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Update CassandraType #113

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Adam Nick Berardi

Added checks for reversed types nested inside composite types. This prevents a Type not found exception being thrown.

Nick Berardi

I haven't forgot about this, I am going to merge in soon and thanks for the contributions.

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Nick Berardi

I found the issue. The ReverseType wasn't overflowing properly when there was a complex type on the inside. So I implemented a recursive parse method to take care of this. Thanks for bringing this issue to my attention.

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Commits on Feb 8, 2013
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  1. +18 −1 src/Types/CassandraType.cs
19 src/Types/CassandraType.cs
@@ -131,7 +131,24 @@ private void ParseCompositeType(string part)
_compositeTypes = new List<CassandraType>();
foreach (var p in parts)
- _compositeTypes.Add(Parse(p));
+ {
+ int reversedStart = p.IndexOf('(');
+ // check for reversed type
+ if (reversedStart == -1)
+ {
+ _compositeTypes.Add(Parse(p));
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ var part1 = p.Substring(0, reversedStart);
+ if (Parse(part1) == typeof(ReversedType))
+ _compositeTypes.Add(new CassandraType(p));
+ else
+ throw new CassandraException("Type '" + part1 + "' not found.");
+ }
+ }
private void ParseDynamicCompositeType(string part)
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