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RE: [eclipse-dev] Intermittent test failures on Windows - Make sure you close your files; also delete/rename issues
- From: "Walter Harley" <eclipse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2008 16:51:24 -0700
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An additional step that we found useful in APT was to generate test
projects and files using unique numbers - e.g., testproj0001, and so
forth - serialized across the entire test run. That way you're never
trying to tear down a project and set it up again at the same time.
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> Subject: [eclipse-dev] Intermittent test failures on Windows
> - Make sure you close your files; also delete/rename issues
> On Windows some of the tests fail sometimes with an exception
> trying to close a resource.
> This is caused by the file still being open. Windows (unlike
> Linux or the Mac) will not let you close a file that it is
> still open. However, this sometimes works, because a garbage
> collection will close the file for you (provided the stream
> is no longer referenced).
> If you get this error, make sure the stream associated with
> the file has been properly closed.
> Here is an example of a previously fixed problem:
> Other causes of intermittent problems on windows have to do
> with deleting and renaming. Windows has issues that other
> platforms don't have with the Java delete/rename.
> For delete/rename to work reliably you have to check that it
> actually worked and try again (possibly a few times, after a
> small delay) to until it works. There is probably some
> common code somewhere that does this. See Sun/Java bug #6213298.
> If these issues are addressed, it should greatly reduce the
> number of intermittent failures on Windows.