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Re: [jdt-core-dev] Weird usage of Java Generics compiles correctly with JDT (and code runs) but does not compile with Oracle's compiler
- From: Danilo Tommasina <danilo.tommasina@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 14:51:20 +0100
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Thanks for the quick reply and sorry for posting at the wrong place.
For your info, I posted the same question on the OpenJDK mailing list
and they answered as follows:
These failures are caused by the fact that JDK 6 compiler doesn't
implement type-inference correctly. A lot of effort has been put into
JDK 7 compiler in order to get rid of all these problems (your program
compiles fine in JDK 7). However, some of those inference improvements
require source incompatible changes, which is why we cannot backport
these fixes in the JDK 6 release.
On 02/21/2012 01:50 PM, Srikanth S Adayapalam wrote:
[Please use newgroups/forums for discussions of this kind, the current list
for jdt developers]
The code you have posted compiles fine with javac7. I didn't analyze it
but it would appear the oracle compiler behavior at JDK6 time was incorrect
this got fixed in JDK7.
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