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From morg...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-commons/collections STATUS.html
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 21:34:03 GMT
morgand     02/02/26 13:34:03

  Modified:    collections STATUS.html
  Log:
  Added new 2.0 Collections and some of the missing 1.0 Collections
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.11      +42 -1     jakarta-commons/collections/STATUS.html
  
  Index: STATUS.html
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-commons/collections/STATUS.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.10
  retrieving revision 1.11
  diff -u -r1.10 -r1.11
  --- STATUS.html	21 Feb 2002 17:38:28 -0000	1.10
  +++ STATUS.html	26 Feb 2002 21:34:03 -0000	1.11
  @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
   
   <div align="center">
   <h1>The Jakarta Commons <em>Collections</em> Package</h1>
  -$Id: STATUS.html,v 1.10 2002/02/21 17:38:28 bayard Exp $<br>
  +$Id: STATUS.html,v 1.11 2002/02/26 21:34:03 morgand Exp $<br>
   <a href="#Introduction">[Introduction]</a>
   <a href="#Dependencies">[Dependencies]</a>
   <a href="#Release Info">[Release Info]</a>
  @@ -29,6 +29,12 @@
   <li><strong>ArrayStack</strong> - An implementation of the java.util.Stack
API
       that is based on an ArrayList instead of a Vector, so it is not synchronized to
       protect against multi-threaded access.</li>
  +<li><strong>Bag</strong> - A Collection that keeps a count of its members
of the same
  +    type, using <code>hashCode</code> to check for equality. Suppose
  +    you have a Bag that contains <code>{a, a, b, c}</code>.  Calling
  +    getCount on <code>a</code> would return 2, while calling
  +    uniqueSet would return <code>{a, b, c}</code>.  <i>Note: this is
an
  +    interface with several implementations.</i></li>
   <li><strong>BeanMap</strong> - An implementation of the java.util.Map
API
       that is based on a JavaBean using introspection. The property names are the
       keys of the map and the property values are the values of the map.</li>
  @@ -37,6 +43,11 @@
   <li><strong>CursorableLinkedList</strong> - an implementation of the
java.util.List
       interface supporting a java.util.ListIterator that allows concurrent
       modifications to the underlying list.</li>
  +<li><strong>DoubleOrderedMap</strong> - Red-Black tree-based implementation
of Map. 
  +    This class guarantees
  +    that the map will be in both ascending key order and ascending
  +    value order, sorted according to the natural order for the key's
  +    and value's classes.</li>
   <li><strong>ExtendedProperties</strong> - extends normal Java properties
by adding
       the possibility to use the same key many times, concatenating the value strings
       instead of overwriting them.</li>
  @@ -49,10 +60,40 @@
   <li><strong>FastTreeMap</strong> - a custom implementation of java.util.TreeMap
       designed to operate in a multithreaded environment where the large majority of
       method calls are read-only, instead of structural changes.</li>
  +<li><strong>FilterIterator</strong> - A Proxy <code>Iterator</code>
which takes a 
  +    <code>Predicate</code> 
  +    instance to filter out objects from an underlying <code>Iterator</code>
instance.
  +    Only objects for which the
  +    specified <code>Predicate</code> evaluates to <code>true</code>
are
  +    returned.</li>
  +<li><strong>FilterListIterator</strong> - A proxy <code>ListIterator</code>
which 
  +    takes a <code>Predicate</code> instance to filter
  +    out objects from an underlying <code>ListIterator</code> 
  +    instance. Only objects for which the specified 
  +    <code>Predicate</code> evaluates to <code>true</code> are
  +    returned by the iterator.</li>
  +<li><strong>HashBag</strong> -  An implementation of <strong>Bag</strong>
that is backed by a 
  +    HashMap.</li>
   <li><strong>ListUtils</strong> - miscelaneous utilities to manipulate
Lists.</li>
  +<li><strong>MultiMap</strong> - This is simply a Map with slightly different
semantics.
  +    Instead of returning an Object, it returns a Collection.
  +    So for example, you can put( key, new Integer(1) ); 
  +    and then a Object get( key ); will return you a Collection 
  +    instead of an Integer.  This is an interface implemented
  +    by <strong>MultiHashMap</strong>.</li>
   <li><strong>PriorityQueue</strong> - a PriorityQueue interface, with
       <strong>BinaryHeap</strong> and <strong>SynchronizedPriorityQueue</strong>
       implementations.</li>
  +<li><strong>SequencedHashMap</strong> -  A map of objects whose mapping
entries are 
  +    sequenced based on the order in
  +    which they were added.</li>
  +<li><strong>SingletonIterator</strong> - An Iterator over a single 
  +    object instance.</li>
  +<li><strong>SortedBag</strong> - A type of <strong>Bag</strong>
that maintains order among its unique
  +    representative members</li>
  +<li><strong>TreeBag</strong> - An implementation of <strong>Bag</strong>
that is backed by a 
  +    TreeMap. Order will be maintained among the unique representative
  +    members.</li>
   </ul>
   
   <a name="Dependencies"></a>
  
  
  

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