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[] Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Europa build failing due to Mylyn and BIRT (and pack200) never identified a problem with the siteOptimizer.  As I recall, the problem was corrupt input files, and I don't remember the cause of this being identified.
If there is a problem with the siteOptimizer, it is simply that it does not handle corrupt input and quietly leaves size 0 files instead of failing outright.

The open question is this:
1) Are the .jar files produced by individual teams valid at the end of their build?  (I expect these are already condition and signed?)
2) Are the .jar files used as input to the Europa build bitwise the same as the jars in (1).

Rereading the bug, I notice now that implies that the answer to (2) is no.
Is this still the case?  If so then the bug is likely in standaloneUpdate and somehow missed getting raised.


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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Europa build failing due to Mylyn         and        BIRT (and pack200)

The Platform team's fix for 193570 may have solved the symptom for bug 187396 for the Platform, but the bug (187396) still exists in the siteOptimizer and is triggered by other Europa projects (as evidenced by all the other feature and plug-in jars that are being corrupted). The bug (187396) exists in both 3.3M7 and 3.3 (Europa).

Anyway, I'm working around it using my "copy the un-re-packed-compressed-files" hack. I'm guessing I'll get a completely green build late tonight.

- Bjorn

Kim Moir wrote:

Bjorn, the bug
187396 you refer to was due to a corrupt jdt.core jar which was resolved in 3.3.  


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