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Upgrade from 1.9 to 1.10


  • when an non-existing listener is removed from an EventList, no exception is thrown anymore, the old behavior can be restored by setting the system property: -Dglazedlists.compat.nonexistent_listener_check
  • the following classes have been moved to exported packages for better OSGI integration:
    • ca.odell.glazedlists.impl.SerializedReadWriteLock --> ca.odell.glazedlists.util.concurrent.SerializedReadWriteLock (in fact, the old class has been preserved for backward serialization compatibility)
    • ca.odell.glazedlists.impl.java15.J2SE50LockFactory --> ca.odell.glazedlists.util.concurrent.J2SE50LockFactory
  • obsolete/outdated lock support classes have been removed:
  • moved ca.odell.glazedlists.impl.SyncListener to ca.odell.glazedlists.SyncListener
    • SyncListener now has a dispose method
    • GlazedLists#syncEventListToList now returns ca.odell.glazedlists.SyncListener
  • changed signature from ca.odell.glazedlists.ObservableElementList$Connector#setObservableElementList(ObservableElementList)
    ObservableElementList now implements


  • upgraded to SwingX 1.6.x, SwingX 1.0.x support has been removed
  • EventJXTableModel is now deprecated, instead use JXTableSupport
  • JXTableSupport has been changed to choose an appropriate event conversion strategy depending on the value of the "fillsViewportHeight" table property
    • if it's "true" then a ListEvent is always converted to one TableModelEvent
    • if it's "false" then the default event conversion is used (each ListEvent block is converted to one TableModelEvent)
    • see GLAZEDLISTS-562 for the motivation of this change
  • JXTableSupport does not reset the default table header renderer to the result of "new JTableHeader().getDefaultRenderer()" anymore, this simplifies the usage of a custom header renderer



  • migrated from JUnit 3 to JUnit 4
  • upgraded Hibernate extension from Hibernate 3.x to Hibernate 5.0.x, because of Hibernate package changes, Hibernate 3 and 4 ist not supported anymore
  • dropped Java 1.5 support, Java 1.6 is the minimum requirement