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    jw

    5 years ago
    same reason you disable the Gradle daemon on CI
    danny

    danny

    5 years ago
    jw: using the daemon will limit the heap size to 1GB. Without, it’ll run without an Xmx. We tend to use the daemon for that reason, and also constrain the maximum heap sizes of compiler daemons for Java/Groovy etc with something like this
    with(project) { afterEvaluate { tasks.filter { it is AbstractCompile }.forEach { val hasOptions = it .javaClass .declaredMethods .filter { it.name == “getOptions” && it.returnType == CompileOptions::class.java } .isNotEmpty() if (hasOptions) { val options = it.javaClass.getDeclaredMethod(“getOptions”).invoke(it) as CompileOptions options.forkOptions.memoryMaximumSize = “1024m” } } } }
    Unfortunately, you have to use reflection (ick), there’s a mixed bag of implementations
    I’m sure Kotlin uses different options for it’s compiler daemon however?