anthony.petrov at oracle.com
Wed Feb 22 12:45:28 PST 2012
On 2/23/2012 12:23 AM, Richard Bair wrote:
>>> First question, at present there is an FXRobot base class and a factory and a BasicFXRobot implementation. Is this structure still relevant? I have my hunch that this is carry over from back in the 1.0 days when we had a separate JavaFX Mobile implementation, whereas now we are consolidated on a single implementation and it should no longer be needed to have this separation. I prototyped merging the BasicFXRobot implementation into the FXRobot class, making FXRobot final, and removing the factory. The runtime builds fine.
>> Are we sure we'll never ever want to have an implementation of the FXRobot class that would generate real, native input events? (i.e. be based on Glass' Robot implementation?)
> I'm not even sure how many robots we have! I guess there is AWT, Glass, and FXRobot?
Yes, I'm only aware of these three, too.
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