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[aspectj-users] iajc ant task - out of memory
- From: "Lachlan Paterson" <lachlan@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 17:07:23 -0800
- Delivered-to: email@example.com
We have been using AspectJ for a few years now, and it is doing
everything we want it to do at runtime. We are currently using
However, as our project has grown, we sometimes run into out of
memory problems at compile time with the iajc task. Naturally we have
tried playing with all the possible memory settings, and typically
our developers now use 1024M as the maxmem setting. Usually
everything works fine, but when the dreaded iajc memory error hits, a
developer can be stuck for hours trying to remedy it. It happens with
various JVMs (all Java5) - and on both Windows and Linux. The error
is inconsistent. It is possible to compile twice in a row, making no
changes, and have it fail the first time and work the second time.
Sometimes deleting the classes to force a clean build will fix the
problem. I know this is a FAQ item, and I am not really looking for
answers on how to tweak the JVM settings.
It has become annoying enough for us that we are considering ripping
out AspectJ altogether.
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