Why there is no successful message [adopt-open-jdk]

Dalibor Topic dalibor.topic at oracle.com
Tue Aug 9 14:38:13 UTC 2016


Success or failure of a command is indicated by its exit code, rather than by parsing its natural language output. The former is a simple thing to do well, the latter is quite a bit harder.

Please see System.exit(int) for details.

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> On 09.08.2016, at 16:14, Rahman USTA <rahman.usta.88 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello;
> When we use jdk tools and if any used command is executed normally,
> terminal doesn't give a successful message. Is there any reason for that? I
> think people expect a message after a command execution is finished.
> Thanks
> -- 
> Rahman USTA
> Istanbul JUG
> https://github.com/rahmanusta <http://www.kodcu.com/>

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