Re: How can I add a MouseOutHandler to a FlexTable cell?

2009-06-12 Thread matthew jones

Try this instead.

addMouseOverHandler(MouseOverHandler handler) {
return addDomHandler(handler, MouseOverEvent.getType());
}

On Jun 12, 12:52 pm, Eduardo Nunes esnu...@gmail.com wrote:
 Well, the subject says everything, I would like to know how can I add
 a MouseOutHandler to a FlexTable cell. I tried a lot of things but
 none of them with success. I tried a wrap class:

     private class FlexTableTd extends Widget implements HasMouseOutHandlers,
             HasMouseOverHandlers {

         public FlexTableTd(Element element) {
             setElement(element);
         }

         public HandlerRegistration addMouseOutHandler(MouseOutHandler 
 handler) {
             return addHandler(handler, MouseOutEvent.getType());
         }

         public HandlerRegistration
 addMouseOverHandler(MouseOverHandler handler) {
             return addHandler(handler, MouseOverEvent.getType());
         }
     }

 and I tried

 FlexTableTd td = new FlexTableTd(table.getFlexCellFormatter().getElement(0, 
 0));
 td.addMouseOverHandler(...);

 but it doesn't work.

 --
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Seeing RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded. with Safari 5 and our GWT 2.0.3 app

2010-06-08 Thread matthew jones
Anyone else having this issue?

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Re: Safari 5 / GWT / GWT EXT 2.0.6

2010-06-08 Thread matthew jones
Same thing here.

On Jun 8, 11:43 am, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:
 Hi all!

 today I upgrade my Safari 4.0 to Safari 5.0 on Snow (other browsers
 are OK)
 Now my sites build with GWT 2.0.3 / GWT EXT 2.0.6 etc ... sometime
 don't run.
 I test its with Safari 4.0 and all worked.

 A javascript Error appear :

 RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded.

 I don't known where the error come in my application.
 And my application run in DevMode!

 Any helps will be welcome

 Thanks.

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Re: Safari 5 / GWT / GWT EXT 2.0.6

2010-06-08 Thread matthew jones
We're using deferred commands and code splitting.

On Jun 8, 12:12 pm, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:
 On 8 juin, 18:54, Jeff Chimene jchim...@gmail.com wrote:





  On 06/08/2010 09:46 AM, matthew jones wrote:

   Same thing here.

   On Jun 8, 11:43 am, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:
   Hi all!

   today I upgrade my Safari 4.0 to Safari 5.0 on Snow (other browsers
   are OK)
   Now my sites build with GWT 2.0.3 / GWT EXT 2.0.6 etc ... sometime
   don't run.
   I test its with Safari 4.0 and all worked.

   A javascript Error appear :

   RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded.

  Are you using deferred commands or codesplitting? I'mn seeing the same
  thing on the Linux build of Chrome.

 No, this error appear on 2 tree (gwt ext) and a Grid with a potential
 big set of data...
 But an other grid in an others part of my application, with an other
 big set of data work ...

 I use cross-site compilation (xs linker) ...

 Thanks for reply

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Re: Safari 5 / GWT / GWT EXT 2.0.6

2010-06-09 Thread matthew jones
Interestingly i've discovered that this bug only applies to 32bit
safari.  On 10.5 or Win running safari 5 normally causes the error,
but if i choose to use rosetta to run it (64bit ppc code), it works
fine.  On 10.6 when safari is in i386_x64 mode, it works fine, but if
i choose to run in 32-bit mode then I'm seeing the exception again.

On Jun 8, 1:22 pm, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:
 I am not use deferred commands and code splitting
 so the problem stay unsolved .

 Please help

 On 8 juin, 19:17, matthew jones bigboxe...@gmail.com wrote:



  We're using deferred commands and code splitting.

  On Jun 8, 12:12 pm, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:

   On 8 juin, 18:54, Jeff Chimene jchim...@gmail.com wrote:

On 06/08/2010 09:46 AM, matthew jones wrote:

 Same thing here.

 On Jun 8, 11:43 am, eric73 e...@pentila.com wrote:
 Hi all!

 today I upgrade my Safari 4.0 to Safari 5.0 on Snow (other browsers
 are OK)
 Now my sites build with GWT 2.0.3 / GWT EXT 2.0.6 etc ... sometime
 don't run.
 I test its with Safari 4.0 and all worked.

 A javascript Error appear :

 RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded.

Are you using deferred commands or codesplitting? I'mn seeing the same
thing on the Linux build of Chrome.

   No, this error appear on 2 tree (gwt ext) and a Grid with a potential
   big set of data...
   But an other grid in an others part of my application, with an other
   big set of data work ...

   I use cross-site compilation (xs linker) ...

   Thanks for reply

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Re: Safari 5 - (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded

2010-06-09 Thread matthew jones
It seems to be 32bit safari related... running in rosetta or on SL in
64bit clears the issue up for us.

On Jun 9, 10:11 am, Pascal zig...@gmail.com wrote:
 When we try to run dev mode to get a better stack trace, everything
 works fine. Could it be a change in the javascript engine in safari 5
 that's causing this error?

 Any insights?

 Regards,

 Pascal

 On 9 juin, 10:18, Pascal zig...@gmail.com wrote:



  For both gwt 2.0.2 and 2.0.3 some of our users that have upgraded to
  Safari 5 are seeing this error. This is a vanilla GWT application (no
  external library). This is happening in web mode. Everything works
  fine in Safari 4 (and all other browsers). Also, some of our Safari 5
  users are not seeing the error.

  This is the exact javascript error from the browser.

  com.google.gwt.core.client.JavaScriptException: (RangeError): Maximum
  call stack size exceeded.

  Anybody else seeing this? It seems to be a problem with the
  serialization.

  Pascal

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