Circularity in type lookup

Issue #117 resolved
Jesper Öqvist created an issue

ExtendJ 7.1.1-323-g46f8b96 Java SE 8

There is a circular dependency in the type lookup algorithm:

package pkg.test;

import static pkg.test.A3.VAL;

public final class A3 implements Runnable {
        public static final int VAL = 8;

        Character.Subset f;

        public void run() { }

When Runnable is looked up the import statement is checked for imported types which causes the memberTypes attribute to be evaluated on pkg.test.A3. This in turn leads to a recursive lookup of Runnable. Removing the field f makes the same recursive behavior not happen, not sure why yet.

Comments (2)

  1. Jesper Öqvist reporter

    Fix circular definition of importedTypes attribute

    The attribute StaticImportDecl.importedTypes was effectively circular. This fixes the attribute declaration and removes caching for attributes that participate in the same circular evaluation.

    fixes #117 (bitbucket)

    → <<cset 930e00da18d4>>

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