jhell at DataIX.net
Tue Aug 31 17:40:43 UTC 2010
On 08/31/2010 13:01, Matthias Andree wrote:
> Am 31.08.2010 17:47, schrieb J. Hellenthal:
>> Runs as expected on FreeBSD 8.1-STABLE. Java runs like shit, menu's for
>> me have been wacked for some time with no seen fix in the future. I am
>> starting to think its my minimal approach to X using Xmonad as a window
>> manager but the last time I tried to get anyone to test and see if
>> things worked! properly I had no replies. Would be nice to get software
>> like this working but who knows.
> Hi J,
> java/jdk16 seems to work reasonably well for me, where the Xorg stuff was
> automatically installed as part of a gnome2 desktop dependency for me, menus
> work seemingly OK (AMD Radeon HD 3300 two-generations-past chipset graphics here).
> Java is not blazingly fast (compared to Ubuntu Linux on the same hardware, I'M
> using FreeBSD 8.1-STABLE amd64), but then again ZFS is the bigger hog on
> performance currently.
>> Other than the above, nice job... Submit & Commit!
> Thanks. I'm a ports committer though, so you won't see an ephemeral PR - and I
> am still awaiting a bit more feedback (I got test promises in private mail) but
> might commit Thursday night (European time) then.
> I'd also appreciate if some of the java@ team could comment on the coding style
> of the port's Makefile/pkg-* files (unless someone already did and I didn't
> reckon that).
> Best regards
I just patched up my xmonad. Just for reference the referring URL to the
fix is here: http://bit.ly/cZt3UX to make Java act correctly in a
non-re-parenting Window Manager. I am in a way shocked that they knew
about this back at 0.8 and were up to 0.9 now with no fix... Sigh...
I have not looked into this until now that I saw that you were working
on SCIPlore very useful utility small and faster than Freemind in a lot
of ways. Anyway... Thanks!
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