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opensource21

Recompile of classes in test doesn't work

Reported by opensource21 | November 12th, 2010 @ 08:35 PM

Please include as much relevant information as possible including the exact framework version you're using and a code snippet that reproduces the problem.

Framework version: 1.1
Platform you're using: Linux

Reproduction steps:
Download revision 18 from https://code.launchpad.net/~opensource21/+junk/permsec or use the attached project. Change to permsec/samples-and-tests/uniquetest. Start play test and start via web-interface the UniqueTest. Well everything works fine. Then make a small change in UniqueTest and try to start again via web-interface of course without restart the server. Then I get a compiling error
"The file /test/UniqueTest.java could not be compiled. Error raised is : TestWithPlayContext cannot be resolved to a type"

The compile should work after a change

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Don't have too much expectations. Unless the bug is really a serious "everything is broken" thing, you're creating a ticket to start a discussion. Having a patch (or a branch on Github we can pull from) is better, but then again we'll only pull high quality branches that make sense to be in the core of Play.

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