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Relation to Swing

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ratoo
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Hello!

I read some things about the difference between scene graph approach and direct rendering... So as far as I understand:
1. Scenario is based on top of Java 2D.
2. Swing is based on top of Java 2D.
3. Swing layouts is a particular case of scene graph.

Q. Is there plans to include scenario in JRE (like java2D)? (Java 8,9...)
Q. Suppose you are not going to compete with JGraph? ;-)

Thank you

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Joshua Marinacci

It is in our plans to one day include the Scene Graph in the JRE.
Keep in mind that anything which goes into core must go through the
JCP, so the decision is up to them.
I'm not familiar with JGraph. Is that software for making charts?

- j

On Dec 12, 2007, at 9:21 AM, scenario@javadesktop.org wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I read some things about the difference between scene graph
> approach and direct rendering... So as far as I understand:
> 1. Scenario is based on top of Java 2D.
> 2. Swing is based on top of Java 2D.
> 3. Swing layouts is a particular case of scene graph.
>
> Q. Is there plans to include scenario in JRE (like java2D)? (Java
> 8,9...)
> Q. Suppose you are not going to compete with JGraph? ;-)
>
> Thank you
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