JEP 253 Update: new JavaDoc ready for review
jonathan.giles at oracle.com
Tue Sep 1 07:44:18 UTC 2015
This is likely true, to a degree. The thing is, most people who customise their controls do this at the skin level and retain the same behavior. This isn't always true of course, but it generally is. For this reason the priority is on getting the skins public first. Behaviors will come second, which is unfortunate, but we don't have enough runway to do everything we want.
Sent from a touch device. Please excuse my brevity.
On 1 September 2015 19:10:01 GMT+12:00, Robert Zenz <robert.zenz at sibvisions.com> wrote:
>Am I seeing this right that this means that overriding/extending
>existing controls in JDK9 will become real hard because we have no way
>to get the already existing behavior and build upon it?
>On 31.08.2015 10:06, Jonathan Giles wrote:
>> That is correct. The feasibility of doing this in a JDK 9 update
>> is another issue entirely, so the main point is that it will be at
>> some point after the first JDK 9 release, but no guarantees when.
>> -- Jonathan
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