Motivation:

Avoid deprecated messages using Style interfaces

Contact:

Jesse Eichar

Tracker:

 

Tagline:

Keeping stylish

This page represents the current plan; for discussion please check the tracker link above.

Description

Avoid deprecated messages

Status

This proposal is in response to an email from Jessie. We would like the uDig code to be deprecation free (it serves as a very valuable test of GeoTools API stability if and only if it is possible to do everything without using deprecated code).

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API Changes

BEFORE

This change effects imports; also a good chance to remove old FactoryFinder code where it is used to create literals etc...

import org.opengis.filter.expression.Expression;
interface AnchorPoint {
    ...
    void setAnchorPointX(Expression x);
    Expression getAnchorPointX();
    ...
}

AFTER

import org.opengis.filter.expression.Expression;
interface AnchorPoint {
    void setAnchorPointX(Expression x);
    Expression getAnchorPointX();
    ...
}

This is also a good chance to make sure the FilterFactoryFinder calls are removed:

interface AnchorPoint {
    private static final java.util.logging.Logger LOGGER = java.util.logging.Logger
        .getLogger("org.geotools.core");
    private FilterFactory filterFactory;
    private Expression anchorPointX = null;
    private Expression anchorPointY = null;

    public AnchorPointImpl() {
        this( CommonFactoryFinder.getFilterFactory( GeoTools.getDefaultHints() ) );
    }
    /**
     * Creates a new instance of DefaultAnchorPoint
     */
    public AnchorPointImpl( FilterFactory filterFactory ) {
        this.filterFactory = filterFactory; 
        try {
            anchorPointX = filterFactory.literal( 0.0 );
            anchorPointY = filterFactory.literal( 0.5 );
        } catch (org.geotools.filter.IllegalFilterException ife) {
            LOGGER.severe("Failed to build defaultAnchorPoint: " + ife);
        }
    }
}

Effected Documentation

The follow documentation pages were revised: