Hello and where are the demos?
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Thu Dec 9 17:27:17 UTC 2010
On 12/9/10 6:06 PM, Steve Poole wrote:
> Greetings to everyone.
first of all: welcome!
> I've picked a few sunbugs to start that looked like they fitted into this
> category which are simple fixes to some demos. I'm now a little confused
> (and falling at the first hurdle) - where in OpenJDK do I find the source
> for the SwingSet2 demos?
The OpenJDK demos are in the jdk repository - so just cd to jdk/src/share/demo for the
good stuff. I can't find SwingSet2 in there, so I don't think it was released as
part of OpenJDK - I believe the demo contained a bunch of third party images, though
the exact minutiae of that happened before I joined Sun.
Meanwhile, the next generation of open source Swing demos can be found at
https://swingset3.dev.java.net/ - though that doesn't necessarily make sense as
something to hack on to get a feel for OpenJDK, as it's not a part of it.
Instead, if you want to have a go at improving the Swing-ish demos, please take a
look at the jfc subdirectory of the demo directory for the examples that are in
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