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Re: simplec example

Hi Alyson,

I have experienced many strange bugs with "javac" in low memory situations.
It seems that instead of throwing an "OutOfMemoryError", javac just
continues its computation.

Have you tried:
javac -mx1024m Main.java

or something similar?  (Sometimes, it is better to first delete all the
"*.class" files).


-----Original Message-----
From: Alyson Reeves <reeves@super.org>
To: sablecc-list@sable.mcgill.ca <sablecc-list@sable.mcgill.ca>
Date: Thursday, April 16, 1998 12:38 PM
Subject: simplec example

> I got SableCC up and running--it seems to have worked on the
>minibasic example (very nicely, I might add).  But, and this
>doesn't seem to have anything to do with SableCC?, when
>I try to compile the simplec example (after having run SableCC
>on the grammar), the compiler gets stuck in the PointsToAnalysis.java
>file. Which is to say, it doesn't print an error message; it just
>never terminates!  The sticking point seems to be when it tries
>to reference PArray...  stuff.  What makes javac go into an
>infinite loop?  No one around here has a clue!
>       Alyson