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From Peter Donald <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] - Handling long Commandline on external compilation
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2000 05:44:13 GMT
At 01:29  2/10/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Just a note: If I interrupt ant during a compile, I get jikes-<longnum>
>files left around. (And sometimes, jikes processes lying around as well.)
>I seem to remember someone (Pete?) saying java doesn't handle interrupts
>-- can that be right? If it actually can handle them, then <javac> should
>clean up these files (along with the jikes process). If it can't... :(

java 1.3 can from what I am told but I still use java 1.2 so you would have
to check it out yourself. Even then I believe the interupt handlers have
restrictions on what they can do IIRC.



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