) but I'll work on these
> once the patch is in place.
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 1:28 AM, Michael McCandless
> <> wrote:
>> Sometimes, when I run a test where I've added a healthy number of
>> System.out.println's... when the test fails, the output is truncated.
>> Meaning I lose a good chunk of stdout, and the exception of the failure.
>> Has anyone else seen this...?
>> If I redirect the output to a file, I seem to get all of the test
>> output... so maybe it only happens if the terminal (pulling the
>> output: emacs in my case!) is slowish...?
>> This never used to happen so something changed...
>> Mike McCandless
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