Dev d00ds, is there some way for Guvnor to filter out package-info? I'm not sure if
there are other pseudo classes out there besides package-info, but you could just filter
out all classes with names that are not java identifiers just to future proof.
--- On Tue, 3/24/09, glasscat <aburasheed(a)studentmasjid.com> wrote:
From: glasscat <aburasheed(a)studentmasjid.com>
Subject: Re: [rules-dev] drools compiler issue
Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 12:10 PM
Thanks for the response Greg. I was using the Govunor and it
added all the
jaxws artifacts in the imports.
I guess I have to manually add only the necessary imports.
Greg Barton wrote:
> java packages can not have hyphens. A package name
must consist of java
> identifiers and periods:
> The package-info cannot be imported, even in a regular
java file. (Really,
> just try!) It's used to apply package level
annotations, but beyond this
> has no use, afaik. When compiled it creates an
abstract interface that
> cannot be extended or imported. (Because it's
named using an identifier
> that contains a hyphen...)
> --- On Mon, 3/23/09, Abu Rasheed
>> From: Abu Rasheed
>> Subject: [rules-dev] drools compiler issue
>> To: rules-dev(a)lists.jboss.org
>> Date: Monday, March 23, 2009, 3:41 PM
>> I'm using the Drools 5.0.0 M5, with Guvnor,
when I tried
>> to save and
>> validate my configuration, I got this error:
>> [ERR 102] Line 5:63 mismatched input '-'
>> It's pointing to this line:
>> import <my pachage path>.package-info
>> Does drools support package with "-"
>> The package is part of
>> jaxws generated artifacts.
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