In situations like this:
When a client accesses GET /somewhere/superint/foo, resteasy throws indicating that it doesn't think the returned type from getSuperInt() has JAX-RS annotations. In GetRestful.getSubResourceClass(), resteasy looks first up the superclass chain for JAX-RS annotations, then it looks only at the immediate class's interfaces and throws if they don't have JAX-RS annos.
Is it possible that resteasy should examine superclass interfaces as well? What is the purpose of finding a single class with some jaxrs annotations? What if the class (or a superclass) implemented several interfaces that had different, but compatible annotations?