Description of problem:
The error occured during export of UML-Data to Java, whereby a subset of classes caused this error:
The classes were named "ItemIterface", "WorldInterface" and "ComponentInterface".
At least for me, those classes did not contain anything special besides their common part of the name.
If the information provided is not enough to reproduce the error, I will provide a minimal test case .xmi file
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cmdline: /usr/bin/umbrello -caption Umbrello
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (7 frames)
#2 QListData::detach_grow at tools/qlist.cpp:85
#3 QList<UMLAssociation*>::detach_helper_grow at /usr/include/QtCore/qlist.h:679
#4 QList<UMLAssociation*>::append at /usr/include/QtCore/qlist.h:510
#5 UMLCanvasObject::getAssociations at /usr/src/debug/umbrello-4.11.4/umbrello/umlcanvasobject.cpp:347
#6 UMLCanvasObject::getSuperClasses at /usr/src/debug/umbrello-4.11.4/umbrello/umlcanvasobject.cpp:362
#7 UMLClassifier::findSuperClassConcepts at /usr/src/debug/umbrello-4.11.4/umbrello/classifier.cpp:618
#8 JavaWriter::getSuperImplementedOperations at /usr/src/debug/umbrello-4.11.4/umbrello/codegenerators/java/javawriter.cpp:802
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