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What's a JTextController?

Darryl Burke
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The API for javax.swing.text.TextAction says:
This is determined by being used in conjunction with a JTextController which arranges to share that information with a TextAction.


I've searched src.zip and rt.jar and can't locate JTextController. Does anyone know where this came from, or is it just a documentation bug?


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Maneesh Godbole
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Only reasonable reference I found was here http://www2.htw-dresden.de/~beck/JAVA11/SWING/api/com.sun.java.swing.text.DefaultTextController.html
Notice the JAVA11 in the URL. Could be 1.1 or 11. I doubt if its 1.1 because of the JTextController


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Ulf Dittmer
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It could well be Java 1.1, since Swing used to work with Java 1.1 (although it was shipped separately). Possibly a class that was part of very early Swing versions, but was then removed and nobody ever bothered to update the javadocs.


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Maneesh Godbole
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:It could well be Java 1.1, since Swing used to work with Java 1.1 (although it was shipped separately). Possibly a class that was part of very early Swing versions, but was then removed and nobody ever bothered to update the javadocs.

I was not aware of this. I took it that Swing was since 1.2
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Yup. I still feel 25!

Darryl Burke
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Thanks, Maneesh and Ulf. I guess it might have been part of Swing before Swing was made a part of core.

I've filed a documentation bug report and have received this auto-response.

Dear Java Developer,

Thank you for reporting this issue.

We have determined that this report is a new bug and entered the bug into our internal bug tracking system under Bug Id: 7049405.

You can monitor this bug on the Java Bug Database at
http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=7049405.

It may take a day or two before your bug shows up in this external database. If you are a member of the Sun Developer Network (SDN), there are two additional options once the bug is visible.

1. Voting for the bug
Click http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/addVote.do?bug_id=7049405.

2. Adding the report to your Bug Watch list.
You will receive an email notification when this bug is updated.
Click http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/addBugWatch.do?bug_id=7049405.

The Sun Developer Network (http://developers.sun.com) is a free service that Sun offers. To join, visit https://softwarereg.sun.com/registration/developer/en_US/new_user.

Regards,
Java Developer Support


Two of those links take you to a login page which hangs forever after submitting, and the third redirects to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html. The fourth just doesn't exist.

Goes to show just how much Oracle is committed to the Java community
Ulf Dittmer
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It may take a day or two before your bug shows up in this external database.

That's a hoot, given that it may take 5 years or more for acknowledged bugs to get fixed.
 
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