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  1. how can i fix this? i am compiling a single EXE, but i don't know where the .sym files are located. ------------------------ Parsing Stage --------------------------------------- Fault 959 - Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes: org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and re-compile the project. For multi-component applications (DLLs plus EXE), you have to specify non-overlapping .class/.jar LOOKUPs for each component's project. For details, consult JET User's Guide: Chapter "Dynamic linking", Section "Creating your own DLL". * [ ***.01 F959 ] * Inconsistent compilation set detected when processing the following classes: org/apache/commons/digester/SetNestedPropertiesRule.class org/apache/commons/digester/Rule.class If you compile your classes into single EXE or DLL, remove .sym files and re-compile the project.
  2. i am running an executable that i compiled with excelsior, and it seems to be starting properly. my original java program logs to a log file, which my executable is also doing. however, there is a point where my application doesn't log any more but the executable hasn't crashed and is still running. what is the best approach to inspect the state of my executable? normally if i had a traditional java program running, i would use jstack to see what Threads are hung - is there is equivalent approach in this case?
  3. hi- when running my application in "test run", it runs for a while until it fails with this message: === #RTS: Unable to handle an exception.\n#RTS: Unable to handle an exception.\n --------------------------------------------------------------------------- The application has terminated with exit code: -1073741788 === is there a way to get more information about what exception it couldn't handle? thanks, augusto.