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DesktopPane and InternalFrame components.

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elberry
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I've created a DesktopPane component along with an InternalFrame component.

http://www.townsfolkdesigns.com/blog/elberry/2008/07/18/javafx-desktoppa...

If anyone is interested in using them, you're free to download, use, or modify them as you please.

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elberry
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Oops. Developer request was denied. NW, I attached it to the Jira Ticket, and it's on my blog, so it'll be available.

If I have time in the future, I'll try to get more involved and then I can always try again. :)

alexsch
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What about to put your DesktopPane and InternalFrame components to the open repository?

If so, I will contribute some components (EditorPane, TabbedPane, Tree) from Assortis
project (openjfx-compiler\demos\Assortis) for that.

elberry
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I'd love to. Are you referring to the openjfx.dev.java.net repository? Don't I need to be a developer to commit things?

alexsch
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As I understand, the openjfx-compiler project has sandbox directory where anybody can commit his javafx library. See http://openjfx-compiler.dev.java.net project.

May be, if it is possible, it can be any open repository like http://code.google.com

elberry
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k cool. I'll give that a try. Anyone have any suggestions as to where to put it? New directory called "ext", or "extra"?

michael_heinrichs
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I think you need commit access for the sandbox as well. It's not a special area, just a subfolder in the repository. It's used for experimental stuff, which is not part of the build.

One option to commit your sources is to attach them to the JIRA-issue, which is keeping track of the missing DesktopPane/InternalFrame. This will give the developer, who is going to work on this issue a good start.
http://openjfx.java.sun.com/jira/browse/JFXC-1280

The other option is to become a developer. Help is always needed! :-)
You can apply for the role here: https://openjfx.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectMembershipRequest

elberry
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Cool. I'll attach them to the Jira ticket and I don't see any harm in applying for a developer status, couldn't hurt. :)

Thanks.