After I open anki and exit, these java processes keep filling my ram. How can I make them exit after I close anki on Windows?
Tracing build problems
You can run bazel with ‘-s’ to print the commands that are being executed.
Also, how could I use this
-s option on Windows? I just migrated to this bazel thing, and I only know how to open anki by calling
run.bat. I tried editing
bazel.bat, but did not worked:
F:\anki2>\bazel\bazel -s --output_user_root=\bazel\anki run //qt:runanki -k -- [FATAL 03:08:07.277 src/main/cpp/blaze.cc:1293] Unknown startup option: '-s'. For more info, run 'bazel help startup_options'.