|author||Madalin Valceleanu <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Jan 06 13:07:47 2023 +0000|
|committer||Madalin Valceleanu <email@example.com>||Fri Jan 06 13:07:47 2023 +0000|
Add support for different SdkListItem on BasicJComboBoxCellReader IntelliJ supports different types of items as part of JComboBox, described on SdkListItem. We recently started to use SdkReferenceItem allowing us to don't create a linked jdk.table entry, something fundamental in the case of macros like #JAVA_HOME. This allowed us to move away from the hardcoded jdk naming we had for the same purpose. This change allows us in those cases to be able to return properly the value of the cell, instead of avoiding processing SdkListItem as text, and unable to return its value. Bug: 263797479 Test: StudioDefaultJDKTest and existing Change-Id: I39e3da009eafb424c3afb1b659bb1dc7d75de62b
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