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Old 12-18-2007
Quote:
Originally Posted by fabulous2
I want
-XX:OnError="gdb - %p"
Try escaping the spaces that you want the shell to ignore....

Code:
-XX:OnError=\"gdb\ -\ %p\"

or quoting...

Code:
-XX:OnError="\"gdb - %p\""

 
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NAME
gcjh - - generate header files from Java class files SYNOPSIS
gcjh [OPTIONS]... CLASS... DESCRIPTION
The "gcjh" program is used to generate header files from class files. It can generate both CNI and JNI header files, as well as stub implementation files which can be used as a basis for implementing the required native methods. It is similar to "javah" but has slightly different command line options, and defaults to CNI. OPTIONS
See "javah" for a full description; this page only lists the additional options provided by "gcjh". CNI text options -add text Insert text into class body. -append text Append text after class declaration. -friend text Insert text as a "friend" declaration. -prepend text Insert text before start of class. Compatibility options (unused) -td DIR -M -MM -MD -MMD Unused compatibility option. Standard options: -help Print help text, then exit. -version Print version number, then exit. -JOPTION Pass argument to the Java runtime. BUGS
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