Hi,

I'm too busy to review the patches now, also they didn't get through
as the mailing list doesn't allow attachments.

Perhaps when JIRA works on wicket stuff again you can create issues in
grid project and attache the patches there.

-Matej


On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 5:48 PM, Charles Deal <chuckdea...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We've been using the grid for quite some time now and have accumulated a few
> changes to the codebase.  I'd like to submit them for other users to review
> and discuss, in the hopes that they will make it into the wicketstuff
> codebase in the future.  The following are brief descriptions of the
> attached files.
>
> inmethodgrid-script.patch
> This patch simply adds a resize event to the grid.  We noticed that when the
> browser was resized, the grid wouldn't resize until the user attempted to
> scroll.
>
> inmethodgrid-columns.patch
> Some small changes to facilitate more code reuse.
>
> inmethodgrid-form.patch
> Move the header and toolbars into the form.  This allows the header to
> determine the form automatically so that, for example, when sorting a grid,
> the behavior can submit the form to retain any transient changes to the
> grid.
>
> inmethodgrid-gridbehavior.patch
> Refactor the AjaxFormSubmitBahvior implementation into its own class to be
> used by custom behaviors.  Altered the code to use the new class.
>
> inmethodgrid-insert.patch
> Add support for adding rows to the grid.
>
> As I said, my team have been successfully using (almost all of) these
> patches since at least June 2008.  The script patch is the only one that is
> a recent change.  I'd appreciate some feedback and if no objections are
> made, I'd like to get these patches into the scm.
>
>
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