I have a java project and when I edit a method implementation, all java files in the project compile. The below info level output is what I get when I edit a method in Z.java.
Task ‘:core:Xproj:compileJava’ is not up-to-date because:
Input property ‘source’ file /… path removed …/Z.java has changed.
Created classpath snapshot for incremental compilation in 0.079 secs. 3528 duplicate classes found in classpath (see all with --debug).
Class dependency analysis for incremental compilation took 0.027 secs.
Full recompilation is required because ‘Z.java’ was changed. Analysis took 0.109 secs.
There shouldn’t be any reason a full recompilation is required since Z.java is not used by any other class. I understand there are some edits that can create full recompilations but I’m editing a v4 UUID String (changing one character) so that string shouldn’t be found in other class file. I also tried editing the name of a local var, same result. Where else can I look to help me understand the reason for the full recompilation?
Full disclosure - I have another open discussion at Annotation processor message doesn't tell me the jar file that has the AP.
I don’t think it is related to this issue but it might be. I’m happy to consolidate if that is best.