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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32653] - [beanutils] Beans and Maps mixed up in PropertyUtils
Date Sun, 12 Dec 2004 22:52:49 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dakota.jack@gmail.com  2004-12-12 23:52 -------
I am not going to bother to continue with this, Craig, but your comments are not
correct, if I am right.  I have learned not to try to keep something going if a
committer decides otherwise.

First, I use the sorts of "solutions" to the sorts of problems you were thinking
of all the time.  So, I did not assume they were not possible.  They are rather
standard in the literature.  I am interested in doing things that these
solutions cannot cover, because of undocumented details in the implementation of
Java classes such as Map and HashSet, etc., which make many solutions too
fragile (perhaps unwittingly) for serious use.  

Second, I do think the change I requested is fundamental but I do not think that
any dependencies need to be broken to make the change.  Sometimes there is a
simple way to introduce fundamental architectural changes.  In this case, all I
think is required is a swithc for ActionForms going in and ActionForms going out
and nothing needs to be broken at all, even if there might be a better long term
solution.  If you think this deserves reopening the bug, please do so.  Then, I
might be able to do something with Struts as it is in this area.  if you don't
think that it deserves reopening the bug, I would be interested, if you have
time, in knowing why not.  

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