AWT peer cleanup and docs

The last couple of days I spent going through the AWT peer interfaces and cleaning them up (get rid of all the duplicate and deprecated stuff there), and have now started to document the stuff. The first results can be found here. For now I only have ButtonPeer to ComponentPeer, but I will add the missing stuff during the next couple of days, and I will also add all other classes that are necessary and/or helpful (like Toolkit, GraphicsEnvironment, and some internal classes).

I’m also very excited about Mario‘s work with JOGL and Escher. This is so amazing to see (start) working.

About Roman Kennke
JVM Hacker, Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat's OpenJDK team, Shenandoah GC project lead, Java Champion

One Response to AWT peer cleanup and docs

  1. Mario Torre says:

    Hey, cool work!

    I think the Jogl project (mozzarella) is a nice test case for our work in the OpenJDK contest. I think I can already try to run something on caciocavallo-ng 🙂

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