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NEW ISSUES
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27205DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsBuild errors with cache and parallel tasks (-j 4)
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consensus
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Anatoly
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Bill
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DirkSounds like Alexey knows what he's doing (I don't ;) ). If nobody else sees it going awfully wrong, apply the patch and add a cleanup issue of the "caching" part for later.
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Gary2.2p3Patch seems reasonable to me. The slowdown in the cache case shouldn't be too bad. Has 5 votes.
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Greg
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Jason
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27034DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsWindows 7 Installer Issues
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consensus
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Anatoly
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Bill2.1p3billI think you're correct about having setup in the file name.
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Dirk2.1p1billDocumentation should be improved regarding this point. The install instructions for Windows in the User manual should mention the "Run as admin" requirement. If someone knows how to make the installer do this automatically, all the better...
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Gary2.1p3billI believe if the name includes "install" or "setup" Win7 automatically asks for elevated privileges. Can we change the name? There are other issues (discussed on the ML) with other solutions, if I remember correctly.
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Greg
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JasonI thought Gary found adding -setup to the end made it work better
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27214FEATUREtriageP4issues@sconsImplement cache directory controls
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consensus
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Anatoly
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BillDitto Gary. Dup of 1217
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Dirk
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Garydup of 1217 (I resolved as dup)
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Greg
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Jason
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27302DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsjar and rmic don't work if they are not initially on the path already
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consensus
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Anatoly
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BillProbably for Java we need to no the version of the tool change because the emitter for the extra classes would depend on that right? So a proper fix rather than a hack would be my vote.
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DirkBasically the patch is okay, but it would be much nicer to call a real detect() method that tries to find "jar" via env.WhereIs() or PATH, or whatever...this is not difficult to implement and probably more SConsish?
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Gary2.xp3Agree w/ Dirk, but I'm OK with this as is for a quick fix. Actually I'm not sure Java works very well without importing JAVA_HOME anyway, but I'm not a big Java guy.
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Greg
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Jason
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27332DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsjava enum generates anonymous inner classes, even without switch statement
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consensus
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Anatoly
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BillGary - does that mean we assign these to you?
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DirkNo idea. For all the Java related issues I'd like to see Jan and Russel working together on a decent new concept first, then slashing all these bugs and inconveniences should get much easier.
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Gary2.1p3garyI'm working on these (1594/2046/2547/2733/2730). Jan's concept in these is a definite improvement, though it's not the radical rewrite that's really needed -- but I'm afraid the node and taskmaster have to be improved to really know how to add new targets at runtime before this will really be right. (As far as I know anyway -- please feel free to correct me)
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Greg
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Jason
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27091FEATUREtriageP4issues@sconsA way for the tools to add configuration checks
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consensus
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Anatoly
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Bill
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Dirk
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Gary3.xp3Decent idea -- is this maybe a dup?
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Greg
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JasonLooking at adding this to the IAPAT object in Parts (called Settings) to prototype it with improved toolchains logic. Agree that it looks useful
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27221DEFECTtriageP4issues@sconsirrelevant warnings regarding unused tools
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consensus
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Anatoly
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Bill2.xp3billYeah. I think no other tools do it, lets get rid of it.
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Dirk2.1p1billGo with Jans suggestion, and remove the warning from the VS tool.
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Gary2.xp3billSeems OK, I'd like Bill's opinion to make sure.
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Greg
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JasonWhy did we warn with MSVC in the first place? This seems to be important.
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Jim
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Ken
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Steven
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27000DEFECTtriageP4stevenknightscons keeps many opened descriptors to cache file (using option --cache-debug with filepath)
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consensus
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Anatoly
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Bill
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DirkNo idea, but wasn't there another issue with opened file handles recently?
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GaryDirk: Could be, but I didn't find one. I thought this was fixed or at least discussed recently, passing flags to spawnve to close SCons's descriptors. Anyone recall?
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