This may be. bug in OpenDaylight that is being tickled. Ranga is chasing it a bit.
On 09.02.18 10:20, Jan Lindblad wrote: > Eliot, > >> In order to compile the published YANG model with OpenDaylight Yangtools I >> had to make the following change ( diff published file vs. changed file is >> below ): >> >> 583c583 >> < path "../../../../../../acl/name"; >> --- >>> path "/access-lists/acl/name"; >> 597c597 >> < path "../../../../../../../acl/aces/ace/name"; >> --- >>> path "/access-lists/acl/aces/ace/name"; >> >> I am not sure (don't have enough YANG experience) to know if the error is >> with Yangtools or with the published YANG model but I thought I'd send this >> information to the list just in case. >> >> Thank you for your attention. > Both the old and the new path look valid to me. Even if you can always > replace a relative path with an absolute from a YANG validity perspective, > changing from relative to absolute paths often *changes the semantics*, so > that is not generally safe. In this case, however, they do amount to the same > thing (since they both end up going all the way up to the top level > container). > > /jan > >
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