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andy.herrick at oracle.com
Tue Aug 27 12:18:06 UTC 2019
to address this we added the option --win-console.
I'm not sure why the comments in JDK-8211299 are marked as confidential
(so you can't see them), but using --win-console option makes running
the app more like running "java.exe" instead of "javaw.exe" (where
stderr/stdout will not show).
I added a non-confidential comment to JDK-8211299 to that effect.
On 8/27/2019 4:06 AM, Schnoor Jonas wrote:
> First of all: Thank you very much for JPackage. This looks very promising.
> To give some feedback: I just tried JPackage on Windows 10 and I believe I ran into this bug: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8211299
> It says the bug is fixed but I do not see anything written to either System.out or System.err.
> To make sure it was not something I am doing inside my application I tested it with a simple "Hello World" example and got the same result.
> When executing the JAR file directly using java -jar <JAR-File> I get the expected output in the CMD window.
> Can someone confirm this? Is this expected behaviour?
> BTW: When running the application inside the Git Bash (with MinGW) the output is displayed. But inside a Powershell/CMD window the output is _not_ displayed.
> If the application is started from a batch file no output is displayed either.
> -- Jonas
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