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immutable.ListMap produces the wrong error message for missing keys.
For a non-empty ListMap, the apply method throws an exception for missing keys. However, this incorrectly states "empty map" instead of "key not found: z".
This bug doesn't apply to mutable.ListMap nor Map.
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Imported From: https://issues.scala-lang.org/browse/SI-6370?orig=1
Reporter: Rick Beton (rickb)
Affected Versions: 2.9.1, 2.9.2
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Changed priority to Major. It's not a blocker.
Rick Beton (rickb) said:
'Major will do. I'd have said 'minor', but the bug submission form only gave me one choice ('blocker').
Fix in scala/scala#2009
PR closed based on discussion
New PR with fixes based on discussion at: scala/scala#2096
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