Correct, my launch;
java -Xmx1000m -jar "C:\Program Files\tattletale-1.1.2.Final\tattletale.jar" ./fewjars ./outputFewJars
console output, and output directory is empty:
C:\temp\tattle>java -Xmx1000m -jar "C:\Program Files\tattletale-1.1.2.Final\tattletale.jar" ./fewjars ./outputFewJars
And out of the 250+ jars, only about 150 are in the archives list. I think it's mostly the jars of Birt (http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/birt/downloads/drops/R-R1-4_2_2-201302161152/birt-runtime-4_2_2.zip) which are ignored, though some of it's jars aren't ignored and appear normally...
Try more memory - Tattletale requires a lot
More than 1000M for 8 jars? The 8 jars total less than 1M, and then they don't result in any report... Also I'd be out of luck because I'm on a 32 bit machine... :\
Besides I'm fairly sure that if an Out of Memory error or other exceptions occurred there would be a notification? I don't remember the process going much over 4-500M yesterday when I ran it with all the jars... I'm running it once again, it started at about 70M, now it's hovering at 160M, 220M... Anyhow, doubt it's the memory because running with 8 jars would definitely work and it does not...
About 25 minutes later, it's at 255M, and has done about half the job I think... 55 minutes later, still 255M, it's just not climbing. So it definitely does not look to be a memory issue... All the jars btw total 100M
No other idea anyone? I did another test with a previous version of Birt, and out of the 150 jars in total, 139 show up in the archives list.
Is there anyway to activate logs or anything? Maybe an option to try? Anyhow, looks like I might not be able to get to run this correctly...