[jdom-interest] Bug in ListIterator.add() method
rlear at algorithmics.com
Fri Apr 22 08:33:35 PDT 2005
The complete iterator stuff in JDom is based on pre-collections stuff. There
is a lot of scope to re-hash the iterator problem.
I'll volunteer a patch in the next couple of days if people want to see the
iterator stuff re-written. When I was looking at the Parent/Child stuff a
year or so ago I odentified the iterator processes as being a weak point in
JDom in the sense that it was just plain complex. The wayu I though I would
re-do it implied Java1.2 logic IIRC.
Anyways, I'll use the weekend to produce a patch if people want.
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[mailto:jdom-interest-bounces at jdom.org]On Behalf Of Bradley S. Huffman
Sent: Friday, April 22, 2005 10:57 AM
To: Christian Gruber
Cc: jdom-interest at jdom.org
Subject: Re: [jdom-interest] Bug in ListIterator.add() method
Christian Gruber writes:
> As I suppose, Jdoms ListIterator.add() implementation has a problem
> when it is called more than once and when it is called at the end of
> the list.
Looking at the code it looks like the sequence
will produce <c><b><a> instead of <a><b><c> and continue iterating on
element 2 (<b>) instead of after the last new element. That is a bug.
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