Joshua Sumali writes:
Andrew Haley wrote:
> Joshua Sumali writes:
> > There's no real set list of things to do, but what I find works best is
> > doing many *different* things (as to load classes into perm gen space).
> > This typically involves doing things like:
> > -cvs update, cvs diffing
> > -Source > Format , Source > Clean Up
> > -Right click on a project, enable maven, play around with the maven settings
> > -Running programs differently (Right click > run as > java applet, or
> > java application, OSGI, etc)
> > -Debugging programs differently
> > -Looking at eclipse help (Help Contents, Dynamic Help, etc)
> > Using more plugins would probably be easier in terms of crashing
> > Eclipse, but I can do so with just Maven and Mylyn on Eclipse as plugins
> > (and a 64mb permgen limit).
> OK, I'm gonna let you do it. :-)
> I can supply two binaries for x86_64 quite easily. I can do it for
> 386 if I have to, but that's much harder for me. (32-bit is *so *
> twentieth century!)
At the moment I only have access to a 32 bit machine for testing, but
x86_64 could be tested next Tuesday at the earliest (Monday being a
Also, why 2 binaries?
Science. :-) I want to prove that it works with one, and not with the
other. Since I can't prove that my pre-patch build is identical to
the RPM, you have to test both.
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