[jdom-interest] Reusable JDOM Elements

Martin Schulz schulz at videotron.ca
Mon Nov 11 17:36:45 PST 2002

could you elaborate just a little?
A straight forward reference counting implementation would be intrusive,
wouldn't it?
Then we would still have the problem that an element (or any other
'node') can just have one parent...
Am I correct in assuming that you used an external reference holder,
which was then used to identify and detach the recyclable pieces?
Now for me that would only be half of the solution, as I would have to
provide either a pooling solution for multiple
copies of these pieces, or implement a synchronization point for
resource access.
Also was there a performance gain obtained in your solution?

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In the past, I have successfully combined JDOM Elements with reference

Once the xml file was generated, I would traverse the document from the
root element, making detach() calls. 


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