Uses of Class

Packages that use PathMap.Element   

Uses of PathMap.Element in

Methods in that return PathMap.Element
 PathMap.Element<T> PathMap.Element.getDescendant(Path relPath, boolean exact)
          Map a relPath starting at this Element.
 PathMap.Element<T> PathMap.Element.getParent()
          Return the parent of this element
 PathMap.Element<T> path, boolean exact)
          Map a path to a child.
 PathMap.Element<T> PathMap.put(Path path)
          Create an empty child given by its path.
 PathMap.Element<T> PathMap.put(Path path, T obj)
          Create an element given by its path.
 PathMap.Element<T> PathMap.Element.remove(Path.Element nameIndex)
          Remove a child.

Methods in that return types with arguments of type PathMap.Element
 Iterator<PathMap.Element<T>> PathMap.Element.getChildren()
          Return an iterator over all of this element's children.

Methods in with parameters of type PathMap.Element
 void PathMap.ElementVisitor.elementVisited(PathMap.Element<T> element)
          Invoked for every element visited on a tree traversal
 boolean PathMap.Element.isAncestorOf(PathMap.Element<T> other)
          Return a flag indicating whether the specified node is a child of this node.
 void PathMap.Element.put(Path.Element nameIndex, PathMap.Element<T> element)
          Link a child of this node.
 void PathMap.put(Path path, PathMap.Element<T> element)
          Put an element given by its path.

Method parameters in with type arguments of type PathMap.Element
 void PathMap.Element.setChildren(Map<Path.Element,PathMap.Element<T>> children)
          Sets a new list of children of this element.

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