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Re: [Sc-devel] SwingOSC v0.57 beta



i have checked the ingredients for a TabletView recently. the problem is to make it work on all platforms because it involves JNI (java native interface = platform specific C code)... i have a very well working implementation for Mac OS X, (and i think only 10.4+) but on Linux and Windows i need to use other approaches (and i don't have the time and patience right now to deal with it).... so maybe i will include a JSCTabletView that works only on Mac OS X at the moment. It's pretty nice because it has some additional flavour (like distinguishing pen and eraser tip, getting absolute coordinates).

i can try to put a hack during the week (i don't have a tablet here at the moment to test it)

ciao, -sciss-



Am 25.11.2007 um 18:08 schrieb thor:


Hi Sciss

Nice to have the SVN!

Is it easy to create a TabletView in SwingOSC?
Any plans for that?


i have installed an SVN repository for development versions of SwingOSC. You can download using

$ cd <baseDir>
$ svn co https://swingosc.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/swingosc/ trunk/ SwingOSC

and make a clean build

$ cd SwingOSC
$ ant clean jar

(you might need to install Ant from http://ant.apache.org )

i'm asking people who develop GUI based Quarks or are creating crossplatform code for the SC book to check back with this development version (v0.57 BETA) if everything is fine, and to report problems. v0.57 is going to be the version on which i will base the SwingOSC chapter in the book and i consider it the version compatible with SuperCollider 3.2

in this development version, fixes include:

JPen : pen size scales and transforms with the affine transforms
JSCUserView : added support for cleanOnRefresh and relativeOrigin (the mouse coordinates are NOT YET reported in relative coordinates!!) JSCWindow : added the scroll argument, but that is still under construction (i'm not sure the JSCScrollTopView support will be in v0.57 because it is a very tricky thing)

... so in particular check out compatibility of JPen / JSCUserView based code.


thanks! ciao, -sciss-

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