Where from "has private access in " is logged? I'd like to suppress it
jonathan.gibbons at oracle.com
Sat Feb 26 17:00:53 PST 2011
I was testing with the Developer Preview build, b130.
To see the build number, use "javac -fullversion".
On 02/25/2011 12:13 PM, Gabriele Kahlout wrote:
> What about the release of the jdk in which this works? I've tested it
> (prior to asking here) with javac 1.7.0-ea.
> I''ve found another solution (not better to just not having javac
> complain) where I always get the scope for the statement before the
> faulty one (which will be replaced). By then the scope is correct.
> This worked except with the case where the faulty stmt is the first in
> the enclosing block.
> What I tried there is getting the scope for the treepath up to the
> enclosing block but that gives the same result as getting it for the
> first statement in that block (it seems). I wasn't expecting this, is
> this a bug or a feature? I think i can modify the sample of yesterday
> to demonstrate.
> On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 9:02 PM, Jonathan Gibbons
> <jonathan.gibbons at oracle.com <mailto:jonathan.gibbons at oracle.com>> wrote:
> On 02/24/2011 10:10 PM, Gabriele Kahlout wrote:
> Awesome! Any reference to the bug and to the (first) version
> of the jdk where this is fixed? Why wasn't this fixed against
> jdk6 versions too?
> There is no specific bug relating to your issue, meaning that the
> issue has been fixed as part of some other work. There are over
> 30 changesets for the file in question and I would estimate that
> about 50% of the lines of code have been changed (in
> Resolve.java.) Regrettably, it is not always practical or
> desirable to back port all work into earlier releases.
> -- Jon
> K. Gabriele
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