I have declared an inner class, which has a no-argument constructor, within another serializable class that also has a no-argument constructor, as follows:
@Serializable public class Path extends LinkedList<Spot>
When I go to register it I get a “no-argument constructor not found in” the inner class error. Am I missing something or is this a bug?
To clarify, both the inner and outer classes have no-argument constructors. The inner one is declared public, just in care that was the problem (it’s not).