It turns out there is a bug in the idl.jj compiler which doesn't pass
along the current "sourceDirectory" to 2nd level nested imports. I'll
file a bug and upload a patch and associated test. Any chance we can
spin 1.6.3 really fast?
I tried adding a jar of the avdl files as a dependency on the
avro-maven-plugin but that did not add the jar to the classpath in a way
that the new resource classpath loader could find it.
Suggestions greatly appreciated.
On 2/22/12 10:40 AM, George Fletcher wrote:
> It appears that AVRO 1.6.2 broked nested IDL imports. Our project is
> set up as follows. We use the IDL for all protocol and type
> definitions. In order to share types, we create "empty" avdl protocol
> files and name them like A_Protocol and A_Protocol_Types.avdl. That
> ways protocol B which might need the types used in protocol A and just
> import A_Protocol_Types.avdl.
> I'm in the process of updating our baseline to move to 1.6.2 and I
> noticed that first level imports work but second level imports fail.
> All the necessary AVDL files are in the same directory. Take a set up
> like below.
> imports A_Protocol_Types.avdl
> imports B_Protocol_Types.avdl
> imports A_Protocol_Types.avdl <-- This fails with a File not
> Found exception
> This works just fine with Avro 1.5.x so I'm thinking something changed
> in Avro 1.6.2 that is breaking the behavior of following the imports.
> Has anyone else run into this problem?
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