Windows, Linux, or Mac?
I know Windows keeps open file handles open, preventing the file from being
deleted or moved.
Does it still break with "ant clean jenkins"?
Is "svn status" blank just before running "ant clean jenkins"?
On Oct 14, 2016 6:50 PM, "Mark Murphy" <jmarkmur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> org.apache.poi.xssf.streaming.TestSXSSFWorkbookWithCustomZipEntrySource >
> validateTempFilesAreEncrypted FAILED
> java.lang.AssertionError at
> I think this is just me because I am using a clean download of the project,
> and jenkins build is passing.
> So when I debug the junit that is failing, I find that the test that is
> failing is validateTempFilesAreEncrypted, and the failure is that
> workbook.dispose is unable to delete the temporary file backing the XML.
> The only reason that could be is that the test still has the file open at
> the time it is attempting to delete it. I tried to delete the file manually
> while the program is at the breakpoint, and I cannot. But once the test has
> completed, I am able to manually delete the file. Maybe the close on the
> Writer is failing silently, or something else has the file open. I don't
> understand why this would be happening though as the jenkins build does not
> detect this (on the server).
> It did work for me a couple days ago when I was preparing to commit my
> patch. I have nothing else in the works right now though since I can't even
> build the project with a clean install.