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McEna

09/12/2018, 8:25 PM
Hi! First question ever. I have a Kotlin class (let's call it ClassA<T,X>) , implementing an interface (InterfaceA<T, X>), which is meant to be subclassed from both Java and Kotlin, and contains a bunch of members, annotated with @JvmField so kotlin does not generate accessors automatically, yet, a kotlin subclass (Ksubclass<T,X>) complains about clashing declarations. Is it due to the wildcards? because I understand @JvmField should fix this issue. Thanks in advance!