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  1. Take a bow.

    Exceptionally useful and intuitive service. Thank you!

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      • Performance improvement of StatementFinalizer

        StatementFinalizer has been improved by replacing internal ArrayList by LinkedList. It was taking too much time in case millions of statements are stored in the list. However, it still takes time to find the entry we are removing.

        I feel it still can be improved by just reverting this change and instead of removing the object from list (first line of StatementFinalizer.closeInvoked() method), get that Statement reference and close that.

        At the end of loop when all Statements have been closed, we can just call clear() on the list. It will nullify all the references and those will GCed latter.

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        • Have you thought about adding clojars.org to your list of supported repos?

          There are some java jars deployed there, like riemann-java-client.

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                We are adding h2o into the grepcode index as we speak and will be available on the next refresh of the index, expected in a week or so.

              • Bug in sun.security.ec.ECParameters/jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMKeyValue

                Tried to run the following code to implement EC cryptography:

                XMLSignatureFactory fac = XMLSignatureFactory.getInstance("DOM");
                KeyPairGenerator kpg = KeyPairGenerator.getInstance("EC");
                kpg.initialize(256);
                KeyPair kp = kpg.generateKeyPair();
                KeyInfoFactory kif = fac.getKeyInfoFactory();
                KeyValue kv = kif.newKeyValue(kp.getPublic()); // Get error here

                But I get the error in the last line of code. I found the problem in DOMKeyValue.jar where it tries to ECParameters.encodePoint. But the latest release of ECParameters doesn't have this method. Here is the error when I copied the code from EC.getMethod() in DOMKeyValue.java:
                Source breakpoint: KeyTest.java:26
                Exception breakpoint: Class.java:1786, java.lang.NoSuchMethodException, sun.security.ec.ECParameters.encodePoint(java.security.spec.ECPoint, java.security.spec.EllipticCurve)

                I also checked the code in grepcode.com on both the DOMKeyValue…

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                • Add version information for multiple occurencies of same type in type hierarchy view

                  As some types can evolve within different version of a project it would be nice to select right version for navigation.

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