I'm using Javac (from JDK7) with the -bootclasspath option, in order to tightly control the references made by my source code (which is for embedded use). That works fine, except when I use the @Override keyword, which is no longer recognized.
What options should I use to restore this functionality? If that is -processorpath, what should go afterwards?
Solved. I need to include in the bootclasspath something with java.lang.Override (and a few other annotation classes); that can be JCDK3.0.4_ClassicEdition/lib/api_connected.jar (although that contradicts a tight control of the references made by my source code).