* Deepak Bhole <dbhole(a)redhat.com> [2014-04-02 14:16]:
* Mikolaj Izdebski <mizdebsk(a)redhat.com> [2014-04-02 07:21]:
> 3) Some new methods were added, which breaks existing code. Examples:
> java.util.Map - remove(K,V)
> java.util.List - sort(Comparator)
The java.util* ones use the new default mechanism and should pose no
problem afaik. Can you post a snippet of the error message?
ini4j runs into this problem. I filed the bug with the error message:
Basically, a class implements the java.util.Map interface and has a
method. With Java 8, java.util.Map gained a method with the same name
but a different return type. Now javac wont compile the class because
the implemented method is incompatible with the signature of the new
method in java.util.Map.
I don't see an obvious fix for this, at least for ini4j.
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