JIRA Components Question

Mark Fortner phidias51 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 11:43:53 PST 2013

Thanks, that cleared things up.  It looks like the issue may overlap
components though, since the Line class is in javafx.scene and geom package
is considered part of graphics.  But we'll see what happens.

Thanks again,


On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 11:34 AM, Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
> wrote:

> We usually do this when triaging, so no worries if it goes into the wrong
> component. Richard and Steve have plans to reorganize the code once most of
> the code is open-sourced, which will among other things make it easier to
> figure out the component
> For now, just use your best judgment. The following might help:
> scenegraph -- core scene graph (most of what is in the javafx.scene.*
> packages)
> graphics -- prism, decora, geom, quantum
> glass -- glass window system
> core libraries -- collections, beans, builder
> swing -- interop for javafx.embed.* (including, oddly enough, SWT)
> Most of the other components should be pretty self explanatory.
> -- Kevin
> Mark Fortner wrote:
>> I have an issue that the assignee says should be in geom:
>> http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/**browse/RT-27019<http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-27019>.
>>  Currently, I have it
>> assigned to the Scenegraph JIRA component, but these components don't seem
>> to match up to projects/artifacts.  For example, the geom package that he
>> refers to is in the javafx-ui-common project.  I added a geom label.
>> Are users expected to figure out the components and labels, or does this
>> typically happen when an issue is triaged?
>> Cheers,
>> Mark

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