Change of subcomponent in Issuezilla

We changed the name of subcomponent for Mobility Pack in NetBeans's Issuezilla. The name is more obvious now. It's 'mobility pack'. It's written in description of the 3rd-party component too, finally.
The previous name of subcomponent wasn't so clear, IMHO. Lot of users missed that they should fill an issue about mobility to an component 3rd-party and subcomponent j2me. Their issues were lost for a while before they were assigned to the right subcomponent. Maybe they were even lost on the journey...

Please use component 3rd-party and subcomponent mobility pack for your issues now.
Look at other opportunities to share your ideas

I'm really looking forward when mobility pack will be opensourced and will have its own component.
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I haven't really looked into the framework NB offers, and maybe I should, but.. Does it give you the option to create "flow charts" like in mobility pack (and in the future, jsp/jsf pages?)

Posted by Aviad Ben Dov on February 05, 2006 at 05:15 AM CET #

I'm asking this because of your wishing for mobility pack to become open source - if this part is to be open sourced as well or is it already in the framework.

Posted by Aviad Ben Dov on February 05, 2006 at 05:16 AM CET #

Not yet. The library for the 'flow chart' framework has been opensourced already - http://graph.netbeans.org/
I think that they are working on some integration with jsp but I'm not sure...

Posted by Lukas on February 06, 2006 at 01:09 AM CET #

The integration with JSP already happened, didn't it? In Java Studio Creator? (I remember seeing it as Project Raven or something similar)

Posted by Aviad Ben Dov on February 06, 2006 at 01:54 AM CET #

althrought it may seems strange they have their own implementation of similar feature :)

Posted by Lukas on February 06, 2006 at 07:24 AM CET #

Ahh, the days before open source and a single platform to rule them all... :) Anyway, I tried the setup process described here: http://graph.netbeans.org/setup.html And it doesn't compile. The first "ant init" command fails because it needs some external JavaHelp library, which doesn't arrive with the sources (at least not with whats coming from the described CVS location). Thought you should know. :)

Posted by Aviad Ben Dov on February 06, 2006 at 11:39 AM CET #

The GraphLib Setup page has been corrected. Now the "ant init" requires to have core/external module checked out from the CVS too. Thanks for notification.

Posted by David Kaspar on February 07, 2006 at 03:41 AM CET #

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