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Getting compiler warning
Why am I getting the following warnings and how should I fix it? It seems to be referring to the build.gradle sourceCompatibility. Should I change it?
Warning:java: source value 1.5 is obsolete and will be removed in a future release Warning:java: target value 1.5 is obsolete and will be removed in a future release Warning:java: To suppress warnings about obsolete options, use -Xlint:-options.
Alexander NikiforovJava Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,161 Points
The problem comes for a number of reasons...
But I think it is because of this
sourceCompatibility line in
build.gradle, you are right.
Short answer, set it to
For a long answers, see for example here
Why It didn't come when Chris did the video
The reason why Chris didn't have that error, comes from the fact that he used older versions of Intellijdea, and there IDE was NOT creating 'Separate Modules Per Set':
Right now you are using new Intellijdea, and by default the checkbox 'Create separate modules per set' is checked. (see screenshot above).
That is why this
sourceCompatibilty = 1.5 throws this warning at you.
sourceCompatiility = 1.5 to
1.8 OR remove the line completely
Close intellijdea, delete
.idea folder and re-import Gradle project once again with 'Create separate modules per set' unchecked.