Corrections for Javadoc
nlisker at gmail.com
Tue May 23 18:26:23 UTC 2017
Hopefully this makes it in time:
javafx.scene.control.TreeView<T> has wrong javadoc for the
queryAccessibleAttribute method. The source code uses javadoc blocks as
titles, but they should probably be regular comment blocks.
One of those blocks has been read as the doc for the method because that
method has no doc.
On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 7:25 PM, Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
> I just filed a new issue to catch any last minute typos:
> I'll add your note to this new JBS bug.
> Thank you.
> -- Kevin
> Nir Lisker wrote:
>> I'm looking at build 168 of JDK9 and there are a few mistakes in the docs.
>> I can't submit issues to the JIRA so I'll list them here. A similar issue
>> was https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8177341.
>> - The following use "a Observable..." instead of "an Observable...".
>> - javafx.beans.property
>> - ListProperty<E>
>> - MapProperty<K,V>
>> - ReadOnlyListPropertyBase<E>
>> - SetProperty<E>
>> - javafx.beans.binding
>> - NumberExpression
>> - BooleanExpression
>> - DoubleExpression
>> - FloatExpression
>> - IntegerExpression
>> - ListExpression
>> - LongExpression
>> - MapExpression
>> - ObjectExpression
>> - SetExpression
>> - StringExpression
>> - javafx.scene.shape.ObservableFaceArray copies its description
>> from its superinteface ObservableIntegerArray, does not declare any API
>> methods and is listed under package javafx.scene.shape. It's not clear
>> all what this interface is. As it is, it looks like it's not meant to
>> - javafx.collections.ObservableIntegerArray uses "a int" instead of
>> "an int". This writing ("a int") is found in java.lang.Integer as
>> well in
>> a few places.
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