On Sun, 2006-12-17 at 16:30 +0000, Paul wrote:
First is that the redraw events and quitting is bust. Assuming
just me being a numpty, the following shows the problem
Really simple code - it does as it's told and runs. However, move
another window over it and the redraw does nothing when the 2nd window
is removed to show the java app window.
This seems to work fine for me with gcj (GCC) 4.1.1 20061011 (Red Hat
The second is that if I click on the close window icon, it
instead I get the error box asking if you want to wait or terminate
This also seems to work and just closes the window.
Next one is that modal windows don't seem to be sizing
(yes, I know, hide() and show() are deprecated, but that shouldn't make
much of a difference here).
Here, if GO is clicked, the modal window is opened. However, the OK
button isn't in there as it looks as if either a redraw has failed or
the window is too small for the button to appear in.
This also seems to work fine.
You say you have 4.1.1-47, I wonder what changed since -30. It looks
like a regression. But classpath-cvs-trunk plus jamvm also work fine.