From: Chris Wareham <chriswareham@ch...> - 2011-12-04 13:15:10
I'd like to commit the following changes if that's OK.
Added NetBeans project files.
Moved JSynthLib class into core package.
Rewrote ErrorDialog class. Made small refactorings to classes that
depend on the ErrorMsg and DKnob classes. Made DevicesConfig and
ErrorMsg classes non-instantiable (contained only
static methods) and a singleton respectively.
A + core/JSynthLib.java
Modified Ant build files to remove obsolete reference to Jikes compiler
and to reflect move of JSynthLib class and Groovy JAR file.
Modified Mac OS X application files to reflect move of JSynthLib class.
Removed pointless instantiations of ErrorMsg classes.
Removed redundant image used by old error dialog.
Removed unused JDOM implementation, moved Groovy JAR into a lib directory.
A + lib/groovy.jar
Cleaned up knob widget and added test class.
Chris Wareham said on 04/12/11 13:15:
> Hi folks,
> I'd like to commit the following changes if that's OK.
I've also reworked the byte array manipulation methods from the Utility
class to use System.arraycopy() rather than a ByteArrayOutputStream.
I've attached a simple test class with my versions of the methods
just whack it in
On 04/12/2011 17:02, Chris Wareham wrote:
> Chris Wareham said on 04/12/11 13:15:
>> Hi folks,
>> I'd like to commit the following changes if that's OK.
> I've also reworked the byte array manipulation methods from the Utility
> class to use System.arraycopy() rather than a ByteArrayOutputStream.
> I've attached a simple test class with my versions of the methods
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