On my question at StackOverflow
Posting this to wrap up the thread if someone else searches for a similar
On Saturday, 21 April 2012 20:09:20 UTC+1, Andrius Velykis wrote:
> > What Scala version are you using? Also, did you try:
> I am using Scala 2.9.1 (tried both Scala-IDE and command-line official
> Note that the problem is not in the initialisation - I cannot reference
> On Friday, 20 April 2012 01:21:41 UTC+1, Grzegorz Kossakowski wrote:
>> On 19 April 2012 08:25, Andrius Velykis wrote:
>>> To use the class Inner in Java code, I use the following code:
>>> mypackage.Outer$Middle$Inner inner = new mypackage.Outer$Middle$Inner();
>>> However, Eclipse (Indigo) compiler complains with the following message
>>>> The nested type mypackage.Outer$Middle$Inner cannot be referenced using
>>> Interestingly, the Java code above works when used with NetBeans 6.9.1.
>>> Is this an issue with Eclipse compiler when using Scala classes? Or am I
>> What Scala version are you using? Also, did you try:
>> new mypackage.Outer$.Middle$.Inner();
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