Orbix idl compiler generates different stub code each time it is executed.

Orbix idl compiler generates different stub code each time it is executed.

Summary Orbix idl compiler generates different stub code each time it is executed.
Environment Orbix 6, all operating systems
Question/Problem Description Orbix idl compiler might generate code that looks slightly different each execution iteration. This is caused by an internal iteration over a hash table keyed by pointers to nodes in the IDL syntax tree, which produces different orders depending on pointer values.
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Resolution While the stub/skeleton code might be a bit different, it  is still a correct code. It will compile and run correctly with no errors. This does not constitute a bug, and will not interfere with Orbix code proper execution.
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