Misconfiguration warning should check differently on server argument
I just updated the jdk from openJDK to Oracle JDK on my Ubuntu installation.
I also updated the spoofax version installed in my eclipse to
Now I get this warning from Spoofax:
Spoofax needs Eclipse to be started with (can be set in eclipse.ini): -vmargs -server -Xmx1024m -Xss8m The following options are currently missing: -server
-serverargument is part of my
eclipse.ini, preceded by
When I look at the source code (HEAD Trunk) that’s checking the options, it seems to check the JVM Arguments for the
However, when I inspect the running Eclipse instance with jvisualvm, I don’t see
-serveras part of the JVM Arguments, although the JVM that runs is
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (23.7-b01, mixed mode).
-serverargument seems to work correctly, or do I misunderstand what this parameter should do?
Possibly related: #641 Warning about misconfiguration is order-sensitiveSubmitted by Elmer van Chastelet on 20 February 2013 at 16:22
-serveris an optimisation flag for HotSpot.
Duplicate of https://yellowgrass.org/issue/Spoofax/641.
I don’t think it’s the same issue, at least not caused by checking arguments order sensitive (as the title of the suggested duplicate says). The
-serverargument is discarded in my case and doesn’t appear as jvm argument when I inspect jvisualvm.
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