Yes, you are correct having now gone and checked it, (thanks to
StackOverflow). Hopefully this will be resolved when I sort all the
version properties out, I would guess that some kind of
compatibility flag is getting set on the ant compiler as a result to
On 23/11/2010 10:55, Dmitry Sklyut wrote:
In Java 6 you can add @Override to a method from Interface. That
is why I failed initially. STS was happy but ant build was not.
On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 4:12 AM,
Christopher Frost <frostc@xxxxxxxxxx>
The source and target version is set incorrectly in build
property files all over the place. I have a task this sprint
to go through and set it all to 1.6. I was hoping it would
be fairly straight forward to do but by the looks of it I'm
going to be tidying the code up a little as I go.
Thanks for the pointer,
I believe @Override is indeed an invalid annotation when
applied to a method from an interface not a superclass.
On 22/11/2010 21:34, Dmitry Sklyut wrote:
Is there any reason why source/target for
virgo-build (common/common.properties) is set to
I tried to change source.version to 1.6 but that
did not help. I had @Override annotation from
interface and that failed compilation.
Still did not help. Thoughts?
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