[jdom-interest] Content missing after conversion from W3C Element to JDOM2 Element
larsen007 at web.de
Wed Nov 7 14:48:17 PST 2012
I will try to test this tomorrow in my company.
On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 22:48:48 +0100, Rolf Lear <jdom at tuis.net> wrote:
> If you pull the JDOM code from github, set it up as an eclipse project
> (if you use eclipse...), then right-click the build.xml file and run the
> eclipse target. If you use eclipse you can then right-click the project
> and run all tests, or you can run the ant junit target.
> As for which DOM you use, run your project with the java option
> -Djaxp.debug=1 to see which DOM is found.
> Larsen <larsen007 at web.de> wrote:Hi Rolf,
> I haven´t used unit tests so far and would need some instructions on how
> to run them in case this becomes necessary.
> How can I check for a buggy DOM implementation?
> On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 19:31:09 +0100, Rolf Lear <jdom at tuis.net> wrote:
>> Hi (again).
>> Based on some double-checking, I suspect that you have a buggy DOM
>> GetTextContent returns nodeBalue for Text nodes... Node.getTextContent
>> says it should anyway.
>> I will check it out some more later.
>> Larsen <larsen007 at web.de> wrote:> I am quite a JDOM2 newbie and noticed
>> strange/incorrect behaviour when
>>> converting a W3C-Element to a JDOM-Element. (snip)
>> PS: Using latest JDOM 2.0.3 and Java 7 ("1.7.0_09")
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