[kaffe] AWT Toolkits
twiun at adorphuye.com
Mon Oct 21 08:48:22 PDT 2002
> Beside that Kaffe's awt implementation is not peer
> based. In fact most peer classes are missing. That is
> another point you should look at.
That's very true, I'd overlooked that - although I'm implementing all of them
in Java, so mine could conceivably be used over any native implementation of a
framebuffer (remote or otherwise).
> Should we consider it a bug in kaffe's AWT?
I'm not sure what to classify it as - certainly, the peer classes offer
flexibility and compatibility... But considering that things work well as-is,
how many other things would break if we were to go peer-based?
How much interest is there for this level of jdk-compatibility?
More information about the kaffe