RT-24088 (accepting patches from the community)
jonathan.giles at oracle.com
Fri Oct 26 01:52:19 PDT 2012
The tweak was unassigned simply because the team member that previously
owned that bug has moved to another team and no longer owns the TabPane
control. This will definitely have an impact on our ability to handle
bugs and tweaks, but I do appreciate having these cases where patches
have been provided brought to my attention.
If you want I will happily work with you to review this patch and
consider integrating it, but first there is a need to sign an OCA before
it is possible for us to accept a patch into OpenJFX. You can find more
out about that here: http://openjdk.java.net/contribute/
On 26/10/2012 9:38 p.m., Tom Schindl wrote:
> I just saw that the above ticket now has no assignee anymore. I'm not
> sure what this means but I have the feeling that it does not mean
> something good for my hope to get this API into jfx8.
> I'm not sure what to do. I filed the bug provided a use case and a patch
> still it looks like I'm not getting something as essential and trivial in.
> I'm eager to help fixing problems and makeing the controls API more
> feature rich so that I can compete with Swing/SWT and get a real
> replacement but if my contributions with patches are ignored in such a
> simple use case I won't in invest the time providing patches for more
> complex things.
> I know most people here don't like SWT but the API they have in the
> widgets is what is a common denominator for all operating systems and so
> JFX-Controls should at least have API that is available from SWT-Widgets.
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