|migrating from Ganymede to Galileo [message #600048]
||Wed, 28 July 2010 09:25
Registered: June 2010
Our PlugIn uses nebula grid and target platform ganymede (3.4.0).
Now we change target to galileo (3.5.2).
At first glance, everything works fine except one little thing:
The Method Point getCellSelection() in Grid.java has changed its behaviour.
With ganymede, the returned Point´s y value was always refered to the complete expanded grid.
Now it seems to depend on the expanded/collapsed state of previous rows.
What can have caused this change?
Is there a way to get the old behaviour?
|Re: migrating from Ganymede to Galileo [message #600079 is a reply to message #600059]
||Thu, 29 July 2010 04:37
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
Well JFace-Viewers has always created the subitems lazily so if the
TreeItem hasn't been expanded yet no subitems are available (beside a
virtual one to show the expand icon).
Because you are still using the same Grid-Implementation I'm a bit
clueless on what's going wrong for you. What happens if you
expand/collapse the complete tree once, are the y-Values correct then?
Am 29.07.10 08:05, schrieb David:
> The version of the nebula grid has not changed, only the target platform.
> Sorry for not pointing that out.
> Maybe some differences in SWT or JFace?
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