Its been out a month, no major bugreps have surfaced, so I'd strongly
encourage everyone to upgrade to Ant 1.7.0 for their smartfrog builds :
We've reached the limit on memory consumption for rmic, especially under
a big build where other things are using up Ant's memory, so I've
modifed the build files to switch to the Ant 1.7 "forking" rmi compiler
whenever it is available.
If you stay with ant1.6.5, you are not going to be able to run the "ant
cc" cruise control build from the command line without either upgrading
ant or editing ANT_OPTS to add more memory; something like -Xmx256m
appears to work.
While editing that env variable, remember to add your proxy settings so
that ivy will work from behind firewalls.
ANT_OPTS =" -Xmx256m -Dhttp.proxyHost=web-proxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=8080"
For ant1.7, developers behind firewalls just need the proxy settings
ANT_OPTS =" -Dhttp.proxyHost=web-proxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=8080"
Incidentally, we now pass all http. and socks. properties down to
smartfrog daemons started by ant, so test runs get the same settings too.