Author jeff.allen
Recipients jamesmudd, jeff.allen
Date 2018-03-08.08:43:59
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We don't claim that LinkedList is a Python list which would imply the expected behaviour (or even a collections.MutableSequence), so I think its pop method should do what LinkedList.pop is supposed to do. (Imagine the surprise if it did otherwise.)

For me, your example calls slightly into question that java.util.List should have all the methods of a Python list. Or at any rate, reminds us of the limitations of that idea.

>>> from java.util import LinkedList, ArrayList, List, Deque
>>> List.pop
<method 'pop' of 'java.util.List' objects>
>>> 'pop' in dir(List)

It must surely be the result of JavaProxyList (and PyJavaType). It only supplies the implementation of interface methods not already provided by the actual class.

Would you be content to agree this is not a bug?
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