Windows 7

svn status contains forrest.properties and src/documentation, svn status on
src/documentation is blank.

ant clean jenkins returns the same failure.

thing is it worked a couple days ago.

On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 9:59 PM, Javen O'Neal <one...@apache.org> wrote:

> 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:
>
> > :ooxml:test
> >
> > org.apache.poi.xssf.streaming.TestSXSSFWorkbookWithCustomZipEntrySource
> >
> > validateTempFilesAreEncrypted FAILED
> >     java.lang.AssertionError at
> > TestSXSSFWorkbookWithCustomZipEntrySource.java:141
> >
> > 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.
> >
>

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