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8149600: javac, remove unused options, step 2 Reviewed-by: jjg, mcimadamore
author vromero
date Mon, 22 Feb 2016 16:17:25 -0800
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# Messages in this file which use "placeholders" for values (e.g. {0}, {1})
# are preceded by a stylized comment describing the type of the corresponding
# values.
# The simple types currently in use are:
#
# boolean           true or false
# diagnostic        a sub-message; see compiler.misc.*
# fragment          similar to 'message segment', but with more specific type
# modifier          a Java modifier; e.g. public, private, protected
# file              a file URL
# file object       a file URL - similar to 'file' but typically used for source/class files, hence more specific
# name              a name, typically a Java identifier
# number            an integer
# option name       the name of a command line option
# source version    a source version number, such as 1.5, 1.6, 1.7
# string            a general string
# symbol            the name of a declared type
# symbol kind       the kind of a symbol (i.e. method, variable)
# kind name         an informative description of the kind of a declaration; see compiler.misc.kindname.*
# token             the name of a non-terminal in source code; see compiler.misc.token.*
# type              a Java type; e.g. int, X, X<T>
# object            a Java object (unspecified)
# unused            the value is not used in this message
#
# The following compound types are also used:
#
# list of X         a comma-separated list of items; e.g. list of type
# set of X          a comma-separated collection of items; e.g. set of modifier
#
# These may be composed:
#
# list of type or message segment
#
# The following type aliases are supported:
#
# message segment --> diagnostic or fragment
# file name --> file or file object
#
# Custom comments are supported in parenthesis i.e.
#
# number (classfile major version)
#
# These comments are used internally in order to generate an enum-like class declaration containing
# a method/field for each of the diagnostic keys listed here. Those methods/fields can then be used
# by javac code to build diagnostics in a type-safe fashion.
#
# In addition, these comments are verified by the jtreg test test/tools/javac/diags/MessageInfo,
# using info derived from the collected set of examples in test/tools/javac/diags/examples.
# MessageInfo can also be run as a standalone utility providing more facilities
# for manipulating this file. For more details, see MessageInfo.java.

##
## errors
##

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.abstract.cant.be.instantiated=\
    {0} is abstract; cannot be instantiated

compiler.err.abstract.meth.cant.have.body=\
    abstract methods cannot have a body

compiler.err.already.annotated=\
    {0} {1} has already been annotated

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol, 2: symbol kind, 3: symbol
compiler.err.already.defined=\
    {0} {1} is already defined in {2} {3}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol, 2: symbol kind, 3: symbol kind, 4: symbol
compiler.err.already.defined.in.clinit=\
    {0} {1} is already defined in {2} of {3} {4}

# 0: string
compiler.err.already.defined.single.import=\
    a type with the same simple name is already defined by the single-type-import of {0}

# 0: string
compiler.err.already.defined.static.single.import=\
    a type with the same simple name is already defined by the static single-type-import of {0}

compiler.err.already.defined.this.unit=\
    {0} is already defined in this compilation unit

# 0: type, 1: list of name
compiler.err.annotation.missing.default.value=\
    annotation @{0} is missing a default value for the element ''{1}''

# 0: type, 1: list of name
compiler.err.annotation.missing.default.value.1=\
    annotation @{0} is missing default values for elements {1}

# 0: type
compiler.err.annotation.not.valid.for.type=\
    annotation not valid for an element of type {0}

compiler.err.annotation.type.not.applicable=\
    annotation type not applicable to this kind of declaration

# 0: type
compiler.err.annotation.type.not.applicable.to.type=\
    annotation @{0} not applicable in this type context

compiler.err.annotation.value.must.be.annotation=\
    annotation value must be an annotation

compiler.err.annotation.value.must.be.class.literal=\
    annotation value must be a class literal

compiler.err.annotation.value.must.be.name.value=\
    annotation values must be of the form ''name=value''

compiler.err.annotation.value.not.allowable.type=\
    annotation value not of an allowable type

compiler.err.anon.class.impl.intf.no.args=\
    anonymous class implements interface; cannot have arguments

compiler.err.anon.class.impl.intf.no.typeargs=\
    anonymous class implements interface; cannot have type arguments

compiler.err.anon.class.impl.intf.no.qual.for.new=\
    anonymous class implements interface; cannot have qualifier for new

compiler.err.cant.inherit.from.anon=\
    cannot inherit from anonymous class

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol
compiler.err.array.and.varargs=\
    cannot declare both {0} and {1} in {2}

compiler.err.array.dimension.missing=\
    array dimension missing

# 0: type
compiler.err.array.req.but.found=\
    array required, but {0} found

compiler.err.attribute.value.must.be.constant=\
    element value must be a constant expression

# 0: string (statement type)
compiler.err.bad.initializer=\
    bad initializer for {0}

compiler.err.break.outside.switch.loop=\
    break outside switch or loop

# 0: name
compiler.err.call.must.be.first.stmt.in.ctor=\
    call to {0} must be first statement in constructor

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type or message segment, 3: list of type or message segment, 4: symbol kind, 5: type, 6: message segment
compiler.err.cant.apply.symbol=\
    {0} {1} in {4} {5} cannot be applied to given types;\n\
    required: {2}\n\
    found: {3}\n\
    reason: {6}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type
compiler.err.cant.apply.symbols=\
    no suitable {0} found for {1}({2})

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type or message segment, 3: list of type or message segment, 4: symbol kind, 5: type, 6: message segment
compiler.misc.cant.apply.symbol=\
    {0} {1} in {4} {5} cannot be applied to given types\n\
    required: {2}\n\
    found: {3}\n\
    reason: {6}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type
compiler.misc.cant.apply.symbols=\
    no suitable {0} found for {1}({2})

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.no.abstracts=\
    no abstract method found in {0} {1}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.incompatible.abstracts=\
    multiple non-overriding abstract methods found in {0} {1}

compiler.err.bad.functional.intf.anno=\
    Unexpected @FunctionalInterface annotation

# 0: message segment
compiler.err.bad.functional.intf.anno.1=\
    Unexpected @FunctionalInterface annotation\n\
    {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.not.a.functional.intf=\
    {0} is not a functional interface

# 0: symbol, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.not.a.functional.intf.1=\
    {0} is not a functional interface\n\
    {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol kind, 2: symbol
compiler.misc.invalid.generic.lambda.target=\
    invalid functional descriptor for lambda expression\n\
    method {0} in {1} {2} is generic

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.incompatible.descs.in.functional.intf=\
    incompatible function descriptors found in {0} {1}

# 0: name, 1: list of type, 2: type, 3: list of type
compiler.misc.descriptor=\
    descriptor: {2} {0}({1})

# 0: name, 1: list of type, 2: type, 3: list of type
compiler.misc.descriptor.throws=\
    descriptor: {2} {0}({1}) throws {3}

# 0: type
compiler.misc.no.suitable.functional.intf.inst=\
    cannot infer functional interface descriptor for {0}

# 0: message segment
compiler.misc.bad.intersection.target.for.functional.expr=\
    bad intersection type target for lambda or method reference\n\
    {0}

# 0: symbol or type
compiler.misc.not.an.intf.component=\
    component type {0} is not an interface

# 0: symbol kind, 1: message segment
compiler.err.invalid.mref=\
    invalid {0} reference\n\
    {1}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.invalid.mref=\
    invalid {0} reference\n\
    {1}

compiler.misc.static.mref.with.targs=\
    parameterized qualifier on static method reference

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cant.assign.val.to.final.var=\
    cannot assign a value to final variable {0}

# 0: symbol, 1: message segment
compiler.err.cant.ref.non.effectively.final.var=\
    local variables referenced from {1} must be final or effectively final

compiler.err.try.with.resources.expr.needs.var=\
    the try-with-resources resource must either be a variable declaration or an expression denoting \
a reference to a final or effectively final variable

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.try.with.resources.expr.effectively.final.var=\
    variable {0} used as a try-with-resources resource neither final nor effectively final


compiler.misc.lambda=\
    a lambda expression

compiler.misc.inner.cls=\
    an inner class

# 0: type
compiler.err.cant.deref=\
    {0} cannot be dereferenced

compiler.err.cant.extend.intf.annotation=\
    ''extends'' not allowed for @interfaces

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cant.inherit.from.final=\
    cannot inherit from final {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cant.ref.before.ctor.called=\
    cannot reference {0} before supertype constructor has been called

compiler.err.cant.select.static.class.from.param.type=\
    cannot select a static class from a parameterized type

# 0: symbol, 1: string, 2: string
compiler.err.cant.inherit.diff.arg=\
    {0} cannot be inherited with different arguments: <{1}> and <{2}>

compiler.err.catch.without.try=\
    ''catch'' without ''try''

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.err.clash.with.pkg.of.same.name=\
    {0} {1} clashes with package of same name

compiler.err.class.not.allowed=\
    class, interface or enum declaration not allowed here

compiler.err.const.expr.req=\
    constant expression required

compiler.err.cont.outside.loop=\
    continue outside of loop

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cyclic.inheritance=\
    cyclic inheritance involving {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cyclic.annotation.element=\
    type of element {0} is cyclic

# 0: unused
compiler.err.call.to.super.not.allowed.in.enum.ctor=\
    call to super not allowed in enum constructor

# 0: type
compiler.err.no.superclass=\
    {0} has no superclass.

# 0: symbol, 1: type, 2: symbol, 3: type, 4: unused
compiler.err.concrete.inheritance.conflict=\
    methods {0} from {1} and {2} from {3} are inherited with the same signature

compiler.err.default.allowed.in.intf.annotation.member=\
    default value only allowed in an annotation type declaration

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.doesnt.exist=\
    package {0} does not exist

# 0: type
compiler.err.duplicate.annotation.invalid.repeated=\
    annotation {0} is not a valid repeatable annotation

# 0: name, 1: type
compiler.err.duplicate.annotation.member.value=\
    duplicate element ''{0}'' in annotation @{1}.

# 0: name, 1: unused
compiler.err.duplicate.annotation.missing.container=\
    {0} is not a repeatable annotation type

# 0: type, 1: unused
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation=\
    duplicate annotation: {0} is annotated with an invalid @Repeatable annotation

# 0: symbol or type
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.no.value=\
    {0} is not a valid @Repeatable, no value element method declared

# 0: type, 1: number
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.multiple.values=\
    {0} is not a valid @Repeatable, {1} element methods named ''value'' declared

# 0: type
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.invalid.value=\
    {0} is not a valid @Repeatable: invalid value element

# 0: symbol or type, 1: unused, 2: type
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.value.return=\
    containing annotation type ({0}) must declare an element named ''value'' of type {2}

# 0: symbol or type, 1: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.elem.nondefault=\
    containing annotation type ({0}) does not have a default value for element {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: unused, 2: symbol, 3: unused
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.retention=\
    retention of containing annotation type ({0}) is shorter than the retention of repeatable annotation type ({2})

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.not.documented=\
    repeatable annotation type ({1}) is @Documented while containing annotation type ({0}) is not

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.not.inherited=\
    repeatable annotation type ({1}) is @Inherited while containing annotation type ({0}) is not

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.incompatible.target=\
    containing annotation type ({0}) is applicable to more targets than repeatable annotation type ({1})

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.repeated.and.container.present=\
    container {0} must not be present at the same time as the element it contains

# 0: type, 1: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.not.applicable=\
    container {0} is not applicable to element {1}

# 0: type
compiler.err.invalid.repeatable.annotation.not.applicable.in.context=\
    container {0} is not applicable in this type context

# 0: name
compiler.err.duplicate.class=\
    duplicate class: {0}

compiler.err.duplicate.case.label=\
    duplicate case label

compiler.err.duplicate.default.label=\
    duplicate default label

compiler.err.else.without.if=\
    ''else'' without ''if''

compiler.err.empty.char.lit=\
    empty character literal

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.encl.class.required=\
    an enclosing instance that contains {0} is required

compiler.err.enum.annotation.must.be.enum.constant=\
    an enum annotation value must be an enum constant

compiler.err.enum.cant.be.instantiated=\
    enum types may not be instantiated

compiler.err.enum.label.must.be.unqualified.enum=\
    an enum switch case label must be the unqualified name of an enumeration constant

compiler.err.enum.no.subclassing=\
    classes cannot directly extend java.lang.Enum

compiler.err.enum.types.not.extensible=\
    enum types are not extensible

compiler.err.enum.no.finalize=\
    enums cannot have finalize methods

# 0: file name, 1: string
compiler.err.error.reading.file=\
    error reading {0}; {1}

# 0: type
compiler.err.except.already.caught=\
    exception {0} has already been caught

# 0: type
compiler.err.except.never.thrown.in.try=\
    exception {0} is never thrown in body of corresponding try statement

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.final.parameter.may.not.be.assigned=\
    final parameter {0} may not be assigned

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.try.resource.may.not.be.assigned=\
    auto-closeable resource {0} may not be assigned

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.multicatch.parameter.may.not.be.assigned=\
    multi-catch parameter {0} may not be assigned

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.multicatch.types.must.be.disjoint=\
    Alternatives in a multi-catch statement cannot be related by subclassing\n\
    Alternative {0} is a subclass of alternative {1}

compiler.err.finally.without.try=\
    ''finally'' without ''try''

# 0: type, 1: message segment
compiler.err.foreach.not.applicable.to.type=\
    for-each not applicable to expression type\n\
    required: {1}\n\
    found:    {0}

compiler.err.fp.number.too.large=\
    floating point number too large

compiler.err.fp.number.too.small=\
    floating point number too small

compiler.err.generic.array.creation=\
    generic array creation

compiler.err.generic.throwable=\
    a generic class may not extend java.lang.Throwable

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.icls.cant.have.static.decl=\
    Illegal static declaration in inner class {0}\n\
    modifier \''static\'' is only allowed in constant variable declarations

# 0: string
compiler.err.illegal.char=\
    illegal character: ''{0}''

compiler.err.illegal.char.for.encoding=\
    unmappable character for encoding {0}

# 0: set of modifier, 1: set of modifier
compiler.err.illegal.combination.of.modifiers=\
    illegal combination of modifiers: {0} and {1}

compiler.err.illegal.enum.static.ref=\
    illegal reference to static field from initializer

compiler.err.illegal.esc.char=\
    illegal escape character

compiler.err.illegal.forward.ref=\
    illegal forward reference

# 0: symbol, 1: string
compiler.err.not.in.profile=\
    {0} is not available in profile ''{1}''

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.forward.ref=\
    reference to variable ''{0}'' before it has been initialized

compiler.err.illegal.self.ref=\
    self-reference in initializer

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.self.ref=\
    self-reference in initializer of variable ''{0}''

compiler.err.illegal.generic.type.for.instof=\
    illegal generic type for instanceof

# 0: type
compiler.err.illegal.initializer.for.type=\
    illegal initializer for {0}

compiler.err.illegal.line.end.in.char.lit=\
    illegal line end in character literal

compiler.err.illegal.nonascii.digit=\
    illegal non-ASCII digit

compiler.err.illegal.underscore=\
    illegal underscore

compiler.err.illegal.dot=\
    illegal ''.''

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.illegal.qual.not.icls=\
    illegal qualifier; {0} is not an inner class

compiler.err.illegal.start.of.expr=\
    illegal start of expression

compiler.err.illegal.start.of.stmt=\
    illegal start of statement

compiler.err.illegal.start.of.type=\
    illegal start of type

compiler.err.illegal.unicode.esc=\
    illegal unicode escape

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.import.requires.canonical=\
    import requires canonical name for {0}

compiler.err.improperly.formed.type.param.missing=\
    improperly formed type, some parameters are missing

compiler.err.improperly.formed.type.inner.raw.param=\
    improperly formed type, type arguments given on a raw type

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.incomparable.types=\
    incomparable types: {0} and {1}

# 0: number
compiler.err.int.number.too.large=\
    integer number too large: {0}

compiler.err.intf.annotation.members.cant.have.params=\
    elements in annotation type declarations cannot declare formal parameters

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.intf.annotation.cant.have.type.params=\
    annotation type {0} cannot be generic

compiler.err.intf.annotation.members.cant.have.type.params=\
    elements in annotation type declarations cannot be generic methods

# 0: symbol, 1: type
compiler.err.intf.annotation.member.clash=\
    annotation type {1} declares an element with the same name as method {0}

compiler.err.intf.expected.here=\
    interface expected here

compiler.err.intf.meth.cant.have.body=\
    interface abstract methods cannot have body

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.invalid.annotation.member.type=\
    invalid type for element {0} of annotation type

compiler.err.invalid.binary.number=\
    binary numbers must contain at least one binary digit

compiler.err.invalid.hex.number=\
    hexadecimal numbers must contain at least one hexadecimal digit

compiler.err.invalid.meth.decl.ret.type.req=\
    invalid method declaration; return type required

compiler.err.varargs.and.old.array.syntax=\
    legacy array notation not allowed on variable-arity parameter

compiler.err.varargs.and.receiver =\
    varargs notation not allowed on receiver parameter

compiler.err.varargs.must.be.last =\
    varargs parameter must be the last parameter

compiler.err.array.and.receiver =\
    legacy array notation not allowed on receiver parameter

compiler.err.variable.not.allowed=\
    variable declaration not allowed here

# 0: name
compiler.err.label.already.in.use=\
    label {0} already in use

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.local.var.accessed.from.icls.needs.final=\
    local variable {0} is accessed from within inner class; needs to be declared final

compiler.err.local.enum=\
    enum types must not be local

compiler.err.cannot.create.array.with.type.arguments=\
    cannot create array with type arguments

compiler.err.cannot.create.array.with.diamond=\
    cannot create array with ''<>''

#
# limits.  We don't give the limits in the diagnostic because we expect
# them to change, yet we want to use the same diagnostic.  These are all
# detected during code generation.
#
compiler.err.limit.code=\
    code too large

compiler.err.limit.code.too.large.for.try.stmt=\
    code too large for try statement

compiler.err.limit.dimensions=\
    array type has too many dimensions

compiler.err.limit.locals=\
    too many local variables

compiler.err.limit.parameters=\
    too many parameters

compiler.err.limit.pool=\
    too many constants

compiler.err.limit.pool.in.class=\
    too many constants in class {0}

compiler.err.limit.stack=\
    code requires too much stack

compiler.err.limit.string=\
    constant string too long

compiler.err.limit.string.overflow=\
    UTF8 representation for string \"{0}...\" is too long for the constant pool

compiler.err.malformed.fp.lit=\
    malformed floating point literal

compiler.err.method.does.not.override.superclass=\
    method does not override or implement a method from a supertype

compiler.err.missing.meth.body.or.decl.abstract=\
    missing method body, or declare abstract

compiler.err.missing.ret.stmt=\
    missing return statement

# 0: unused
compiler.misc.missing.ret.val=\
    missing return value

compiler.misc.unexpected.ret.val=\
    unexpected return value

# 0: set of modifier
compiler.err.mod.not.allowed.here=\
    modifier {0} not allowed here

compiler.err.intf.not.allowed.here=\
    interface not allowed here

compiler.err.enums.must.be.static=\
    enum declarations allowed only in static contexts

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.name.clash.same.erasure=\
    name clash: {0} and {1} have the same erasure

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol, 4: unused, 5: unused
compiler.err.name.clash.same.erasure.no.override=\
    name clash: {0} in {1} and {2} in {3} have the same erasure, yet neither overrides the other

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol, 4: symbol, 5: symbol
compiler.err.name.clash.same.erasure.no.override.1=\
    name clash: {0} in {1} overrides a method whose erasure is the same as another method, yet neither overrides the other\n\
    first method:  {2} in {3}\n\
    second method: {4} in {5}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.err.name.clash.same.erasure.no.hide=\
    name clash: {0} in {1} and {2} in {3} have the same erasure, yet neither hides the other

compiler.err.name.reserved.for.internal.use=\
    {0} is reserved for internal use

compiler.err.native.meth.cant.have.body=\
    native methods cannot have a body

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.neither.conditional.subtype=\
    incompatible types for ?: neither is a subtype of the other\n\
    second operand: {0}\n\
    third operand : {1}


# 0: message segment
compiler.misc.incompatible.type.in.conditional=\
    bad type in conditional expression\n\
    {0}

compiler.misc.conditional.target.cant.be.void=\
    target-type for conditional expression cannot be void

# 0: type
compiler.misc.incompatible.ret.type.in.lambda=\
    bad return type in lambda expression\n\
    {0}

# 0: type
compiler.misc.incompatible.ret.type.in.mref=\
    bad return type in method reference\n\
    {0}

compiler.err.lambda.body.neither.value.nor.void.compatible=\
    lambda body is neither value nor void compatible

# 0: list of type
compiler.err.incompatible.thrown.types.in.mref=\
    incompatible thrown types {0} in method reference

compiler.misc.incompatible.arg.types.in.lambda=\
    incompatible parameter types in lambda expression

compiler.misc.incompatible.arg.types.in.mref=\
    incompatible parameter types in method reference

compiler.err.new.not.allowed.in.annotation=\
    ''new'' not allowed in an annotation

compiler.err.no.annotation.member=\
    no annotation member {0} in {1}

compiler.err.no.encl.instance.of.type.in.scope=\
    no enclosing instance of type {0} is in scope

compiler.err.no.intf.expected.here=\
    no interface expected here

compiler.err.no.match.entry=\
    {0} has no match in entry in {1}; required {2}

compiler.err.not.annotation.type=\
    {0} is not an annotation type

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.not.def.access.class.intf.cant.access=\
    {0} in {1} is defined in an inaccessible class or interface

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.not.def.access.class.intf.cant.access=\
    {0} in {1} is defined in an inaccessible class or interface

# 0: symbol, 1: list of type, 2: type
compiler.misc.cant.access.inner.cls.constr=\
    cannot access constructor {0}({1})\n\
    an enclosing instance of type {2} is not in scope

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.not.def.public.cant.access=\
    {0} is not public in {1}; cannot be accessed from outside package

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.not.def.public.cant.access=\
    {0} is not public in {1}; cannot be accessed from outside package

# 0: name
compiler.err.not.loop.label=\
    not a loop label: {0}

compiler.err.not.stmt=\
    not a statement

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.not.encl.class=\
    not an enclosing class: {0}

# 0: name, 1: type
compiler.err.operator.cant.be.applied=\
    bad operand type {1} for unary operator ''{0}''

# 0: name, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.err.operator.cant.be.applied.1=\
    bad operand types for binary operator ''{0}''\n\
    first type:  {1}\n\
    second type: {2}

compiler.err.pkg.annotations.sb.in.package-info.java=\
    package annotations should be in file package-info.java

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.pkg.clashes.with.class.of.same.name=\
    package {0} clashes with class of same name

compiler.err.warnings.and.werror=\
    warnings found and -Werror specified

# Errors related to annotation processing

# 0: symbol, 1: string, 2: string (stack-trace)
compiler.err.proc.cant.access=\
    cannot access {0}\n\
    {1}\n\
    Consult the following stack trace for details.\n\
    {2}

# 0: symbol, 1: string
compiler.err.proc.cant.access.1=\
    cannot access {0}\n\
    {1}

# 0: string
compiler.err.proc.cant.find.class=\
    Could not find class file for ''{0}''.

# Print a client-generated error message; assumed to be localized, no translation required
# 0: string
compiler.err.proc.messager=\
    {0}

# 0: list of string
compiler.err.proc.no.explicit.annotation.processing.requested=\
    Class names, ''{0}'', are only accepted if annotation processing is explicitly requested

compiler.err.proc.no.service=\
    A ServiceLoader was not usable and is required for annotation processing.

compiler.err.proc.processor.bad.option.name=\
    Bad option name ''{0}'' provided by processor ''{1}''

# 0: string
compiler.err.proc.processor.cant.instantiate=\
    Could not instantiate an instance of processor ''{0}''

# 0: string
compiler.err.proc.processor.not.found=\
    Annotation processor ''{0}'' not found

# 0: string
compiler.err.proc.processor.wrong.type=\
    Annotation processor ''{0}'' does not implement javax.annotation.processing.Processor

compiler.err.proc.service.problem=\
    Error creating a service loader to load Processors.

compiler.err.proc.bad.config.file=\
    Bad service configuration file, or exception thrown while constructing Processor object: {0}

compiler.err.proc.cant.create.loader=\
    Could not create class loader for annotation processors: {0}

# 0: unused
compiler.err.qualified.new.of.static.class=\
    qualified new of static class

compiler.err.recursive.ctor.invocation=\
    recursive constructor invocation

# 0: name, 1: symbol kind, 2: symbol, 3: symbol, 4: symbol kind, 5: symbol, 6: symbol
compiler.err.ref.ambiguous=\
    reference to {0} is ambiguous\n\
    both {1} {2} in {3} and {4} {5} in {6} match

# 0: name, 1: symbol kind, 2: symbol, 3: symbol, 4: symbol kind, 5: symbol, 6: symbol
compiler.misc.ref.ambiguous=\
    reference to {0} is ambiguous\n\
    both {1} {2} in {3} and {4} {5} in {6} match

compiler.err.repeated.annotation.target=\
    repeated annotation target

compiler.err.repeated.interface=\
    repeated interface

compiler.err.repeated.modifier=\
    repeated modifier

# 0: symbol, 1: set of modifier, 2: symbol
compiler.err.report.access=\
    {0} has {1} access in {2}

# 0: symbol, 1: set of modifier, 2: symbol
compiler.misc.report.access=\
    {0} has {1} access in {2}

compiler.err.ret.outside.meth=\
    return outside method

compiler.err.signature.doesnt.match.supertype=\
    signature does not match {0}; incompatible supertype

compiler.err.signature.doesnt.match.intf=\
    signature does not match {0}; incompatible interfaces

# 0: number, 1: number
compiler.err.method.invoked.with.incorrect.number.arguments=\
    method invoked with incorrect number of arguments; expected {0}, found {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol
compiler.err.does.not.override.abstract=\
    {0} is not abstract and does not override abstract method {1} in {2}

compiler.err.source.cant.overwrite.input.file=\
    error writing source; cannot overwrite input file {0}

compiler.err.stack.sim.error=\
    Internal error: stack sim error on {0}

compiler.err.static.imp.only.classes.and.interfaces=\
    static import only from classes and interfaces

compiler.err.string.const.req=\
    constant string expression required

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.err.synthetic.name.conflict=\
    the symbol {0} conflicts with a compiler-synthesized symbol in {1}

compiler.err.throws.not.allowed.in.intf.annotation=\
    throws clause not allowed in @interface members

compiler.err.try.without.catch.or.finally=\
    ''try'' without ''catch'' or ''finally''

compiler.err.try.without.catch.finally.or.resource.decls=\
    ''try'' without ''catch'', ''finally'' or resource declarations

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.type.doesnt.take.params=\
    type {0} does not take parameters

compiler.err.type.var.cant.be.deref=\
    cannot select from a type variable

compiler.err.type.var.may.not.be.followed.by.other.bounds=\
    a type variable may not be followed by other bounds

compiler.err.type.var.more.than.once=\
    type variable {0} occurs more than once in result type of {1}; cannot be left uninstantiated

compiler.err.type.var.more.than.once.in.result=\
    type variable {0} occurs more than once in type of {1}; cannot be left uninstantiated

# 0: type, 1: type, 2: string
compiler.err.types.incompatible.diff.ret=\
    types {0} and {1} are incompatible; both define {2}, but with unrelated return types

# 0: kind name, 1: type, 2: name, 3: list of type, 4: symbol, 5: symbol
compiler.err.types.incompatible.unrelated.defaults=\
    {0} {1} inherits unrelated defaults for {2}({3}) from types {4} and {5}

# 0: kind name, 1: type, 2: name, 3: list of type, 4: symbol, 5: symbol
compiler.err.types.incompatible.abstract.default=\
    {0} {1} inherits abstract and default for {2}({3}) from types {4} and {5}

# 0: name, 1: kind name, 2: symbol
compiler.err.default.overrides.object.member=\
    default method {0} in {1} {2} overrides a member of java.lang.Object

# 0: type
compiler.err.illegal.static.intf.meth.call=\
    illegal static interface method call\n\
    the receiver expression should be replaced with the type qualifier ''{0}''

# 0: type, 1: message segment
compiler.err.illegal.default.super.call=\
    bad type qualifier {0} in default super call\n\
    {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: type
compiler.misc.overridden.default=\
    method {0} is overridden in {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: type or symbol
compiler.misc.redundant.supertype=\
    redundant interface {0} is extended by {1}

compiler.err.unclosed.char.lit=\
    unclosed character literal

compiler.err.unclosed.comment=\
    unclosed comment

compiler.err.unclosed.str.lit=\
    unclosed string literal

# 0: name
compiler.err.unsupported.encoding=\
    unsupported encoding: {0}

compiler.err.io.exception=\
    error reading source file: {0}

# 0: name
compiler.err.undef.label=\
    undefined label: {0}

# 0: message segment, 1: unused
compiler.err.cant.apply.diamond=\
    cannot infer type arguments for {0}

# 0: message segment or type, 1: message segment
compiler.err.cant.apply.diamond.1=\
    cannot infer type arguments for {0}\n\
    reason: {1}

# 0: message segment or type, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.cant.apply.diamond.1=\
    cannot infer type arguments for {0}\n\
    reason: {1}

compiler.err.unreachable.stmt=\
    unreachable statement

compiler.err.initializer.must.be.able.to.complete.normally=\
    initializer must be able to complete normally

compiler.err.initializer.not.allowed=\
    initializers not allowed in interfaces

# 0: type
compiler.err.unreported.exception.need.to.catch.or.throw=\
    unreported exception {0}; must be caught or declared to be thrown

# 0: type
compiler.err.unreported.exception.default.constructor=\
    unreported exception {0} in default constructor

# 0: type, 1: name
compiler.err.unreported.exception.implicit.close=\
    unreported exception {0}; must be caught or declared to be thrown\n\
    exception thrown from implicit call to close() on resource variable ''{1}''

compiler.err.unsupported.cross.fp.lit=\
    hexadecimal floating-point literals are not supported on this VM

compiler.err.void.not.allowed.here=\
    ''void'' type not allowed here

# 0: string
compiler.err.wrong.number.type.args=\
    wrong number of type arguments; required {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.var.might.already.be.assigned=\
    variable {0} might already have been assigned

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.var.might.not.have.been.initialized=\
    variable {0} might not have been initialized

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.var.not.initialized.in.default.constructor=\
    variable {0} not initialized in the default constructor

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.var.might.be.assigned.in.loop=\
    variable {0} might be assigned in loop

# 0: symbol, 1: message segment
compiler.err.varargs.invalid.trustme.anno=\
    Invalid {0} annotation. {1}

# 0: type
compiler.misc.varargs.trustme.on.reifiable.varargs=\
    Varargs element type {0} is reifiable.

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.trustme.on.non.varargs.meth=\
    Method {0} is not a varargs method.

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.trustme.on.virtual.varargs=\
    Instance method {0} is neither final nor private.

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.trustme.on.virtual.varargs.final.only=\
    Instance method {0} is not final.

# 0: type, 1: symbol kind, 2: symbol
compiler.misc.inaccessible.varargs.type=\
    formal varargs element type {0} is not accessible from {1} {2}

# In the following string, {1} will always be the detail message from
# java.io.IOException.
# 0: symbol, 1: string
compiler.err.class.cant.write=\
    error while writing {0}: {1}

# In the following string, {0} is the name of the class in the Java source.
# It really should be used two times..
# 0: name
compiler.err.class.public.should.be.in.file=\
    class {0} is public, should be declared in a file named {0}.java

## All errors which do not refer to a particular line in the source code are
## preceded by this string.
compiler.err.error=\
    error:\u0020

# The following error messages do not refer to a line in the source code.
compiler.err.cant.read.file=\
    cannot read: {0}

# 0: string
compiler.err.plugin.not.found=\
    plug-in not found: {0}

#####

# Fatal Errors

compiler.misc.fatal.err.no.java.lang=\
    Fatal Error: Unable to find package java.lang in classpath or bootclasspath

compiler.misc.fatal.err.cant.locate.meth=\
    Fatal Error: Unable to find method {0}

compiler.misc.fatal.err.cant.locate.field=\
    Fatal Error: Unable to find field {0}

compiler.misc.fatal.err.cant.locate.ctor=\
    Fatal Error: Unable to find constructor for {0}

compiler.misc.fatal.err.cant.close=\
    Fatal Error: Cannot close compiler resources

#####

##
## miscellaneous strings
##

compiler.misc.source.unavailable=\
    (source unavailable)

compiler.misc.base.membership=\
    all your base class are belong to us

# 0: string, 1: string, 2: boolean
compiler.misc.x.print.processor.info=\
    Processor {0} matches {1} and returns {2}.

# 0: number, 1: string, 2: set of symbol, 3: boolean
compiler.misc.x.print.rounds=\
    Round {0}:\n\tinput files: {1}\n\tannotations: {2}\n\tlast round: {3}

# 0: file name
compiler.warn.file.from.future=\
    Modification date is in the future for file {0}

#####

## The following string will appear before all messages keyed as:
## "compiler.note".

compiler.note.compressed.diags=\
    Some messages have been simplified; recompile with -Xdiags:verbose to get full output

# 0: boolean, 1: symbol
compiler.note.lambda.stat=\
    Translating lambda expression\n\
    alternate metafactory = {0}\n\
    synthetic method = {1}

# 0: boolean, 1: unused
compiler.note.mref.stat=\
    Translating method reference\n\
    alternate metafactory = {0}\n\

# 0: boolean, 1: symbol
compiler.note.mref.stat.1=\
    Translating method reference\n\
    alternate metafactory = {0}\n\
    bridge method = {1}

compiler.note.note=\
    Note:\u0020

# 0: file name
compiler.note.deprecated.filename=\
    {0} uses or overrides a deprecated API.

compiler.note.deprecated.plural=\
    Some input files use or override a deprecated API.

# The following string may appear after one of the above deprecation
# messages.
compiler.note.deprecated.recompile=\
    Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details.

# 0: file name
compiler.note.deprecated.filename.additional=\
    {0} has additional uses or overrides of a deprecated API.

compiler.note.deprecated.plural.additional=\
    Some input files additionally use or override a deprecated API.

# 0: file name
compiler.note.unchecked.filename=\
    {0} uses unchecked or unsafe operations.

compiler.note.unchecked.plural=\
    Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations.

# The following string may appear after one of the above deprecation
# messages.
compiler.note.unchecked.recompile=\
    Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details.

# 0: file name
compiler.note.unchecked.filename.additional=\
    {0} has additional unchecked or unsafe operations.

compiler.note.unchecked.plural.additional=\
    Some input files additionally use unchecked or unsafe operations.

# Notes related to annotation processing

# Print a client-generated note; assumed to be localized, no translation required
# 0: string
compiler.note.proc.messager=\
    {0}

#####

# 0: number
compiler.misc.count.error=\
    {0} error

# 0: number
compiler.misc.count.error.plural=\
    {0} errors

# 0: number
compiler.misc.count.warn=\
    {0} warning

# 0: number
compiler.misc.count.warn.plural=\
    {0} warnings

compiler.misc.version.not.available=\
    (version info not available)

## extra output when using -verbose (JavaCompiler)

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.verbose.checking.attribution=\
    [checking {0}]

# 0: string
compiler.misc.verbose.parsing.done=\
    [parsing completed {0}ms]

# 0: file name
compiler.misc.verbose.parsing.started=\
    [parsing started {0}]

# 0: string
compiler.misc.verbose.total=\
    [total {0}ms]

# 0: file name
compiler.misc.verbose.wrote.file=\
    [wrote {0}]

## extra output when using -verbose (code/ClassReader)
# 0: string
compiler.misc.verbose.loading=\
    [loading {0}]

# 0: string
compiler.misc.verbose.sourcepath=\
    [search path for source files: {0}]

# 0: string
compiler.misc.verbose.classpath=\
    [search path for class files: {0}]

## extra output when using -prompt (util/Log)
compiler.misc.resume.abort=\
    R)esume, A)bort>

#####

##
## warnings
##

## All warning messages are preceded by the following string.
compiler.warn.warning=\
    warning:\u0020

## Warning messages may also include the following prefix to identify a
## lint option
# 0: option name
compiler.warn.lintOption=\
    [{0}]\u0020

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.constant.SVUID=\
    serialVersionUID must be constant in class {0}

# 0: file name
compiler.warn.dir.path.element.not.found=\
    bad path element "{0}": no such directory

compiler.warn.finally.cannot.complete=\
    finally clause cannot complete normally

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.warn.has.been.deprecated=\
    {0} in {1} has been deprecated

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.sun.proprietary=\
    {0} is internal proprietary API and may be removed in a future release

compiler.warn.illegal.char.for.encoding=\
    unmappable character for encoding {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.improper.SVUID=\
    serialVersionUID must be declared static final in class {0}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.warn.inexact.non-varargs.call=\
    non-varargs call of varargs method with inexact argument type for last parameter;\n\
    cast to {0} for a varargs call\n\
    cast to {1} for a non-varargs call and to suppress this warning

# 0: list of type
compiler.warn.unreachable.catch=\
    unreachable catch clause\n\
    thrown type {0} has already been caught

# 0: list of type
compiler.warn.unreachable.catch.1=\
    unreachable catch clause\n\
    thrown types {0} have already been caught

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.long.SVUID=\
    serialVersionUID must be of type long in class {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.missing.SVUID=\
    serializable class {0} has no definition of serialVersionUID

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.warn.potentially.ambiguous.overload=\
    {0} in {1} is potentially ambiguous with {2} in {3}

# 0: message segment
compiler.warn.override.varargs.missing=\
    {0}; overridden method has no ''...''

# 0: message segment
compiler.warn.override.varargs.extra=\
    {0}; overriding method is missing ''...''

compiler.warn.override.bridge=\
    {0}; overridden method is a bridge method

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.pkg-info.already.seen=\
    a package-info.java file has already been seen for package {0}

# 0: file name
compiler.warn.path.element.not.found=\
    bad path element "{0}": no such file or directory

compiler.warn.possible.fall-through.into.case=\
    possible fall-through into case

# 0: type
compiler.warn.redundant.cast=\
    redundant cast to {0}

# 0: number
compiler.warn.position.overflow=\
    Position encoding overflows at line {0}

# 0: file name, 1: number, 2: number
compiler.warn.big.major.version=\
    {0}: major version {1} is newer than {2}, the highest major version supported by this compiler.\n\
    It is recommended that the compiler be upgraded.

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.warn.static.not.qualified.by.type=\
    static {0} should be qualified by type name, {1}, instead of by an expression

# 0: string
compiler.warn.source.no.bootclasspath=\
    bootstrap class path not set in conjunction with -source {0}

# 0: string
compiler.warn.option.obsolete.source=\
    source value {0} is obsolete and will be removed in a future release

# 0: string
compiler.warn.option.obsolete.target=\
    target value {0} is obsolete and will be removed in a future release

# 0: string, 1: string
compiler.err.option.removed.source=\
    Source option {0} is no longer supported. Use {1} or later.

# 0: string, 1: string
compiler.err.option.removed.target=\
    Target option {0} is no longer supported. Use {1} or later.

compiler.warn.option.obsolete.suppression=\
    To suppress warnings about obsolete options, use -Xlint:-options.

# 0: name, 1: number, 2: number, 3: number, 4: number
compiler.warn.future.attr=\
    {0} attribute introduced in version {1}.{2} class files is ignored in version {3}.{4} class files

# Warnings related to annotation processing
# 0: name
compiler.warn.proc.package.does.not.exist=\
    package {0} does not exist

# 0: name
compiler.warn.proc.file.reopening=\
    Attempt to create a file for ''{0}'' multiple times

# 0: name
compiler.warn.proc.type.already.exists=\
    A file for type ''{0}'' already exists on the sourcepath or classpath

# 0: name
compiler.warn.proc.type.recreate=\
    Attempt to create a file for type ''{0}'' multiple times

# 0: string
compiler.warn.proc.illegal.file.name=\
    Cannot create file for illegal name ''{0}''.

# 0: string, 1: string
compiler.warn.proc.suspicious.class.name=\
    Creating file for a type whose name ends in {1}: ''{0}''

# 0: name
compiler.warn.proc.file.create.last.round=\
    File for type ''{0}'' created in the last round will not be subject to annotation processing.

# 0: string, 1: string
compiler.warn.proc.malformed.supported.string=\
    Malformed string ''{0}'' for a supported annotation type returned by processor ''{1}''

# 0: set of string
compiler.warn.proc.annotations.without.processors=\
    No processor claimed any of these annotations: {0}

# 0: source version, 1: string, 2: string
compiler.warn.proc.processor.incompatible.source.version=\
    Supported source version ''{0}'' from annotation processor ''{1}'' less than -source ''{2}''

compiler.warn.proc.proc-only.requested.no.procs=\
    Annotation processing without compilation requested but no processors were found.

compiler.warn.proc.use.implicit=\
    Implicitly compiled files were not subject to annotation processing.\n\
    Use -implicit to specify a policy for implicit compilation.

compiler.warn.proc.use.proc.or.implicit=\
    Implicitly compiled files were not subject to annotation processing.\n\
    Use -proc:none to disable annotation processing or -implicit to specify a policy for implicit compilation.

# Print a client-generated warning; assumed to be localized, no translation required
# 0: string
compiler.warn.proc.messager=\
    {0}

# 0: set of name
compiler.warn.proc.unclosed.type.files=\
    Unclosed files for the types ''{0}''; these types will not undergo annotation processing

# 0: string
compiler.warn.proc.unmatched.processor.options=\
    The following options were not recognized by any processor: ''{0}''

compiler.warn.try.explicit.close.call=\
    explicit call to close() on an auto-closeable resource

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.try.resource.not.referenced=\
    auto-closeable resource {0} is never referenced in body of corresponding try statement

# 0: type
compiler.warn.try.resource.throws.interrupted.exc=\
    auto-closeable resource {0} has a member method close() that could throw InterruptedException

compiler.warn.unchecked.assign=\
    unchecked assignment: {0} to {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: type
compiler.warn.unchecked.assign.to.var=\
    unchecked assignment to variable {0} as member of raw type {1}

# 0: symbol, 1: type
compiler.warn.unchecked.call.mbr.of.raw.type=\
    unchecked call to {0} as a member of the raw type {1}

compiler.warn.unchecked.cast.to.type=\
    unchecked cast to type {0}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type, 3: list of type, 4: symbol kind, 5: symbol
compiler.warn.unchecked.meth.invocation.applied=\
    unchecked method invocation: {0} {1} in {4} {5} is applied to given types\n\
    required: {2}\n\
    found: {3}

# 0: type
compiler.warn.unchecked.generic.array.creation=\
    unchecked generic array creation for varargs parameter of type {0}

# 0: type
compiler.warn.unchecked.varargs.non.reifiable.type=\
    Possible heap pollution from parameterized vararg type {0}

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.varargs.unsafe.use.varargs.param=\
    Varargs method could cause heap pollution from non-reifiable varargs parameter {0}

compiler.warn.missing.deprecated.annotation=\
    deprecated item is not annotated with @Deprecated

compiler.warn.invalid.archive.file=\
    Unexpected file on path: {0}

compiler.warn.unexpected.archive.file=\
    Unexpected extension for archive file: {0}

compiler.warn.div.zero=\
    division by zero

compiler.warn.empty.if=\
    empty statement after if

compiler.warn.annotation.method.not.found=\
    Cannot find annotation method ''{1}()'' in type ''{0}''

compiler.warn.annotation.method.not.found.reason=\
    Cannot find annotation method ''{1}()'' in type ''{0}'': {2}

# 0: symbol, 1: name
compiler.warn.unknown.enum.constant=\
    unknown enum constant {1}.{2}

# 0: symbol, 1: name, 2: message segment
compiler.warn.unknown.enum.constant.reason=\
    unknown enum constant {1}.{2}\n\
    reason: {3}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.warn.raw.class.use=\
    found raw type: {0}\n\
    missing type arguments for generic class {1}

# 0: unused, 1: unused
compiler.warn.diamond.redundant.args=\
    Redundant type arguments in new expression (use diamond operator instead).

compiler.warn.potential.lambda.found=\
    This anonymous inner class creation can be turned into a lambda expression.

compiler.warn.method.redundant.typeargs=\
    Redundant type arguments in method call.

# 0: symbol, 1: message segment
compiler.warn.varargs.redundant.trustme.anno=\
    Redundant {0} annotation. {1}

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.access.to.sensitive.member.from.serializable.element=\
    access to sensitive member {0} from serializable element can be publicly accessible to untrusted code

#####

## The following are tokens which are non-terminals in the language. They should
## be named as JLS3 calls them when translated to the appropriate language.
compiler.misc.token.identifier=\
    <identifier>

compiler.misc.token.character=\
    <character>

compiler.misc.token.string=\
    <string>

compiler.misc.token.integer=\
    <integer>

compiler.misc.token.long-integer=\
    <long integer>

compiler.misc.token.float=\
    <float>

compiler.misc.token.double=\
    <double>

compiler.misc.token.bad-symbol=\
    <bad symbol>

compiler.misc.token.end-of-input=\
    <end of input>

## The argument to the following string will always be one of the following:
## 1. one of the above non-terminals
## 2. a keyword (JLS1.8)
## 3. a boolean literal (JLS3.10.3)
## 4. the null literal (JLS3.10.7)
## 5. a Java separator (JLS3.11)
## 6. an operator (JLS3.12)
##
## This is the only place these tokens will be used.
# 0: token
compiler.err.expected=\
    {0} expected

# 0: token, 1: token
compiler.err.expected2=\
    {0} or {1} expected

# 0: token, 1: token, 2: token
compiler.err.expected3=\
    {0}, {1}, or {2} expected

compiler.err.premature.eof=\
    reached end of file while parsing

## The following are related in form, but do not easily fit the above paradigm.
compiler.err.dot.class.expected=\
    ''.class'' expected

## The argument to this string will always be either 'case' or 'default'.
# 0: token
compiler.err.orphaned=\
    orphaned {0}

# 0: name
compiler.misc.anonymous.class=\
    <anonymous {0}>

# 0: name, 1: type
compiler.misc.type.captureof=\
    capture#{0} of {1}

compiler.misc.type.captureof.1=\
    capture#{0}

compiler.misc.type.none=\
    <none>

compiler.misc.unnamed.package=\
    unnamed package

#####

# 0: symbol, 1: message segment
compiler.err.cant.access=\
    cannot access {0}\n\
    {1}

# 0: name
compiler.misc.bad.class.file=\
    class file is invalid for class {0}

# 0: file name, 1: string (expected constant pool entry type), 2: number (constant pool index)
compiler.misc.bad.const.pool.entry=\
    bad constant pool entry in {0}\n\
    expected {1} at index {2}

# 0: file name, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.bad.class.file.header=\
    bad class file: {0}\n\
    {1}\n\
    Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the classpath.

# 0: file name, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.bad.source.file.header=\
    bad source file: {0}\n\
    {1}\n\
    Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the sourcepath.

## The following are all possible strings for the second argument ({1}) of the
## above strings.
compiler.misc.bad.class.signature=\
    bad class signature: {0}

#0: symbol, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.bad.enclosing.class=\
    bad enclosing class for {0}: {1}

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.bad.enclosing.method=\
    bad enclosing method attribute for class {0}

compiler.misc.bad.runtime.invisible.param.annotations=\
    bad RuntimeInvisibleParameterAnnotations attribute: {0}

compiler.misc.bad.const.pool.tag=\
    bad constant pool tag: {0}

compiler.misc.bad.const.pool.tag.at=\
    bad constant pool tag: {0} at {1}

compiler.misc.bad.signature=\
    bad signature: {0}

compiler.misc.bad.type.annotation.value=\
    bad type annotation target type value: {0}

compiler.misc.class.file.wrong.class=\
    class file contains wrong class: {0}

compiler.misc.class.file.not.found=\
    class file for {0} not found

# 0: string (classfile major version), 1: string (classfile minor version)
compiler.misc.invalid.default.interface=\
    default method found in version {0}.{1} classfile

# 0: string (classfile major version), 1: string (classfile minor version)
compiler.misc.invalid.static.interface=\
    static method found in version {0}.{1} classfile

# 0: name
compiler.misc.file.doesnt.contain.class=\
    file does not contain class {0}

compiler.misc.file.does.not.contain.package=\
    file does not contain package {0}

compiler.misc.illegal.start.of.class.file=\
    illegal start of class file

compiler.misc.unable.to.access.file=\
    unable to access file: {0}

compiler.misc.unicode.str.not.supported=\
    unicode string in class file not supported

compiler.misc.undecl.type.var=\
    undeclared type variable: {0}

compiler.misc.malformed.vararg.method=\
    class file contains malformed variable arity method: {0}

compiler.misc.wrong.version=\
    class file has wrong version {0}.{1}, should be {2}.{3}

#####

# 0: type, 1: type or symbol
compiler.err.not.within.bounds=\
    type argument {0} is not within bounds of type-variable {1}

## The following are all possible strings for the second argument ({1}) of the
## above string.

## none yet...

#####

# 0: message segment
compiler.err.prob.found.req=\
    incompatible types: {0}

# 0: message segment
compiler.misc.prob.found.req=\
    incompatible types: {0}

# 0: message segment, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.warn.prob.found.req=\
    {0}\n\
    required: {2}\n\
    found:    {1}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.misc.inconvertible.types=\
    {0} cannot be converted to {1}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.misc.possible.loss.of.precision=\
    possible lossy conversion from {0} to {1}

compiler.misc.unchecked.assign=\
    unchecked conversion

# compiler.misc.storecheck=\
#     assignment might cause later store checks to fail
# compiler.misc.unchecked=\
#     assigned array cannot dynamically check its stores
compiler.misc.unchecked.cast.to.type=\
    unchecked cast

# compiler.err.star.expected=\
#     ''*'' expected
# compiler.err.no.elem.type=\
#     \[\*\] cannot have a type

# 0: type
compiler.misc.try.not.applicable.to.type=\
    try-with-resources not applicable to variable type\n\
    ({0})

#####

# 0: message segment or type, 1: message segment
compiler.err.type.found.req=\
    unexpected type\n\
    required: {1}\n\
    found:    {0}

## The following are all possible strings for the first argument ({0}) of the
## above string.
compiler.misc.type.req.class=\
    class

compiler.misc.type.req.class.array=\
    class or array

compiler.misc.type.req.array.or.iterable=\
    array or java.lang.Iterable

compiler.misc.type.req.ref=\
    reference

compiler.misc.type.req.exact=\
    class or interface without bounds

# 0: type
compiler.misc.type.parameter=\
    type parameter {0}

#####

## The following are all possible strings for the last argument of all those
## diagnostics whose key ends in ".1"

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.no.unique.maximal.instance.exists=\
    no unique maximal instance exists for type variable {0} with upper bounds {1}

compiler.misc.no.unique.minimal.instance.exists=\
    no unique minimal instance exists for type variable {0} with lower bounds {1}

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.incompatible.upper.bounds=\
    inference variable {0} has incompatible upper bounds {1}

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.incompatible.eq.bounds=\
    inference variable {0} has incompatible equality constraints {1}

# 0: type, 1: list of type, 2: list of type
compiler.misc.incompatible.eq.upper.bounds=\
    inference variable {0} has incompatible bounds\n\
    equality constraints: {1}\n\
    upper bounds: {2}

# 0: type, 1: list of type, 2: list of type
compiler.misc.incompatible.upper.lower.bounds=\
    inference variable {0} has incompatible bounds\n\
    upper bounds: {1}\n\
    lower bounds: {2}

# 0: type, 1: list of type, 2: list of type
compiler.misc.incompatible.eq.lower.bounds=\
    inference variable {0} has incompatible bounds\n\
    equality constraints: {1}\n\
    lower bounds: {2}

# 0: list of type, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.misc.infer.no.conforming.instance.exists=\
    no instance(s) of type variable(s) {0} exist so that {1} conforms to {2}

# 0: list of type, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.infer.no.conforming.assignment.exists=\
    cannot infer type-variable(s) {0}\n\
    (argument mismatch; {1})

# 0: list of type
compiler.misc.infer.arg.length.mismatch=\
    cannot infer type-variable(s) {0}\n\
    (actual and formal argument lists differ in length)

# 0: list of type, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.infer.varargs.argument.mismatch=\
    cannot infer type-variable(s) {0}\n\
    (varargs mismatch; {1})

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.inferred.do.not.conform.to.upper.bounds=\
    inferred type does not conform to upper bound(s)\n\
    inferred: {0}\n\
    upper bound(s): {1}

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.inferred.do.not.conform.to.lower.bounds=\
    inferred type does not conform to lower bound(s)\n\
    inferred: {0}\n\
    lower bound(s): {1}

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.inferred.do.not.conform.to.eq.bounds=\
    inferred type does not conform to equality constraint(s)\n\
    inferred: {0}\n\
    equality constraints(s): {1}

# 0: symbol
compiler.misc.diamond=\
    {0}<>

# 0: type
compiler.misc.diamond.non.generic=\
    cannot use ''<>'' with non-generic class {0}

# 0: list of type, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.diamond.invalid.arg=\
    type argument {0} inferred for {1} is not allowed in this context\n\
    inferred argument is not expressible in the Signature attribute

# 0: list of type, 1: message segment
compiler.misc.diamond.invalid.args=\
    type arguments {0} inferred for {1} are not allowed in this context\n\
    inferred arguments are not expressible in the Signature attribute

# 0: unused
compiler.misc.diamond.and.explicit.params=\
    cannot use ''<>'' with explicit type parameters for constructor

# 0: unused
compiler.misc.mref.infer.and.explicit.params=\
    cannot use raw constructor reference with explicit type parameters for constructor

# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.explicit.param.do.not.conform.to.bounds=\
    explicit type argument {0} does not conform to declared bound(s) {1}

compiler.misc.arg.length.mismatch=\
    actual and formal argument lists differ in length

# 0: message segment
compiler.misc.no.conforming.assignment.exists=\
    argument mismatch; {0}

# 0: message segment
compiler.misc.varargs.argument.mismatch=\
    varargs mismatch; {0}

#####

# 0: symbol or type, 1: file name
compiler.warn.auxiliary.class.accessed.from.outside.of.its.source.file=\
    auxiliary class {0} in {1} should not be accessed from outside its own source file

## The first argument ({0}) is a "kindname".
# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol, 2: symbol
compiler.err.abstract.cant.be.accessed.directly=\
    abstract {0} {1} in {2} cannot be accessed directly

## The first argument ({0}) is a "kindname".
# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.err.non-static.cant.be.ref=\
    non-static {0} {1} cannot be referenced from a static context

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.bad.static.method.in.unbound.lookup=\
    unexpected static {0} {1} found in unbound lookup

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.bad.instance.method.in.unbound.lookup=\
    unexpected instance {0} {1} found in unbound lookup

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol
compiler.misc.bad.static.method.in.bound.lookup=\
    unexpected static {0} {1} found in bound lookup

## Both arguments ({0}, {1}) are "kindname"s.  {0} is a comma-separated list
## of kindnames (the list should be identical to that provided in source.
compiler.err.unexpected.type=\
    unexpected type\n\
    required: {0}\n\
    found:    {1}

compiler.err.unexpected.lambda=\
   lambda expression not expected here

compiler.err.unexpected.mref=\
   method reference not expected here

## The first argument {0} is a "kindname" (e.g. 'constructor', 'field', etc.)
## The second argument {1} is the non-resolved symbol
## The third argument {2} is a list of type parameters (non-empty if {1} is a method)
## The fourth argument {3} is a list of argument types (non-empty if {1} is a method)
# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: unused, 3: unused
compiler.err.cant.resolve=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol: {0} {1}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: unused, 3: list of type
compiler.err.cant.resolve.args=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol: {0} {1}({3})

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type, 3: list of type
compiler.err.cant.resolve.args.params=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol: {0} <{2}>{1}({3})

## arguments from {0} to {3} have the same meaning as above
## The fifth argument {4} is a location subdiagnostic (see below)
# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: unused, 3: unused, 4: message segment
compiler.err.cant.resolve.location=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol:   {0} {1}\n\
    location: {4}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: unused, 3: list of type, 4: message segment
compiler.err.cant.resolve.location.args=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol:   {0} {1}({3})\n\
    location: {4}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type, 3: list, 4: message segment
compiler.err.cant.resolve.location.args.params=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol:   {0} <{2}>{1}({3})\n\
    location: {4}

### Following are replicated/used for method reference diagnostics

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: unused, 3: list of type, 4: message segment
compiler.misc.cant.resolve.location.args=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol:   {0} {1}({3})\n\
    location: {4}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: name, 2: list of type, 3: list, 4: message segment
compiler.misc.cant.resolve.location.args.params=\
    cannot find symbol\n\
    symbol:   {0} <{2}>{1}({3})\n\
    location: {4}

##a location subdiagnostic is composed as follows:
## The first argument {0} is the location "kindname" (e.g. 'constructor', 'field', etc.)
## The second argument {1} is the location name
## The third argument {2} is the location type (only when {1} is a variable name)

# 0: symbol kind, 1: type or symbol, 2: unused
compiler.misc.location=\
    {0} {1}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol, 2: type
compiler.misc.location.1=\
    {0} {1} of type {2}

## The following are all possible string for "kindname".
## They should be called whatever the JLS calls them after it been translated
## to the appropriate language.
# compiler.misc.kindname.constructor=\
#     static member
compiler.misc.kindname.annotation=\
    @interface

compiler.misc.kindname.constructor=\
    constructor

compiler.misc.kindname.enum=\
    enum

compiler.misc.kindname.interface=\
    interface

compiler.misc.kindname.static=\
    static

compiler.misc.kindname.type.variable=\
    type variable

compiler.misc.kindname.type.variable.bound=\
    bound of type variable

compiler.misc.kindname.variable=\
    variable

compiler.misc.kindname.value=\
    value

compiler.misc.kindname.method=\
    method

compiler.misc.kindname.class=\
    class

compiler.misc.kindname.package=\
    package

compiler.misc.kindname.static.init=\
    static initializer

compiler.misc.kindname.instance.init=\
    instance initializer

#####

compiler.misc.no.args=\
    no arguments

# 0: message segment
compiler.err.override.static=\
    {0}\n\
    overriding method is static

# 0: message segment, 1: set of modifier
compiler.err.override.meth=\
    {0}\n\
    overridden method is {1}

# 0: message segment, 1: type
compiler.err.override.meth.doesnt.throw=\
    {0}\n\
    overridden method does not throw {1}

# In the following string {1} is a space separated list of Java Keywords, as
# they would have been declared in the source code
# 0: message segment, 1: set of modifier
compiler.err.override.weaker.access=\
    {0}\n\
    attempting to assign weaker access privileges; was {1}

# 0: message segment, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.err.override.incompatible.ret=\
    {0}\n\
    return type {1} is not compatible with {2}

# 0: message segment, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.warn.override.unchecked.ret=\
    {0}\n\
    return type requires unchecked conversion from {1} to {2}

# 0: message segment, 1: type
compiler.warn.override.unchecked.thrown=\
    {0}\n\
    overridden method does not throw {1}

# 0: symbol
compiler.warn.override.equals.but.not.hashcode=\
    Class {0} overrides equals, but neither it nor any superclass overrides hashCode method

## The following are all possible strings for the first argument ({0}) of the
## above strings.
# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.cant.override=\
    {0} in {1} cannot override {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.cant.hide=\
    {0} in {1} cannot hide {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.cant.implement=\
    {0} in {1} cannot implement {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.clashes.with=\
    {0} in {1} clashes with {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.unchecked.override=\
    {0} in {1} overrides {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.unchecked.implement=\
    {0} in {1} implements {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.unchecked.clash.with=\
    {0} in {1} overrides {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.override=\
    {0} in {1} overrides {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.implement=\
    {0} in {1} implements {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.varargs.clash.with=\
    {0} in {1} overrides {2} in {3}

# 0: symbol kind, 1: symbol, 2: symbol, 3: message segment
compiler.misc.inapplicable.method=\
    {0} {1}.{2} is not applicable\n\
    ({3})

########################################
# Diagnostics for language feature changes
########################################
# 0: string
compiler.misc.diamond.and.anon.class.not.supported.in.source=\
    cannot use ''<>'' with anonymous inner classes in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 9 or higher to enable ''<>'' with anonymous inner classes)

# 0: string
compiler.err.unsupported.binary.lit=\
    binary literals are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable binary literals)

# 0: string
compiler.err.unsupported.underscore.lit=\
    underscores in literals are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable underscores in literals)

# 0: string
compiler.err.try.with.resources.not.supported.in.source=\
    try-with-resources is not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable try-with-resources)

# 0: string
compiler.err.var.in.try.with.resources.not.supported.in.source=\
    variables in try-with-resources not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 9 or higher to enable variables in try-with-resources)

compiler.warn.underscore.as.identifier=\
    as of release 9, ''_'' is a keyword, and may not be used as an identifier

compiler.err.underscore.as.identifier=\
    as of release 9, ''_'' is a keyword, and may not be used as an identifier

compiler.err.underscore.as.identifier.in.lambda=\
    ''_'' used as an identifier\n\
    (use of ''_'' as an identifier is forbidden for lambda parameters)

compiler.err.enum.as.identifier=\
    as of release 5, ''enum'' is a keyword, and may not be used as an identifier

compiler.err.assert.as.identifier=\
    as of release 1.4, ''assert'' is a keyword, and may not be used as an identifier

# TODO 308: make a better error message
compiler.err.this.as.identifier=\
    as of release 8, ''this'' is allowed as the parameter name for the receiver type only, which has to be the first parameter

# 0: symbol
compiler.err.receiver.parameter.not.applicable.constructor.toplevel.class=\
    receiver parameter not applicable for constructor of top-level class

# TODO 308: make a better error message
# 0: symbol
compiler.err.cant.type.annotate.scoping.1=\
    scoping construct cannot be annotated with type-use annotation: {0}

# TODO 308: make a better error message
# 0: list of symbol
compiler.err.cant.type.annotate.scoping=\
    scoping construct cannot be annotated with type-use annotations: {0}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.incorrect.receiver.name=\
    the receiver name does not match the enclosing class type\n\
    required: {0}\n\
    found: {1}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.incorrect.receiver.type=\
    the receiver type does not match the enclosing class type\n\
    required: {0}\n\
    found: {1}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.incorrect.constructor.receiver.type=\
    the receiver type does not match the enclosing outer class type\n\
    required: {0}\n\
    found: {1}

# 0: type, 1: type
compiler.err.incorrect.constructor.receiver.name=\
    the receiver name does not match the enclosing outer class type\n\
    required: {0}\n\
    found: {1}

compiler.err.no.annotations.on.dot.class=\
    no annotations are allowed in the type of a class literal

# 0: string
compiler.err.type.annotations.not.supported.in.source=\
    type annotations are not supported in -source {0}\n\
(use -source 8 or higher to enable type annotations)

# 0: string
compiler.err.annotations.after.type.params.not.supported.in.source=\
    annotations after method type parameters are not supported in -source {0}\n\
(use -source 8 or higher to enable annotations after method type parameters)

# 0: string
compiler.err.repeatable.annotations.not.supported.in.source=\
    repeated annotations are not supported in -source {0}\n\
(use -source 8 or higher to enable repeated annotations)

# 0: string
compiler.err.diamond.not.supported.in.source=\
    diamond operator is not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable diamond operator)

# 0: string
compiler.err.multicatch.not.supported.in.source=\
    multi-catch statement is not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable multi-catch statement)

# 0: string
compiler.err.string.switch.not.supported.in.source=\
    strings in switch are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 7 or higher to enable strings in switch)

# 0: string
compiler.err.lambda.not.supported.in.source=\
    lambda expressions are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable lambda expressions)

# 0: string
compiler.err.method.references.not.supported.in.source=\
    method references are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable method references)

# 0: string
compiler.err.default.methods.not.supported.in.source=\
    default methods are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable default methods)

# 0: string
compiler.err.intersection.types.in.cast.not.supported.in.source=\
    intersection types in cast are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable default methods)

# 0: string
compiler.err.static.intf.methods.not.supported.in.source=\
    static interface methods are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable static interface methods)

# 0: string
compiler.err.static.intf.method.invoke.not.supported.in.source=\
    static interface method invocations are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 8 or higher to enable static interface method invocations)

# 0: string
compiler.err.private.intf.methods.not.supported.in.source=\
    private interface methods are not supported in -source {0}\n\
    (use -source 9 or higher to enable private interface methods)

########################################
# Diagnostics for verbose resolution
# used by Resolve (debug only)
########################################

# 0: number, 1: symbol, 2: unused
compiler.misc.applicable.method.found=\
    #{0} applicable method found: {1}

# 0: number, 1: symbol, 2: message segment
compiler.misc.applicable.method.found.1=\
    #{0} applicable method found: {1}\n\
    ({2})

# 0: number, 1: symbol, 2: message segment
compiler.misc.not.applicable.method.found=\
    #{0} not applicable method found: {1}\n\
    ({2})

# 0: type
compiler.misc.partial.inst.sig=\
    partially instantiated to: {0}

# 0: name, 1: symbol, 2: number, 3: string (method resolution phase), 4: list of type or message segment, 5: list of type or message segment
compiler.note.verbose.resolve.multi=\
    resolving method {0} in type {1} to candidate {2}\n\
    phase: {3}\n\
    with actuals: {4}\n\
    with type-args: {5}\n\
    candidates:

# 0: name, 1: symbol, 2: unused, 3: string (method resolution phase), 4: list of type or message segment, 5: list of type or message segment
compiler.note.verbose.resolve.multi.1=\
    erroneous resolution for method {0} in type {1}\n\
    phase: {3}\n\
    with actuals: {4}\n\
    with type-args: {5}\n\
    candidates:

# 0: symbol, 1: type, 2: type
compiler.note.deferred.method.inst=\
    Deferred instantiation of method {0}\n\
    instantiated signature: {1}\n\
    target-type: {2}

########################################
# Diagnostics for where clause implementation
# used by the RichDiagnosticFormatter.
########################################

compiler.misc.type.null=\
    <null>

# X#n (where n is an int id) is disambiguated tvar name
# 0: name, 1: number
compiler.misc.type.var=\
    {0}#{1}

# CAP#n (where n is an int id) is an abbreviation for 'captured type'
# 0: number
compiler.misc.captured.type=\
    CAP#{0}

# <INT#n> (where n is an int id) is an abbreviation for 'intersection type'
# 0: number
compiler.misc.intersection.type=\
    INT#{0}

# where clause for captured type: contains upper ('extends {1}') and lower
# ('super {2}') bound along with the wildcard that generated this captured type ({3})
# 0: type, 1: type, 2: type, 3: type
compiler.misc.where.captured=\
    {0} extends {1} super: {2} from capture of {3}

# compact where clause for captured type: contains upper ('extends {1}') along
# with the wildcard that generated this captured type ({3})
# 0: type, 1: type, 2: unused, 3: type
compiler.misc.where.captured.1=\
    {0} extends {1} from capture of {3}

# where clause for type variable: contains upper bound(s) ('extends {1}') along with
# the kindname ({2}) and location ({3}) in which the typevar has been declared
# 0: type, 1: list of type, 2: symbol kind, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.where.typevar=\
    {0} extends {1} declared in {2} {3}

# compact where clause for type variable: contains the kindname ({2}) and location ({3})
# in which the typevar has been declared
# 0: type, 1: list of type, 2: symbol kind, 3: symbol
compiler.misc.where.typevar.1=\
    {0} declared in {2} {3}

# where clause for fresh type variable: contains upper bound(s) ('extends {1}').
# Since a fresh type-variable is synthetic - there's no location/kindname here.
# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.where.fresh.typevar=\
    {0} extends {1}

# where clause for type variable: contains all the upper bound(s) ('extends {1}')
# of this intersection type
# 0: type, 1: list of type
compiler.misc.where.intersection=\
    {0} extends {1}

### Where clause headers ###
compiler.misc.where.description.captured=\
    where {0} is a fresh type-variable:

# 0: set of type
compiler.misc.where.description.typevar=\
    where {0} is a type-variable:

# 0: set of type
compiler.misc.where.description.intersection=\
    where {0} is an intersection type:

# 0: set of type
compiler.misc.where.description.captured.1=\
    where {0} are fresh type-variables:

# 0: set of type
compiler.misc.where.description.typevar.1=\
    where {0} are type-variables:

# 0: set of type
compiler.misc.where.description.intersection.1=\
    where {0} are intersection types:

###
# errors related to doc comments

compiler.err.dc.bad.entity=\
    bad HTML entity

compiler.err.dc.bad.gt=\
    bad use of ''>''

compiler.err.dc.bad.inline.tag=\
    incorrect use of inline tag

compiler.err.dc.identifier.expected=\
    identifier expected

compiler.err.dc.malformed.html=\
    malformed HTML

compiler.err.dc.missing.semicolon=\
    semicolon missing

compiler.err.dc.no.content=\
    no content

compiler.err.dc.no.tag.name=\
    no tag name after '@'

compiler.err.dc.gt.expected=\
    ''>'' expected

compiler.err.dc.ref.bad.parens=\
    '')'' missing in reference

compiler.err.dc.ref.syntax.error=\
    syntax error in reference

compiler.err.dc.ref.unexpected.input=\
    unexpected text

compiler.err.dc.unexpected.content=\
    unexpected content

compiler.err.dc.unterminated.inline.tag=\
    unterminated inline tag

compiler.err.dc.unterminated.signature=\
    unterminated signature

compiler.err.dc.unterminated.string=\
    unterminated string