Corrections for Javadoc
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Sat May 27 13:16:09 UTC 2017
I missed seeing this comment so did not add it to JDK-8180070. Sorry
about that. I filed a new bug for this one...currently it is assigned to
9, in case there is still time to get it fixed.
Nir Lisker wrote:
> Looks like the above didn't make it in time. Can it be fixed in the
> next batch?
> On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 9:26 PM, Nir Lisker <nlisker at gmail.com
> <mailto:nlisker at gmail.com>> wrote:
> 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 <mailto: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
> - 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 at
> all what this interface is. As it is, it looks like
> it's not meant to be
> - 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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