#7230 Ctrl+Q quick javadoc does not work sometimes

When invoking Ctrl+Q on isAssignableFrom below window pops up shows Fetching
JavaDocs .... and then goes blank
My JDK sources are attached but java dock configured via public HTTP on
sun's web site. Shift+F1 forks ok
Most of CtrlQ on other jdk methods work as well. CtrlQ on actual
isAssignableFrom declaration in Class.java works as well

public Query createQuery(Extent extent) {
if (!candidateClass.isAssignableFrom(extent.getCandidateClass())) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException("Provided extent's candidate class
is not a subclass of " +
"QueryBuilded candidateClass");
}
Query q = extent.getPersistenceManager().newQuery(extent);
initQuery(q);
return q;
}


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This is a known and old issue with Javadocs of methods having Generics () in their signatures ... isAssignableFrom has a signature "isAssignableFrom(Class>]]> cls)" - that what makes Ctrl+Q to misbehave :(

Anybody from JetBrains to comment on this ?

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Hello Alex,

Fixed. Thank you

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Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

When invoking Ctrl+Q on isAssignableFrom below window pops up shows
Fetching
JavaDocs .... and then goes blank
My JDK sources are attached but java dock configured via public HTTP
on
sun's web site. Shift+F1 forks ok
Most of CtrlQ on other jdk methods work as well. CtrlQ on actual
isAssignableFrom declaration in Class.java works as well
public Query createQuery(Extent extent) {
if (!candidateClass.isAssignableFrom(extent.getCandidateClass()))
{
throw new IllegalArgumentException("Provided extent's candidate
class
is not a subclass of " +
"QueryBuilded
candidateClass");
}
Query q = extent.getPersistenceManager().newQuery(extent);
initQuery(q);
return q;
}



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