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[CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #8178] Wed, 02 August 2006 16:29 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ivanooi.gmail.com

Hi all,

look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
about this
control ?

Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the 1st
Aug
released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable.
1)row refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some
times...
2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
anythings
similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
CompositeTable
support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....

3)Footer still missing...

Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #8271 is a reply to message #8178] Fri, 04 August 2006 04:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dave Orme is currently offline Dave Orme
Messages: 424
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ivan wrote:
> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
> about this control ?

Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
enhancements:

1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.

2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:

3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can
be displayed.

4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor
and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer
to native behavior now.

5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
null pointer exceptions.

> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
> 1st Aug
> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
> anythings
> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
> CompositeTable
> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....

2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:

Host: dev.eclipse.org
Root: /home/eclipse
Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding

You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.

1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
link to it to this newsgroup.

> 3)Footer still missing...

Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.

At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
coming quickly. :-)

> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again

Was this quick enough? ;-)


PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
MonthEditor officially into Nebula?



Best regards,

Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #8334 is a reply to message #8271] Fri, 04 August 2006 10:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ivanooi.gmail.com

Hi Dave,

Nice to hear from you guys again! I though you all are busy with
EclipseCon2006~ oh well~ good to hear from you all again :-D


wow! there's lot of enhancements! ya! I tested the nightly build and the
speed getting better in maximum size! that really a good job! :-D

oh ya! I found AbsoluteLayout! but... any samples for that?

found a bug when you tab at the last row. it crash...

One more thing... thanks for the AbsoluteLayout... actually our situation
is abit diffrent. We actually wrap SWT and make it look like Swing coding
style but there's one problem, we have to use Swing GUI Designer for this
case... so... that is why null layout sure will help us alot in this case
where we can design our table in GUI Designer....

Anyway, thanks alot! great job guys!

Cant wait for any latest release!
Oh ya! do you know anythings about Sybase DataWindow?


BestRegards,
Ivan

Ivan wrote:

look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
about this control ?


Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately and
I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent enhancements:

1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.

2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:

3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can be
displayed.

4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor and
it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer to
native behavior now.

5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
null pointer exceptions.

Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
1st Aug
released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
anythings
similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
CompositeTable
support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....


2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:

Host: dev.eclipse.org
Root: /home/eclipse
Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding

You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend checking
out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.

1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble, please
package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a link to it
to this newsgroup.

3)Footer still missing...


Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.

At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
coming quickly. :-)

Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again


Was this quick enough? ;-)


PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
MonthEditor officially into Nebula?



Best regards,

Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #8364 is a reply to message #8271] Fri, 04 August 2006 14:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris Gross
Messages: 253
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Dave,

I wrote you back on the nebula-dev list a while ago. We have started
accepting contributions. Lets follow up there.

-Chris

David J. Orme wrote:
> Ivan wrote:
>> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
>> about this control ?
>
> Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
> and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
> enhancements:
>
> 1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
> CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.
>
> 2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
> percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
> default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
> pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:
>
> 3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can
> be displayed.
>
> 4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
> are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor
> and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer
> to native behavior now.
>
> 5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
> null pointer exceptions.
>
>> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
>> 1st Aug
>> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
>> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
>> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
>> anythings
>> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
>> CompositeTable
>> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....
>
> 2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
> same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
> org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
> you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:
>
> Host: dev.eclipse.org
> Root: /home/eclipse
> Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding
>
> You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
> checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.
>
> 1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
> you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
> please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
> link to it to this newsgroup.
>
>> 3)Footer still missing...
>
> Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.
>
> At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
> serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
> coming quickly. :-)
>
>> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again
>
> Was this quick enough? ;-)
>
>
> PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
> MonthEditor officially into Nebula?
>
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #8396 is a reply to message #8364] Fri, 04 August 2006 21:17 Go to previous message
Dave Orme is currently offline Dave Orme
Messages: 424
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
OK.

It seems I frequently miss email. With around 50 spam messages *after*
my spam filter has run, it's easy to accidentally delete stuff.

I'll search the archives. Thanks.


Dave

Chris Gross wrote:
> Dave,
>
> I wrote you back on the nebula-dev list a while ago. We have started
> accepting contributions. Lets follow up there.
>
> -Chris
>
> David J. Orme wrote:
>> Ivan wrote:
>>> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
>>> about this control ?
>>
>> Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
>> and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
>> enhancements:
>>
>> 1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
>> CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.
>>
>> 2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
>> percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
>> default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as
>> absolute pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:
>>
>> 3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than
>> can be displayed.
>>
>> 4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think
>> there are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an
>> editor and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is
>> much closer to native behavior now.
>>
>> 5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions
>> and null pointer exceptions.
>>
>>> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
>>> 1st Aug
>>> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
>>> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some
>>> times...
>>> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
>>> anythings
>>> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
>>> CompositeTable
>>> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....
>>
>> 2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it
>> the same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
>> org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
>> you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at
>> HEAD:
>>
>> Host: dev.eclipse.org
>> Root: /home/eclipse
>> Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding
>>
>> You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
>> checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.
>>
>> 1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
>> you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
>> please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
>> link to it to this newsgroup.
>>
>>> 3)Footer still missing...
>>
>> Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.
>>
>> At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
>> serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
>> coming quickly. :-)
>>
>>> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again
>>
>> Was this quick enough? ;-)
>>
>>
>> PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
>> MonthEditor officially into Nebula?
>>
>>
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #563697 is a reply to message #8178] Fri, 04 August 2006 04:35 Go to previous message
Dave Orme is currently offline Dave Orme
Messages: 424
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ivan wrote:
> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
> about this control ?

Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
enhancements:

1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.

2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:

3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can
be displayed.

4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor
and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer
to native behavior now.

5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
null pointer exceptions.

> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
> 1st Aug
> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
> anythings
> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
> CompositeTable
> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....

2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:

Host: dev.eclipse.org
Root: /home/eclipse
Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding

You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.

1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
link to it to this newsgroup.

> 3)Footer still missing...

Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.

At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
coming quickly. :-)

> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again

Was this quick enough? ;-)


PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
MonthEditor officially into Nebula?



Best regards,

Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #563747 is a reply to message #8271] Fri, 04 August 2006 10:09 Go to previous message
Ivan is currently offline Ivan
Messages: 149
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Dave,

Nice to hear from you guys again! I though you all are busy with
EclipseCon2006~ oh well~ good to hear from you all again :-D


wow! there's lot of enhancements! ya! I tested the nightly build and the
speed getting better in maximum size! that really a good job! :-D

oh ya! I found AbsoluteLayout! but... any samples for that?

found a bug when you tab at the last row. it crash...

One more thing... thanks for the AbsoluteLayout... actually our situation
is abit diffrent. We actually wrap SWT and make it look like Swing coding
style but there's one problem, we have to use Swing GUI Designer for this
case... so... that is why null layout sure will help us alot in this case
where we can design our table in GUI Designer....

Anyway, thanks alot! great job guys!

Cant wait for any latest release!
Oh ya! do you know anythings about Sybase DataWindow?


BestRegards,
Ivan

Ivan wrote:

look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
about this control ?


Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately and
I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent enhancements:

1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.

2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:

3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can be
displayed.

4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor and
it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer to
native behavior now.

5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
null pointer exceptions.

Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
1st Aug
released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
anythings
similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
CompositeTable
support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....


2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:

Host: dev.eclipse.org
Root: /home/eclipse
Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding

You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend checking
out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.

1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble, please
package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a link to it
to this newsgroup.

3)Footer still missing...


Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.

At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
coming quickly. :-)

Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again


Was this quick enough? ;-)


PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
MonthEditor officially into Nebula?



Best regards,

Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #563776 is a reply to message #8271] Fri, 04 August 2006 14:58 Go to previous message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris Gross
Messages: 471
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Dave,

I wrote you back on the nebula-dev list a while ago. We have started
accepting contributions. Lets follow up there.

-Chris

David J. Orme wrote:
> Ivan wrote:
>> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
>> about this control ?
>
> Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
> and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
> enhancements:
>
> 1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
> CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.
>
> 2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
> percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
> default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as absolute
> pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:
>
> 3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than can
> be displayed.
>
> 4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think there
> are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an editor
> and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is much closer
> to native behavior now.
>
> 5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions and
> null pointer exceptions.
>
>> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
>> 1st Aug
>> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
>> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some times...
>> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
>> anythings
>> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
>> CompositeTable
>> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....
>
> 2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it the
> same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
> org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
> you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at HEAD:
>
> Host: dev.eclipse.org
> Root: /home/eclipse
> Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding
>
> You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
> checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.
>
> 1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
> you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
> please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
> link to it to this newsgroup.
>
>> 3)Footer still missing...
>
> Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.
>
> At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
> serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
> coming quickly. :-)
>
>> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again
>
> Was this quick enough? ;-)
>
>
> PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
> MonthEditor officially into Nebula?
>
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Dave Orme
Re: [CompositeTable] Any News ? [message #563796 is a reply to message #8364] Fri, 04 August 2006 21:17 Go to previous message
Dave Orme is currently offline Dave Orme
Messages: 424
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
OK.

It seems I frequently miss email. With around 50 spam messages *after*
my spam filter has run, it's easy to accidentally delete stuff.

I'll search the archives. Thanks.


Dave

Chris Gross wrote:
> Dave,
>
> I wrote you back on the nebula-dev list a while ago. We have started
> accepting contributions. Lets follow up there.
>
> -Chris
>
> David J. Orme wrote:
>> Ivan wrote:
>>> look like CompositeTable quiet down for quite some times... Any news
>>> about this control ?
>>
>> Actually, there has been a lot of activity with CompositeTable lately
>> and I was just getting ready to post an announcement about recent
>> enhancements:
>>
>> 1) Support for JFace data binding. Look for
>> CompositeTableTestBinding.java to see how it's done.
>>
>> 2) The automatic layout manager can either define column widths as
>> percentages of the whole table width (the old behavior and still the
>> default behavior) or now optionally can define column widths as
>> absolute pixel sizes. In combination with this feature:
>>
>> 3) Horizontal scrolling is now supported if the table is wider than
>> can be displayed.
>>
>> 4) Scrolling now keeps the currently-focused row focused. I think
>> there are still some issues with this if there is unsaved data in an
>> editor and it scrolls out of the visible range, but the behavior is
>> much closer to native behavior now.
>>
>> 5) Lots of bug fixes including a few index out of bounds exceptions
>> and null pointer exceptions.
>>
>>> Sorry for my late test because quite busy recently. I just tested the
>>> 1st Aug
>>> released and look like not much changes in CompositeTable. 1)row
>>> refreshing when scrolling down still not snappy... it freez some
>>> times...
>>> 2)I cant find any replacement on null layout and no luck in finding
>>> anythings
>>> similar to that... No AbsoluteLayout out there... Still, nice if
>>> CompositeTable
>>> support setStyle( int stype ) where style can be grid or tabular....
>>
>> 2) I'm surprised you're not finding AbsoluteLayout? I committed it
>> the same night I wrote about it here. Please look in the
>> org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding.compositetable package and if
>> you're still not finding it check that you're project is pointing at
>> HEAD:
>>
>> Host: dev.eclipse.org
>> Root: /home/eclipse
>> Project: org.eclipse.jface.examples.databinding
>>
>> You also need org.eclipse.jface.databinding and I also recommend
>> checking out the unit test project ...jface.tests.databinding.
>>
>> 1) There was a performance optimization for scrolling awhile back. If
>> you're sure you have the latest code and are still having trouble,
>> please package a SWT snippet that illustrates the problem and post a
>> link to it to this newsgroup.
>>
>>> 3)Footer still missing...
>>
>> Yep. That one hasn't gone in yet.
>>
>> At my current client, we just started using CompositeTable for some
>> serious production work, so expect the fixes and enhancements to keep
>> coming quickly. :-)
>>
>>> Thanks and really hope to hear you guys again
>>
>> Was this quick enough? ;-)
>>
>>
>> PS: Chris: any news about getting CompositeTable, DayEditor, and
>> MonthEditor officially into Nebula?
>>
>>
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Dave Orme
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