Danno, thanks! It works super well and has so little code! If I use the class in my JUNG work, I need a BSD license. The rest of that codebase is BSD already. I’ll contact you off list if I go that direction. Right now, I’m trying to get my head wrapped around what it would take to modernize JUNG.
On May 30, 2014, at 4:20 PM, Danno Ferrin <danno.fer...@oracle.com> wrote: > You may find this class valuable, it is a pane that listens to zoom and mouse > scroll events in a group, essential for large graphs: > > https://github.com/shemnon/FollowTheBitcoin/blob/master/src/main/groovy/com/shemnon/btc/view/ZoomPane.java > > I haven't had time to harden it and componentize it into a standalone > release. If you don't like the license let me know what license you would > like. > > --Danno > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: sven.reim...@gmail.com > To: guenther.jeff...@gmail.com > Cc: email@example.com > Sent: Friday, May 30, 2014 1:27:48 AM GMT -07:00 US/Canada Mountain > Subject: Re: Extending a Region to create a JUNG Layout > > Hi Jeffrey, > > I did some prototyping with Jung JavaFX and Java 8, the results are here > > https://bitbucket.org/sreimers/jung8 > > It uses gradle to build and contains an additional library for jungfx. > > Enjoy > > -Sven > > > On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 8:44 AM, Jeffrey Guenther < > guenther.jeff...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Hi, >> >> I'm in the midst of exploring how I might port JUNG( >> http://jung.sourceforge.net/index.html) to JavaFX. JUNG is a graph/layout >> tool my lab uses for some of their data visualizations. With the release of >> JavaFX 2, we've started building our prototypes in JavaFX. >> >> Rather than use the JFXSwingPanel, I want to try modifying the JUNG to work >> "natively" in JavaFX. In the long term, I'd like to see JUNG ported >> completely to JavaFX using properties, CSS and the like. >> >> I've built a quick demo ( >> https://gist.github.com/jrguenther/9d0c37329f9928a2b56e) and need help >> going forward. I've been reading the docs and hitting google, but I think I >> need more info. >> >> Can someone point me to a detailed explanation of how to extend Region to >> create my own layout? >> In particular, how can I get a region to relayout it's children when it's >> being resized? >> When does a the region's parent call layoutChildren()? >> If the height and width of the region are set to Double.MAX_VALUE >> indicating the area can grow infinitely, how does the region know what size >> to set itself to? >> >> Thanks, >> Jeff >> > > > > -- > Sven Reimers > > * Senior Expert Software Architect > * NetBeans Dream Team Member: http://dreamteam.netbeans.org > * Community Leader NetBeans: http://community.java.net/netbeans > Desktop Java: > http://community.java.net/javadesktop > * JUG Leader JUG Bodensee: http://www.jug-bodensee.de > * Duke's Choice Award Winner 2009 > * Blog: https://www.java.net//blog/sven > > * XING: https://www.xing.com/profile/Sven_Reimers8 > * LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/svenreimers > > Join the NetBeans Groups: > * XING: http://www.xing.com/group-20148.82db20 > * NUGM: http://haug-server.dyndns.org/display/NUGM/Home > * LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1860468 > http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=107402 > http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1684717 > * Oracle: https://mix.oracle.com/groups/18497