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From Irina Lishchenko <i...@lishchenko.de>
Subject Re: JSPC Precompiling Issues and a handy utility
Date Fri, 02 Aug 2002 16:45:14 GMT
> Anyway, when I use jspc to precompile I get all the .java files in  , but
> no class files.  Does jspc only generate the servlet java files?  The whole
> point of precompiling was to prevent javac from being called to compile
> those servlets to work around the javac memory leak and speed up page
> loading.
>

This is not the answer but most likely a question, which came in my head 
while I was reading. AFAIK a running server (and server which does not serve 
developers' needs) compiling is made only one time when the server gets the 
request for a certain jsp page. After this compiling each following request 
is served by the server without recompiling (in the case the time of last 
modification of this jsp file is not changed) so javac is not called each 
time when the server gets a request for this page and as follows it does not 
have an influence on the speed of serving user's requests. Do I understand 
something wrong? 

ilis

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