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[mkgmap-dev] Running mkgmap in Eclipse

From walter.wright at gmail.com walter.wright at gmail.com on Thu Mar 24 16:32:25 GMT 2011

Hi Steve,

I'm really baffled about this.

To eliminate any conflicts with the rest of the project, I just visited a  
work colleague, got him to start up a new Eclipse Java 1.6 project and type  
in just the Class and the get() method declarations. That produces the same  

If there are any fellow Eclipse users watching, I'd be interested to know  
if anything is reported with respect to this Class (warnings even)?.
The version of Eclipse I use was downloaded about 4 weeks ago from the  
Apache site, so it's not stale.
The JVM is version 1.6.0_06.


On , Steve Ratcliffe <steve at parabola.me.uk> wrote:
> On 24/03/11 14:11, Walter Wright wrote:

> Hi Walter

> > Do you see the compilation error in MultiHashMap.java? If not, it may

> > just come down to my using Eclipse.

> > MultiHashMap.java: Line 24:

> > Name clash: The method get(K) of type MultiHashMap has the same erasure

> > as get(Object) of type HashMap but does not override it

> No I don't see that.

> Does it really not allow you to compile it? I am suprised since many

> people use eclipse and it has not been mentioned before. I think that

> eclipse is wrong in this case, but as with all generics problems I

> reserve the right to change my mind :)

> ..Steve

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