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package private abstract base classes with public members

See original GitHub issue

Using version 1.11.2, Java 17, Clojure 1.11.0-beta1.

Due to Clojure issue ‘Cannot resolve public generic method from package-private base class’, the classes and$Builder make it hard to use msal4j with Clojure.

An easy fix would be to make the two classes public. I was not able to test this, unfortunately. Let me know if you need some Clojure test project to check.


Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:6 (3 by maintainers)

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chrisbetzcommented, May 12, 2022

👍🏻 Thanks, @Avery-Dunn , I was successfully able to test it and now it’s piece of cake to retrieve an access token using Clojure.

Avery-Dunncommented, May 6, 2022

Sorry for the delay on this, but these classes were made public in, and this was part of the recent 1.12.0 release.

If the issue is still unresolved or if there are any related issues feel free to re-open this thread or open a new one.

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