On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 2:43 PM, Edson Tirelli <ed.tirelli@gmail.com> wrote:
   Anyway, as you know by now, 5.2 is under heavy changes in the parser and compiler sides. The particular problem you mentioned was fixed yesterday, so no need to open a JIRA. Feel free to test against the latest HEAD if you can.  

Beautiful; I'll close the bug once I test from the trunk.
   Stay with us during this painful transition because when all is said and done, I believe users will be happy with the new language. At the core of the changes is the requirement to have constraints defined as: <field> <operator> <value>. This is gone in 5.2. Now you can write constraints as any valid boolean expression, no funky business necessary.

Oh, interesting.
   Drools compiler is now running all tests green as of last night (although we still have some ignored tests to check) and today I am trying to make sure all tests in all core modules run fine.

Great!  Glad to hear it.  Push those SNAPSHOTs.  :-)