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Subject Should ScriptRunner call terminate() on the BSFManager?
Date Tue, 25 Mar 2008 19:00:24 GMT
We've recently integrated Jepp ( into our
use of Ant via the BSF engine. This is very useful because we use Python
for scripting quite a lot and it allows Python code to be used in full
while also allowing access to Java objects.
This has resulted in a Java OOM error, which I suspect is due to this
integration change. There is a comment in the Jepp usage instructions
that close() must be called on the Jep objects. This is done inside the
terminate() method of the BSFJepEngine, which is called by the
BSFManager on all engines. However I cannot see anywhere where
BSFManager.terminate() is called inside ScriptRunner or elsewhere inside
Ant. Should terminate() be called by ScriptRunner(), perhaps in the
finally section in the executeScript method?



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