A has a reference to an instance of B B has a reference to an instance of C
Compile A.java. Run it have some sort of runtime issue.
I then delete a ';' from a line in C, save and recompile [A].java and C is never recompiled.
Is that normal? I understand that A doesn't have a direct ref to C, but I don't think I've ever had this happen before.
I suspect this is because I've normally had a commercial Compiler/IDE (I'm just using javac from the command line), and those do more extensive file checking , while javac just checks source files that it has direct refs to, but I'm not sure, so I thought I should ask.
[ June 07, 2007: Message edited by: Kevin Crays ] [ June 07, 2007: Message edited by: Kevin Crays ]
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