Name: akC45999 Date: 11/17/97
The section 7.5.2 "Type-Import-on-Demand Declaration" of JLS spec reads:
a) "It is a compile-time error for a type-import-on-demand declaration to name
a package that is not accessible (6.6), as determined by the host system (7.2)".
b) "It is not a compile-time error to name the current package ... in a
In the case when current package is not yet accessible, it is not clear whether
it is compile-time error or not to name the current package in a
According to common sense, it should not be, but Sun's JDK compiler issues an error.