[jdom-interest] Tree walker somewhere ??
rishiatqwest at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 28 06:41:03 PST 2002
Yes it would provide a nice configurability !
Methods I am working on, do not require you to pass an
Element(Object), you can pass an element name or even
a specific attribute of the lelement.
--- Paul Libbrecht <paul at mathweb.org> wrote:
> Sir Rishi,
> I actually realize that this way of writing the node
> walking in a thread
> that makes its own recursion could be very general
> for subclassing,
> allowing anyone to quickly write a subclass with
> it's own dreadly
> recursive walking way... that seems to be a pretty
> nice configurability.
> Doesn't it ??
> On Dimanche, janvier 27, 2002, at 06:11 , Rishi
> Srivastav wrote:
> > I have written some recursive utility methods
> > can traverse the tree and give various results
> > all sub elements of an element (not only just next
> > level-for which JDOM API already has methods) ,
> > children of an Element etc. If this would be of
> > help I can upload them.
> > (Wonder why these methods were not there in the
> > place..must be some reason though I am sure.)
> > Let me know.
> > Rishi
> > --- Paul Libbrecht <paul at mathweb.org> wrote:
> >> Hi Jdommers,
> >> I'm about to implement a tree-walker for JDOM and
> >> was wondering wether
> >> anyone had done such a thing. I'd like something
> >> like an ListIterator
> >> (though bi-directional is not essential).
> >> Paul
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