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Re: Has someone experimented with jedit?

From: David Gilbert
Subject: Re: Has someone experimented with jedit?
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 12:21:43 +0000
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Hi Alexander,

Alexander Shopov wrote:

Are Swing-hackers experimenting with jedit?

I'm not, yet, but I suspect others are. The only "real world" application I've tested so far is JUnit's TestRunner, which is working but subject to some issues. Here is a screen shot (slightly out of date, the icon alignment on the tabs has been dealt with, for example, as well as the bugs that caused the five test failures):

After I finish my current task (a first pass through implementing the javax.swing.plaf.metal.* package, which is close to 90% API coverage now, with MetalFileChooserUI being the biggest remaining piece of work), I'll start looking at some more real Swing applications.

It is a nice app with many layouts and widgets and it may be a nice test case.

Absolutely. I expect running JEdit will help to flush out a lot of bugs in our implementation, and getting it working properly will be a *major* milestone.

Plus - I am using it and hoped I could use it under entirely free java. ;-)

Me too!  I encourage you to join in and help make this happen.


Dave Gilbert

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