semantic-get-local-variables seems to be broken for me when using the Java 1.5 wisent parser in cedet 1.0pre3

Debugger entered: (((("className" 15214 . 15244) variable (:type "String") (reparse-symbol local_variable_declaration) [15207 15244])))
  byte-code("ΑΒ!?!? [tag message "A Rule must return a single tag-line list!" debug] 2)
  semantic--tag-expand(((("className" 15214 . 15244) variable (:type "String") (reparse-symbol local_variable_declaration) [15207 15244])))
  semantic-repeat-parse-whole-stream(((IDENTIFIER 15207 . 15213) (IDENTIFIER 15214 . 15223) (EQ 15224 . 15225) (STRING_LITERAL 15226 . 15244) (SEMICOLON 15244 . 15245) (IF 15254 . 15256) (LPAREN 15257 . 15258) (IDENTIFIER 15258 . 15262) (DOT 15262 . 15263) (IDENTIFIER 15263 . 15269) (GT 15270 . 15271) (NUMBER_LITERAL 15272 . 15273) (RPAREN 15273 . 15274) (IDENTIFIER 15287 . 15296) (EQ 15297 . 15298) (IDENTIFIER 15299 . 15303) (LBRACK 15303 . 15304) (NUMBER_LITERAL 15304 . 15305) (RBRACK 15305 . 15306) (SEMICOLON 15306 . 15307) (IDENTIFIER 15316 . 15324) (LPAREN 15324 . 15325) (IDENTIFIER 15325 . 15334) (COMMA 15334 . 15335) (BOOLEAN_LITERAL 15336 . 15340) (COMMA 15340 . 15341) (BOOLEAN_LITERAL 15342 . 15346) (COMMA 15346 . 15347) (IDENTIFIER 15348 . 15354) (DOT 15354 . 15355) (IDENTIFIER 15355 . 15358) (RPAREN 15358 . 15359) (SEMICOLON 15359 . 15360)) block_statement t)
  semantic-parse-region-default(15198 15365 block_statement nil t)
  semantic-parse-region(15198 15365 block_statement nil t)
  semantic-get-local-variables-java-mode()
  semantic-get-local-variables()
  eval((semantic-get-local-variables))
  eval-expression((semantic-get-local-variables) nil)


This was from within a method that looked like this :

    public static void main (String [] args) {
        String className = "Usages|jde.util.";
        if (args.length > 0)
            className = args[0];
        findSubs(className, true, true, System.out);
    }

but it seems to fail with any method that defines local variables. For methods with no locals, semantic-get-local-variables correctly
returns nil without throwing any errors.

Suraj