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  1. Groovy
  2. GROOVY-7187

Static method calls in AST Transformations fail when multiple scripts are called after each other.

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    • Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • 2.3.4
    • None
    • ast builder
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    Description

      A script has an annotation on a variable, for example:

      @Input("some.input.reference")
      def input

      An AST Transformation adds a method that initializes the input reference and the declaration is transformed to:

      def input = someMethod("some.input.reference")

      The someMethod() method contains a staticMethodCall.

      If several scripts that are instrumented this way are called after each other then in the second script always a GroovyBug exception occurs, see attachment.

      If the script is called stand-alone then everything is fine.

      The order in which the scripts is called doesn't matter.

      I included a more detailed code example in the attachment.

      It seems there is some kind of bug with static method calls in AST transformations.

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