New xpidl compiler for java Interfaces (moizilla/java/xpcom/java/xpidl) doesn't handle -o option . How to reproduce: compile moizilla/java/xpcom/java/xpidl, and then say "xpidl -m java -o test sampleInterface.idl and note, that sampleInterface.java file will be created instead of test.java. Original xpidl handles this option well and do not see reason to unhandle this option for java. Reproduced on Bc sources from 10/06/2000 and Mozilla PR3 under RH Linux 6.2 and Windows NT4.0 Suggesetd reason: New xpidl creates output file in xpidl_java.c with name interface_name.java and original output name from xpidl_idl.c was lost at this stage. This bug can cause only a little inconvenience in work, set severity to minor
This is not really a bug. Each Java interface should be generated in a single file. See bug #40108. Added a error message when using -o basename in -m java mode.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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