[jdom-interest] Element.getDocument() ?

Joerg joerg at freiheit.com
Thu Aug 31 01:02:34 PDT 2000

How do you want to do that? Do you want to put a referencce to a Document in every
Element? When you do it like this, you have to update all Elemets when you copy a
subtree from one Document to another. This would be the same "ownerDocument" -
"cloneNode" problem like in DOM.


bob wrote:

> > > Currently, there appears to be no way to obtain the Document
> > > which owns a particular Element.
> >
> > I'm OK with this, but I don't have the time to make the changes. There
> > would need to be changes in Element.java, PartialList.java, and
> > Document.java, as far as I can tell.
> >
> > Wanna do them, Bob?
> Sure.  Though, I'm offline until next Wednesday.  So, I'll submit
> a patch mid-to-late next week.
>         -bob
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