[jdom-interest] Re: deprecated methods

Cem Karan Cem.Karan at usa.alcatel.com
Wed Feb 28 05:33:29 PST 2001

> I use Visual Age every day with JDOM.  The entry in the FAQ is not exactly
> what I do but the real key is to separate the org.w3c.* classes from any
> parser you have on your workspace.  Put those classes into a separate
> project and version it.  Once you have done that version the parser on your
> workspace.  If you are using WTE, you will have to do this for XML4J as well
> as any version of Xerces you may have.
> Then, just bring the parser you want to use out of the repository and remove
> any of the others.  Actually, I have no problems leaving multiple parsers in
> my workspace but ususally don't just to save RAM.

Still no go, but I'm not too worried about it.  Since the methods are
deprecated, but still there, it is fine.  The main thing that we need to
worry about is that those warnings mean that some updates to the code
need to be made to make sure that jdom and xerces-j don't get out of
sync with one another.  As I said though, I'm not too concerned now that
I now the two versions that I have will play nice with one another.


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