[izpack-users] Debugging Panel
hal at thresholddigital.com
Tue Mar 7 15:06:27 CET 2006
On Tuesday 07 March 2006 03:28, Klaus Bartz wrote:
> Uups, wrong button pressed, sorry.
> secound try...
> Am 07.03.2006, 09:10 Uhr, schrieb Klaus Bartz <bartzkau at gmx.net>:
> > Hi,
> > nice to see a new panel.
> > Of course, docu is real importent because not so much people means
> > (as I) that the source is the best docu :-)
> By the way, what about a separate package for custom panels of
> IzPack users? The package
> contains all the standard panels. I think there should be a
> restricted policy for this panels. E.g. support should be possible
> also the author is not available. Some of our current panels makes at
> this some problems...
> But there are custom panels which makes there job for one or two
> user, but they are not really common. I have some which I can share,
> but I have no time (and fun) to bring them on a state which will be
> needed to put them into the panels package. As short message:
> Let us create a separate package for custom panels where we said
> "these are custom panels from IzPack users without support from the
> IzPack developer team". Docu have to be, but in a saparate chapter.
> My idea:
> Since ~ 10 month we have com.izforge.izpack.sample. But I think
> these type of panels are a little bit more than samples, therefore
> an other path.
> Any comment?
Not that I'm an IzPack developer, but I have been working on some things
I hope will be included soon. I think a pack of panels like this is a
good idea. I currently have 4 other panels I'm working on and think at
least 3 will be very useful to others, and plan to hang around on this
list when I've got them done because I like the project and feel I can
help. I don't know whether you and others will find the panels useful,
but the idea providing a place for such panels is good. That way
people that have created unique custom panels can submit them, but
don't have to worry about supporting them or if they are something that
will be widely used. That'll make it easier for a lot of people to
study sample code by non IzPack developers, as well as providing a lot
of code that can be re-used by people making custom panels.
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