<AWT Dev>  Review Request: 8236953 [macos] JavaFX SwingNode is not rendered on macOS
Sergey.Bylokhov at oracle.com
Wed Jan 15 17:32:37 UTC 2020
On 1/15/20 9:11 am, Phil Race wrote:
> You say this is for 14, but it is not a 14 regression.
> Seems like it would be nice to fix but clearly not many people are running FX on top of the latest JDK.
> Can you please join the dots for me on how a change of false to true in setBounds> is the way to fix it ? It is not obvious.
That flag is responsible of updating the target(usually noop) and posting events after the size of the peer
setBounds() will call handleMove() if the component was moved
and handleMove() will post event if the flag is "true"
> What testing have you done to ensure there are no other regressions either on macos or other OSes ?
The fix in question affects the macOS only, and the file which was changed is used by the FX only.
We have only one test which uses JLightweightFrame and it passes, I have run client-tests on all
platforms just to be sure that no unexpected issues were found.
> On 1/14/20 8:10 PM, Sergey Bylokhov wrote:
>> Please review the fix for JDK 14.
>> Bug: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8236953
>> Fix: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~serb/8236953/webrev.00
>> The Swing components depends on the COMPONENT_RESIZED and
>> COMPONENT_MOVED posted by the AWT. These events are posted
>> in three situations:
>> 1. If the Component is invisible then events are always posted
>> by the Component class.
>> 2. If the Component is visible and the size is changed by the
>> user via setBounds() method then events are posted by the
>> component only if the component is not Window.
>> 3. If the Component is visible and the size is changed by the
>> OS then the peer will post these events.
>> Note that in point 2. we skip any top-level windows because we
>> know that sometime later we will get a native callback and will
>> post events at point 3.
>> In JDK-8144125
> I note that fix had only one reviewer. We should have two unless there's a good reason not to.
>> I have fixed a bug when we always posted these
>> evens at point 2., and as a result, we got duplicated events after
>> point 3. But the fix caused current regression, the JLightweightFrame
>> which is used by the SwingNode is a kind of top-level window but w/o
>> the native part, so it will never get a native callback and should post
>> events ourself, we already do this on windows, and probably should do
>> this on Linux(it is currently works because on Linux AWT posts too
>> many events).
> Is there a bug filed on this ?
Best regards, Sergey.
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