This was mixed-up warning message that was fixed in ECJ 18.
On Aug 24, 2008, at 7:01 PM, Andrew Wagner wrote:
> I'm currently getting the following error:
> "A GPNodeBuilder has been requested at least once to generate a
> one-node tree with a return value type-compatable with a certain type;
> but there is no NON-TERMINAL which is type-compatable in this way. As
> a result, the algorithm was forced to use a TERMINAL, making the tree
> larger than requested, and exposing more child slots to fill, which if
> not carefully considered, could recursively repeat this problem and
> eventually fill all memory."
> This doesn't make sense to me, so I'm obviously missing something. If
> you wanted to generate a one-node tree, wouldn't you need to select a
> terminal for that single node? And wouldn't it only cause infinite
> recursion if it was always forced to use a non-terminal (not a
> terminal, as this message seems to say)?