assuming you have such data class with default parameters
data class Info( @DrawableRes val iconRes: Int = 0, @StringRes val stringRes: Int = 0, @LayoutRes val layoutRes: Int = 0)
so you can create this data-class like
val data = Info( iconRes = R.drawable.icon, stringRes = R.string.text, layoutRes = R.layout.layout)
in this case there isn’t any lint error
But when i try to use default parameters a lint error is occured:
val data = Info( //here is expected resource of type drawable error stringRes = R.string.text layoutRes = R.layout.layout)
Seems that it uses position in parameters, not the exact type & name.
I’ve tried to use explicit annotation like
@param:DrawableRes, but with the same result.
Can i somehow solve this problem? I use latest Android Studio 3.0.
It was an issue in Android Studio and was fixed in 3.1. Checked on 3.1-beta4