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Lombok autogenerating methods failing

 
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Suddently, I don't know why, the autogeneration of my lombok getters and setters are failling.
Anyone knows why this might be the case? I checked if anotation processing is turned on, I reinstalled the lombok plugin, I even reinstalled my ide, nothing worked
 
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Don't know, maybe that's not a bad thing.

I personally don't like Lombok library, and initially was the only in the team against its use, I'm glad team decided not to use it.

Back to original question. It could be many things, one of which you might updated Java to some newer version and Lombok does not support that yet?

Somebody else might have more work experience with it and could help you better.
 
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It is when I'm trying to use a module from a third party.
 
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Pieter Vandevelde wrote:It is when I'm trying to use a module from a third party


I sugget you provide all the details you have at hand so somebody could actually help you, i.e.
  • which Java version you use
  • which Lombok version you use
  • what that module is you are trying to use
  • does it work without that module you are talking about?
  • something else?
    etc

  • Only saying it worked and then all of a sudden it stopped - all understand here that is not possible as something had to actually change.
    The more you explain, the easier is to figure out when considering various scenarios.
     
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    you're answer did point me in the right direction though, I checked the pom of the module, updated the lombok dependency and that seemed to work, so thanks a bunch
     
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    Well, you are welcome. Glad you figured out and didn't get blocked much on it.
     
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