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Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 5:31pm

Author: Faldegast

EXE description and company

As this kind of data is supposed to be acessable from "App" we need a way to define it so that it can be accessed while running the application... For example i usually take most of the stuff in the about box from "App"... While this is a minor problem it still have to be solved. Perhaps we should add a mandatory AppInfo module or class that defines data that the App class need?

Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 5:19pm

Author: Faldegast

How to use pointer with Jabaco

How do you allocate Variable memory? Java variables may be moved while accessing them (why all access has to go trough the GC). So im guessing you do some API calls to allocate static memory outside of what the GC manages?

Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 5:10pm

Author: Faldegast

Simplify the definition of Windows API calls

Some things can only be done with API calls. Most API:s are however exposed trough the quite extensive Java Framework. Also even if you use API-calls, remember to wrap them neatly so only the wrapper becomes dependent on WinAPI... that makes it easy to replace the funktion if you need to port the app to a platform that doesnt support WinAPI...

Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 5:01pm

Author: Faldegast

Language mix

I think that mixing Basic and Java code in a project may be usefull, but not in the jsrc files. jsrc and java files should remain separated and use different compilers, but could coexist in one project. More imporantly having having both Java and Basic project in a project group would be useful, for example a Java library project and a Basic application project. We dont need a Java editor to be as advanced as the VB editor. It should be a quick and dirty editor for making small Java classes to s...

Tuesday, October 6th 2009, 4:49pm

Author: Faldegast


There is a bug in the Collection class that makes it behave different then the VB class When using For Each the vb class return en iterator for the values, but the Jacabo Framework version return the keyset. This is the Jabaco implementation. Source code 1 2 3 Public Synchronized Function Iterator() As java#util#Iterator Iterator = myObjectList.keySet().iterator() End Function This make my old VB code run. Source code 1 2 3 Public Synchronized Function Iterator() As java#util#Iterator Iterator =...

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