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From Cameron McCormack <...@mcc.id.au>
Subject Re: JavaBean version of JSVGScrollPane
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2007 01:39:10 GMT
Hi jalex.

jalex:
> While it is nice that JSVGCanvas has been JavaBean-ized, I was very surprised
> to discover that JSVGScrollPane had not received similar treatment. The
> component I was working on was simple enough that switching to a hand-built
> GUI rather than using the NetBeans form builder was not that big a deal, but
> it seems to me that if you want to build a GUI complex enough that a form
> builder will be a good timesaver, it's very likely that you'll also want a
> scrollpane as well. Are there significant technical challenges to making
> this happen?

Probably not, but I don’t know much about JavaBeans.

> Is there more to it than adding a default constructor, plus
> maybe a setCanvas(JSVGCanvas c) method to make a null-argument constructor
> more usable?

Perhaps you could investigate, and supply a patch?

Thanks,

Cameron

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