Failed

org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.Compliance_1_5.test065 - 1.8 (from org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.TestAll)

Failing for the past 1 build (Since Failed#9 )
Took 0.63 sec.

Error Message

test065 - Eclipse found error(s) but Javac did not find any.
----------- Expected ------------

------------ but was ------------
----------\n
1. WARNING in X.java (at line 7)\n
 String foo() { return "Y-foo"; } \n
        ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
2. ERROR in X.java (at line 9)\n
 Z(){ \n
 ^^^\n
No enclosing instance of type X is available due to some intermediate constructor invocation\n
----------\n
3. WARNING in X.java (at line 12)\n
 String foo() { return "Z-foo"; } \n
        ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y.Z should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n

--------- Difference is ----------
 expected:<[]> but was:<[----------\n
1. WARNING in X.java (at line 7)\n
 String foo() { return "Y-foo"; } \n
        ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
2. ERROR in X.java (at line 9)\n
 Z(){ \n
 ^^^\n
No enclosing instance of type X is available due to some intermediate constructor invocation\n
----------\n
3. WARNING in X.java (at line 12)\n
 String foo() { return "Z-foo"; } \n
        ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y.Z should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
]>

Stacktrace

junit.framework.ComparisonFailure: test065 - Eclipse found error(s) but Javac did not find any.
----------- Expected ------------

------------ but was ------------
----------\n
1. WARNING in X.java (at line 7)\n
	String foo() { return "Y-foo"; }	\n
	       ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
2. ERROR in X.java (at line 9)\n
	Z(){	\n
	^^^\n
No enclosing instance of type X is available due to some intermediate constructor invocation\n
----------\n
3. WARNING in X.java (at line 12)\n
	String foo() { return "Z-foo"; }	\n
	       ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y.Z should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n

--------- Difference is ----------
 expected:<[]> but was:<[----------\n
1. WARNING in X.java (at line 7)\n
	String foo() { return "Y-foo"; }	\n
	       ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
2. ERROR in X.java (at line 9)\n
	Z(){	\n
	^^^\n
No enclosing instance of type X is available due to some intermediate constructor invocation\n
----------\n
3. WARNING in X.java (at line 12)\n
	String foo() { return "Z-foo"; }	\n
	       ^^^^^\n
The method foo() of type X.Y.Z should be tagged with @Override since it actually overrides a superclass method\n
----------\n
]>
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.junit.extension.TestCase.assertStringEquals(TestCase.java:260)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.junit.extension.TestCase.assertEquals(TestCase.java:236)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.AbstractRegressionTest.runJavac(AbstractRegressionTest.java:2044)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.AbstractRegressionTest.runTest(AbstractRegressionTest.java:2814)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.AbstractRegressionTest.runTest(AbstractRegressionTest.java:2539)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.AbstractRegressionTest.runNegativeTest(AbstractRegressionTest.java:2113)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.AbstractRegressionTest.runNegativeTest(AbstractRegressionTest.java:2102)
	at org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.Compliance_1_5.test065(Compliance_1_5.java:2148)

Standard Output

org.eclipse.jdt.core.tests.compiler.regression.Compliance_1_5#test065 - 1.8
X.java [
public class X {	
	public static void main(String[] arguments) {	
		new X().new Y().new Z().bar();	
	}	
	String foo() { return "X-foo"; }	
	class Y extends X {	
		String foo() { return "Y-foo"; }	
		class Z extends Y {	
			Z(){	
				//X.this.super();	
			}	
			String foo() { return "Z-foo"; }	
			void bar () {	
				System.out.println(X.this.foo());	
			}	
		}	
	}	
}	

]


Full results sent to /tmp/comptest/run.1514610271420/1.8.0_131_20171230_000432.txt

Standard Error

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