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FYI: new test for InputMap

This new test checks that the keys() method for javax.swing.InputMap
returns null when the map is empty.  We currently fail this test.

2005-10-17  Anthony Balkissoon  <>

	* gnu/testlet/javax/swing/InputMap: New directory.
	* gnu/testlet/javax/swing/InputMap/ New test.

//Tags: JDK1.2

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package gnu.testlet.javax.swing.InputMap;

import gnu.testlet.Testlet;
import gnu.testlet.TestHarness;
import javax.swing.InputMap;

 * <p>This tests whether setDefaultCloseOperation() accepts all
 * kinds of values whether they are senseful or not.</p>
 * <p>This triggered GNU Classpath bug #12205.</p>
 * <p>TODO: One could make a graphical test for this. For invalid
 * values the behavior should be like DO_NOTHING_ON_CLOSE</p>
public class newMapKeysNull implements Testlet {
	public void test(TestHarness harness) {
          InputMap map = new InputMap();
          if (map.keys() != null)
  "New InputMap should return null for keys()");


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