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When is a class "API"? [message #805283] Thu, 23 February 2012 15:26 Go to next message
Thorsten Meinl is currently offline Thorsten Meinl
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Another question regarding API tooling: when does the checker consider a
class as being API? We have some classes that changed between the
baseline but they are meant to be used only inside the plugin. Even
flagging them with @noextend and @noinstantiate still gives error on the
MANIFEST that the minor version should be increased because of an API
change. How do I make a class non-API?

Thorsten
Re: When is a class "API"? [message #805384 is a reply to message #805283] Thu, 23 February 2012 17:41 Go to previous message
Thorsten Meinl is currently offline Thorsten Meinl
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OK, I can probably answer this myself now: everything is API except if
you add x-internal:=true to the Export-Package declaration in the
manifest. Is this correct?
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