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Re: [nebula-dev] New widget proposal questions
- From: Tom Schindl <listom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 05 Jan 2010 10:09:14 +0100
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I'd highly appreciate if you could contribute your code to Nebula. The
first thing to do is to file a bug against Nebula-Core where we can work
on the widget and make it free from dependencies so that you can get it
into Nebula-CVS after having gone through an IP-Review.
CC'me on the bug and I'll hopefully be able to guide and help you
getting the widget in a state that it is ready to get introduced into
As a common rule your widget should be:
* a single self contained OSGi-Bundle
* which only has dependencies on SWT and optional JFace
* Do you have native-code as well or is it plain Java
=> I ask because this could probably affect the build
Am 05.01.10 01:05, schrieb Åukasz Milewski:
> Hello Nebula developers,
> For some time now I have been working on few custom drawn widgets, and
> in one case, I would like to share it with community. I've call it
> AeroToolbar, it resembles toolbar found in explorer under Windows Vista
> and Windows 7 (both versions of UI are already supported). At the time
> of writing this email, widgets is heavily dependent on some of my own
> stuff from application I'm working on, hence my question on the list.
> How one should prepare a widget to be qualified for nebula incubation?
> Could experienced nebula developer help with this process and guidelines
> how things should be addressed?
> In case attached image couldn't be delivered to list, here's url with
> - http://khrone.org/aerotoolbar_vista.png and http://khrone.org/aerotoolbar_7.png
> Lukasz Milewski
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