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Is there any problem in making a Roo Entity Serializable?Page Title Module
The last comment, Anttix 2011-11-12 08:31:46 EST, talks about Roo.
That's interesting of course, but Olivier Thomanns comment was also interesting in that he noted this issue was reproduceable using the plain compiler. I don't have the problem with maven from the command line but I didn't use the -X or -e flags.
I haven't had the need before for such a solution like this one, so I haven't fully analyzed why this seems to be so.
OK, so I reran "mvn clean install -X -e" and out of the thousands lines resulting from this "inconsistent" isn't mentioned. If this was a problem with any compiler, then maven would also display a problem somewhere no? I have logging set to WARNING at the project level.
What happen when you run "mvn clean install -X -e" from the command line in your project? Am I wrong that this error message should be displayed within maven or in one of the logs? Maybe maven just sidesteps this issue somehow.