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Harsh J resolved HADOOP-1994.

Resolution: Won't Fix

Record IO has been deprecated with the advent of Avro.

Please see HADOOP-6155

Resolving as Won't Fix.
Variable names generated by Record I/O should not clash with user fields

Key: HADOOP-1994
URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-1994
Project: Hadoop Common
Issue Type: Bug
Reporter: Vivek Ratan
Assignee: Vivek Ratan

The code (Java and C++) spit out by the Record I/O compiler contains variables. We need to make sure these variable names don't clash with names used by users in the DDL, otherwise the generated code will not compile. Variable names such as 'a', 'peer', etc, are used. We need better names. For example, if I have a DDL of the form
class s1 {
int a;
boolean peer;
int a_;
Both the Java and C++ code will not compile.
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