<AWT Dev> Bug 6913179, FileDialog uses native GTK under Linux: first patch
c.cerbo at gmail.com
Fri Feb 12 07:04:13 PST 2010
it would be great, if we could update the JFileChooser in the GTK L&F.
When I had more time I've tried to emulate it completly in swing
(without native code), but the awt & swing team didn't like this
Unfortunately I've now not so much time to start a new task from
scratch but I could support you by testing on Fedora, Suse and
There is already the issue 5090726 in the Sun Bug Database.
P.S.: thanks a lot for your patch about the awt FileDialog: I'll test
it on monday.
2010/2/12 Damjan Jovanovic <damjan.jov at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 12:52 AM, Costantino Cerbo <c.cerbo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Peter,
>> 2010/1/26 Peter Zhelezniakov <Peter.Zhelezniakov at sun.com>:
>>> Note that JFileChooser has some bells and whistles like setAccessory() and
>>> setFileSystemView(). We're going to have hard time making GTK paint the
>>> right thing =) I'm not sure it is at all possible.
>> I know... therefore I start this project to emulate the native GTK in Swing:
>> Maybe the Awt and the Swing team may reconsider to adopt this solution
>> in the next Java releases.
>> As I already stated, I can fully donate the code to the OpenJDK
>> project: consider it yours! ;-)
> The GtkFileChooser seems fairly customizable: setAccessory() can be
> implemented using gtk_file_chooser_set_preview_widget(), and the
> filesystem view seems customizable too. You can also slot in custom
> widgets (eg. an "Open read-only" checkbox).
> Even if GtkFileChooser can't do something, you can embed
> GtkFileChooserWidget into a larger window, and add any surrounding
> widgets you like.
> If you need help, let me know.
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