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Sun, 2012-01-01, 17:27
well to start with I don't know what the case classes are called other
than by inspecting them
But also it doesn't seem to work terribly well for case classes inside
objects even if I do know what they're called.
I was hoping for something more scala-esque
com.timpigden.vrmodel.model.BasicModel.BasicSite.type = BasicSite
On 1 January 2012 14:20, Donald McLean wrote:
> What's wrong with Class.forName? It has the virtue of simplicity, even
> if it isn't necessarily the prettiest call in the standard library.
> On Sun, Jan 1, 2012 at 9:10 AM, Tim P wrote:
>> I want to use reflection to generate case classes from XML.
>> Any recommendations for a reflection tool for the job?
>> Can't use 2.10 nightly builds and new API because of coordination with
>> other libraries.
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