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From Steve Loughran <>
Subject Re: Can't compile with <apt>
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 13:05:35 GMT
Mark McKay wrote:
> Steve Loughran wrote:
>> Mark McKay wrote:
>>> Hmm.  Looks like it was my fault.  The annotation processor I wrote 
>>> was making a call to Filer.createTextFile() with null being passed in 
>>> as the second argument (which was throwing a NullPointerException ).  
>>> When I fixed this, I was able to compile.  For some reason, when I 
>>> was creating the small test case, this NullPointerException was 
>>> printed out, but this didn't happen when I was processing my large 
>>> project.  Does apt print a stack trace whenever it encounters an 
>>> exception?
>>> Thanks,
>> I have no idea. the task is a simple wrapper around it, and it will go 
>> away in java6 anyway.
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> Oh?  I posted to the list last week, and someone said that <apt> is here 
> to stay.  Is it going to be rolled into <javac>?

<apt> the task will, stay, but apt the funcationality goes away in java 
SE 6.0. Pull down a beta and see.

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