stephan at ncube.de
Tue Nov 26 04:17:44 PST 2002
Then I'd suggest to go back to 1.4.0_01 which works fine. When JDOM
b9 is out, you can upgrade again. There is not much important
difference from what I can see.
On Tue, Nov 26, 2002 at 11:48:07AM +0100, Joerg Erdmenger wrote:
> thanks for that.
> > By any chance JRE 1.4.1? 1.4.0 might be better for this purpose (see
> > bugparade on java.sun.com). Otherwise the CVS version of JDOM is
> > supposed to have some fixes for the new StringBuffer behaviour.
> Yeah, I'm using Sun 1.4.1_01 on Linux.
> Is anything know about when the next release will appear? (Jason says in the
> JDOM arrticle in the oracle magazine that beta9 is imminent; I guess that
> would contain those fixes)
> > Personally, I use JDOM for lots of small files, as this is easy to
> > process, but big files are probably better handled using pure SAX or
> > dom4j.
> I've tried dom4j and that works. But I would like to stay with one high level
> XML API :-(
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