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Re: How to add the original frames to Jigsaw

From: Tadashi Nakano <tnakano@ise.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp>
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 20:26:36 +0900
To: John Philip Anderson <jpanderson_215@hotmail.com>
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-Id: <3A34B9EC21D.F94ETNAKANO@osa.att.ne.jp>
Dear John Philip Anderson.

Thank you for your advice!

I could use my own frame which is located outside Jigsaw directory.
The solution is so simple, that is, when selecting the frame in the
panel, I directly write the class name in the panel instead of
selecting the frame.

As you stated in option 2.), some jigsaw classes or methods may be
capsulated  and cannot be accessed from other directory. As yet,
however, I have not encountered such a problem.

Thank you for your kindness.
I really appreciate you.

On Sun, 10 Dec 2000 18:04:33 -0000
"John Philip Anderson" <jpanderson_215@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Mr. Tadashi NAKANO,
> I am responding to your request for Jigsaw help.  First, I want to say that 
> I do not know the exact answer to your question and that I only have worked 
> with Client-Side Jigsaw.
> However, your question is related to something that I am working on now.  
> So, maybe I can help you a little bit.
> 1.) I believe that you are correct in your statement:
> >I'm not sure, but I could add the original frames to the panel
> >by locating the compiled original class
> >under the  "classes/org/w3c/jigsaw/frames/" directory.
> I am doing something like this right now and it works well.
> 2.) I believe that you also can do this:
> >But I want to add the original frames by locating the class
> >file outside the Jigsaw class directory.
> However, I suspect it will be much more difficult than option #1, because I 
> think that you would have to go into the Jigsaw source code and modify 
> "private," "protect," and "friendly" methods and objects to "public" so that 
> your "outside" class file would be able to have the necessary access to such 
> otherwise "hidden" methods and objects.
> 3.) Finally, I believe that your best option might be to create a special 
> "public interface" class (like a "proxy") and put it into the 
> "classes/org/w3c/jigsaw/frames/" directory that your "outside" class files 
> freely could access Jigsaw through.
>       Truly yours,
>       John Philip Anderson
>       Michigan, USA
>       jpanderson_215@hotmail.com
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Received on Monday, 11 December 2000 06:22:00 UTC

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