On Sunday, July 28, 2013 5:49:15 PM UTC+2, salk31 wrote:
yuk. PegDown processor is non-deterministic!? Turns out my laptop and linux server are too slow to compile gwt-site.Sorry for wasting your time Thomas. I was reading the error message in order and thought "[ERROR] org.pegdown.
ParsingTimeoutException" must be spurious.I've patched my local version so it compiles. Maybe a note in docs about this error or a ticket to possibly change the code?Sorry again for not posting the important error message. Using a timeout like this is new to me.
Oh wow, more than 2 secs (the default timeout) for processing a file?!
Can you do any reasonable Java development in these conditions?
That said, I agree the default behavior of PegDown should be no timeout, and maybe we should use Integer.MAX_VALUE in gwt-site (AFAICT, the timeout cannot be turned off; created an issue for it: https://github.com/sirthias/pegdown/issues/98)
Feel free to propose such a change in Gerrit, we'll see what Daniel thinks of it.--
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