High performance text component
felipe.heidrich at oracle.com
Wed Sep 5 13:53:19 PDT 2012
The current implementation has two different approaches for finding break opportunities in the text.
For complex text (thai, etc) it uses java.text.BreakIterator, for English/Latin it uses simpler implementation (which is faster).
Bugs like start lines with spaces or breaking IP address (or email address, see http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-24735) will be fixed.
On Sep 5, 2012, at 11:39 AM, John Smith wrote:
> What kind of wrapping will the high performance text component perform?
> For example, will the component be able to proportionally space lines of text to align them, hyphenate words, keep IP address components together, make sure a wrapped line does not begin with a space, etc?
> If it doesn't do these things, would it be possible to build something which did on top of the high performance text component or would some other component be more appropriate as a basis for such tasks?
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>>>> Felipe, we should update the documents on the WIKI to refer to the "Rich Text API" instead of DOM API because I fear this can get confusing! Other than those of us internally who have argued for / against the Attributed String style vs. the DOM style, most people probably won't get the subtlety, having missed the context.
>>> Should I rename Div to Paragraph, Span to Text ?
>> We already have 'Text'. Is this different or could we reuse what's already there.
> That is an open question, although personally I would prefer that we just reuse the Text object. We have to make sense of a Text placed in a "Paragraph" anyway, even if we had a separate Span, so it seems more sensible to just make Text make sense.
>> Just checking: the 'Paragraph' isn't just a FlowPane with special support for line wrapping text is it? I.e FlowPane.setWordWrapEnabled(true).
> I imagine the implementation is completely different, and the spacing etc parameters on FlowPane might not be sensible for a Paragraph. Plus, it is in the wrong package (we will need package private access to Text internals).
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