SwingOSC for Linux 0.70 freeware
The SwingOSC server, also known as an OpenSoundControl server was specially developed for scripting Java. Using AWT or Swing classes you can choose to create GUIs. The OSC server makes use of the reflection and beans mechanism. This is done in order to dynamically create instances of Java classes. The classes can be controlled.
|Author||Hanns Holger Rutz|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Java script, OpenSoundControl server, GUI creator, server, OpenSoundControl, Java|
SwingOSC for Linux Free Download - we do not host any SwingOSC for Linux torrent files or links of SwingOSC for Linux on rapidshare.com, depositfiles.com, megaupload.com etc. All SwingOSC for Linux download links are direct SwingOSC for Linux download from publisher site or their selected mirrors.
|0.70||May 2, 2012||New Release||· new components: JSCWebView, based on JxBrowser; JSCLevelIndicator (still very plain); native JSCKnob
· fixes: JSCButton modifiers; s.meter returns window; JSCWindow full screen and alpha; initial JSCNumberBox space; sub-pixel coordinates in user view, envelope view and multislider view; unicodes in JSCTextField despite sclang's broken Char/String interaction; JSCView bounds argument is copied (fixes mutability)
· updates: speech works with newer freetts, PDF example uses newer iTextPDF
· adds various methods required for smooth operation with SC 3.5: JSCFont; shutdown hooks (thanks to james harkins); SwingDialog.openPanel; JSCWindow.drawHook deprecated; JPen.lineDash accepts empty array; JSCView has mouseWheel, mouseEnter, mouseLeave, onMove and onResize methods
· uses Nimbus look-and-feel for default components, and Nimbus resembling style for custom components. Add --nimbus switch to command line.