<AWT Dev>  Review request for 7123476: DesktopOpenTests:When enter the file path and click the open button, it crash
Denis S. Fokin
denis.fokin at oracle.com
Tue Mar 27 06:03:10 PDT 2012
here is a new version of the fix.
I took into account you suggestions. Now the implementation loads gtk
API if it exists on the library path. If it does not exists we try to
load gnome API. If it is not successful we do not support the functionality.
I introduced a couple of files to keep gnome interface separately like
we do with gtk. I expect that we remove them as soon as all our
supported OS configurations will be have installed the proper GTK
library by default.
As for the synchronization section, I do not see how to use the
fp_gdk_threads_* functions with gnome API so I put the critical under
gtk-specific if-clause section.
On 2/1/2012 9:03 PM, Anthony Petrov wrote:
> Hi Denis,
> The gtk_show_uri() is available since GTK 2.14. Did you verify if all
> platforms supposed to be supported by JDK 8 have this version of GTK
> libraries installed by default? I'm mostly concerned about Solaris
> systems, as well as corporate Linux desktops. If this is not the case,
> then perhaps using this function should be conditional, and with the old
> GTK library we should fall back to using the old API. You may notice
> that, for example, for the file chooser we have an explicit check for
> GTK 2.8.0 and use the new
> gtk_file_chooser_set_do_overwrite_confirmation() API only when it's
> I like that we move all the GTK-related utility code to the
> gtk2_interface files. A few comments:
> 1. Please use the TRUE and FALSE constants instead of 1 and 0 as a
> return value for gtk2_show_uri_load().
> 2. Should the fprintf() call be #ifdef'ed for INTERNAL_BUILD's only?
> best regards,
> On 2/1/2012 7:39 PM, Denis S. Fokin wrote:
>> Hi AWT team,
>> Please review a fix for the CR 7123476 at
>> CR URL:
>> The Gnome API is deprecated so we need to migrate on GTK function. See
>> the next thread.
>> Thank you,
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