On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 4:09 PM, David Michel <dmichel76@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> We all know that generics have been introduced in jdk 1.5 and that
> Sun's javac still accepts raw types for backward compatibility.
> With gcj, however, one will always get some warnings like "Vector is a
> raw type. References to generic type Vector<T> should be
> parameterized" when using raw types. It's easy to write the code with
> generics properly so that these warnings do not appear, however, how
> does one deal with, for instance, a method from a somewhat older
> legacy code that returns a raw type.
> What is the proper way to deal with this ?
> Is there a way to switch these warnings off ?
Put @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") at the top of the method (or class)
that does the unchecked type parameter conversions.