I've recently migrated to Eclipse 3.1M2 and JBoss IDE 1.4 in order to be able to use java generics. When I run XDoclet through Eclipse, it fails parsing java generics. Here is a sample error :
[ejbdoclet] Error parsing File G:\rubis_server\src\com\rubis\app\calculation\ejb\CalculationQueryDeletionProgramBean.java:Encountered "<" at line 117, column 22.
Line 117 of my file is the following : ArrayList\<CalculationQueryLocal\> queryList = new ArrayList\<CalculationQueryLocal\>((ArrayList\)queries); Please ingore the backslashes that I added to this java syntax in order to avoid confilcts with html brackets.
Obviously, the xdoclet jar files installed with JBoss IDE 1.4 cannot parse generics. Is this true ?