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Rap10RC1 News

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RAP 1.0 RC1 - New and Noteworthy

This document will become the New and Noteworthy page for the next milestone release and meanwhile serves to document the development progress.

All features documented here can be obtained from CVS HEAD.

RAP Common

Empty API implemented

With the last milestone we provided some API beforehand without actually implementing it. These gaps are now being filled in:

  • Table#getItem(Point) now returns the TableItem at the given point. With this change TableViewer#getItemAt(Point) also returns something useful (see also 200397).
  • VerifyListeners are implemented for Text and Combo.
    Please be aware that the current implementation sends VerifyEvents delayed, as it is done with ModifyEvents. This means that if you alter or cancel (by setting doit to false) the changes in your VerifyListener#verifyText code, it may override changes that meanwhile have taken place client-side.
  • Combo has everything related to be editable which we introduced before API freeze (see bug 187252)
    • getText()
    • setText()
    • indexOf(String, int)
    • indexOf(String)
    • addModifyListener()
    • removeModifyListener()
    • addVerifyListener()
    • removeVerifyListener()

Note that the combo now is editable by default (as SWT) and you need to set the SWT.READ_ONLY style bit to prevent editing.

API cleanup revisited

During the API cleanup in M6, a few things slipped through which are now fixed. See bugs 201225, 201286, 201403 and 201528 for more details.

The above features are just the ones that are new since the previous milestone build. Summaries for earlier milestone builds:

New for RAP 1.0 milestone build M6 (August 17, 2007)
New for RAP 1.0 milestone build M5 (July 13, 2007)
New for RAP 1.0 milestone build M4 (June 08, 2007)
New for RAP 1.0 milestone build M3 (April 27, 2007)
New for RAP 1.0 milestone build M2 (March 2, 2007)