GwtPiccolo is now available from http://code.google.com/p/gwt-piccolo/
(If I've unknowingly committed some licensing faux-pas in terms of
Piccolo2D, please let me know and I'll fix it straight away.)
There are still heaps and loads missing from it, but it's a start. If
anyone is interested in trying it out there is a Sample.java to be
found in com.piccolo.wrapper.client.sample (not included in the
distribution, though, I wanted to keep the lib as clean as possible,
so you need to get it from the repo).
On May 17, 5:28 pm, Michael Heuer <heue...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree. I have been looking for something with features similar to
> that doesn't have the dependency on a flash library.
> On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 9:28 AM, atdixon <atdi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sounds like a cool project. I've done a bit with GWT and I'm looking
> > forward to seeing it, Mia.
> > On May 17, 2:48 am, Banang <maria.patrick...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Thanks for your reply, Michael, I appreciate it. I suspected it would
> >> be
> >> something like this (it makes perfect sense), so I'll follow your
> >> advise and
> >> host the project on Google Code for now.
> >> Mia
> >> On May 16, 5:51 pm, Michael Heuer <heue...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > Banang wrote:
> >> > > My company has recently started a project where we hope to use Piccolo
> >> > > to show and manipulate graphs through a web interface. Our systems are
> >> > > Piccolo was of great interest to us.
> >> > > Last week I built a small port for parts of this implementation to
> >> > > GWT, which basically enables the user to implement all the examples on
> >> > > this pagehttp://www.machete.ca/piccolo2d.js/examples/index.htmlusing
> >> > > GWT. The implementation is still very sparse, and does not cover the
> >> > > My company is interested in open sourcing what we now have in the
> >> > > hopes that other people might benefit from (and contribute to) it as
> >> > > well. Therefore, I thought I'd ask what I need to do in order to get
> >> > > the code into your repository. I've read the hacker's guide, but since
> >> > > the project is already quite large (around 40 classes over 8
> >> > > packages), copy-pasting it here is really not an option.
> >> > > I am sorry if this is a face-palm-easy-and-obvious question, I have no
> >> > > experience with open source projects yet so I have yet to learn the
> >> > > ropes. If I've posted this to the completely wrong place, or in the
> >> > > completely wrong form, please let me know and I'll fix it.
> >> > > Thanks
> >> > It typically takes some time to gain commit access to an existing open
> >> > source project, we're not huge on process but that is the case here as
> >> > well.
> >> > It might be best to host the code in some external repository for now,
> >> > on say Gitorious or SourceForge or Google Code. Then you might submit
> >> > a pull request or patch back to this project. Just make sure the
> >> > license of your project meets the conditions of the Piccolo2D license.
> >> > michael
> > --
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