slightly ot: java9 runtime images
tbee at tbee.org
Fri May 15 18:14:57 UTC 2015
It tried every angle, including tempfile. Problem is that that the initial JVM creates the file, so it can consider it a temp file, for the spawned JVM it is an existing file.
On 15-5-2015 12:28, Werner Lehmann wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> could you do this with File.deleteOnExit? Question is, can it delete jars on its own classpath...
> On 14.05.2015 08:22, Tom Eugelink wrote:
>> Unfortunately you cannot have the spawned JVM cleanup after itself, otherwise I could stop the initial JVM after it spawned the other.
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