[xep-support] Out of memory error?

Steve Ylvisaker sylvisaker at CHYconsultants.com
Mon May 1 11:55:13 PDT 2006

Michael - thanks for the help. With your example I was able to run XEP 
from the command line. And get all of the diagnostic info in a file.

Interestingly, my memory problem went away also as the entire document 
rendered correctly. So it would appear that users may see memory issues 
when running under the XEP Assistant.

Thanks again - Steve

Michael Sulyaev wrote:

>> I don't know how you'd make Java write errors to a file. Presumably 
>> you're
>> running it all interactively from a "Windows Command Prompt"? If you 
>> are,
>> you should just be able to scroll back to see all the errors.
> xep.bat -fo in.fo -ps out.ps 1>log.txt 2>&1
> invokes XEP to format in.fo to out.ps.
> Also cmd.exe performes the rediretion of stdout to a file called 
> log.txt and stderr to the same file. This works on Unix as well.
> If it really is an 'out of memory' issue, you will see it in log.txt 
> at the very end of the file.

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