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Home for SWT JFreeChart [message #463215] Mon, 31 October 2005 09:11
ian mayo is currently offline ian mayo
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi all,
I'm porting an existing Swing application (www.debrief.info) to the
Eclipse framework.

One existing Swing component I make extensive use of is Time-variable
plotting via JFreeChart. I've experimented with the SWT_AWT component,
but found it flickery and not an optimal solution. I'd really prefer a
native SWT version. I know about BIRT charting, but I want the
interactivity of JFreeChart.

I'm considering contracting somebody to perform the translation to SWT
under Rentacoder.com (or similar). Can anybody suggest a suitable resting
place for the translated version of JFreeChart? Should I approach the
JRefinery folks to ask them if they're interested, or should I donate it
(if possible) to Eclipse?

I'd appreciate your opinions. Obviously I'm happy to sit on the converted
code myself - I'd rather pass it on to some deserving body..

Cheers,
Ian.
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