<AWT Dev> [OpenJDK 2D-Dev] FINAL PROJECT: Portable GUI backends

Dmitri Trembovetski Dmitri.Trembovetski at Sun.COM
Tue Aug 5 09:07:32 PDT 2008

   Hi Mario,

   looks pretty good!

   It'd be awesome if along with all those documents there was a
    webrev [1] for your changes.

   In your case it'd be a webrev between a repo with your
   changes vs jdk7 master (assuming your repo is synced with
   master so that the webrev doesn't show any changes other
   than ones you made).

   It makes it easier to go over the changes quickly..

   If your repo's default parent is (some child of) jdk7
   master, then all you need to do is run
     webrev -l -f
   and post a link to the generated webrev/ directory..


  [1] http://blogs.sun.com/jcc/entry/webrev_for_openjdk_a_code

Mario Torre wrote:
> Dear judges, dear mailing list,
> Please find all necessary material (documentation, source code, tests,
> etc) to the Caciocavallo project here:
> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/caciocavallo/caciocavallo/raw-file/tip/cacio-docs/index.html
> All the source code developed as part of this project is published
> under the SCA of Roman Kennke, Mario Torre and aicas GmbH. This
> includes the code published under these repositories:
> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/caciocavallo/caciocavallo/
> http://kennke.org/~hg/hgwebdir.cgi/caciocavallo/
> http://kennke.org/~hg/hgwebdir.cgi/caciocavallo-ng/
> The latter two serve as prototypical implementations of a GUI
> backend. They share some code with the Escher peer from GNU
> Classpath. The authors (Mario and me) donated a previous version of that
> code to the
> GNU Classpath project. The authors made sure that only code is
> contributed to any project that was actually written 100% by the
> authors.
> Kind regards, Mario and Roman

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