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From "zze-DAROUX Olivier FTRD/DIH/GRE" <olivier.dar...@rd.francetelecom.com>
Subject RE: Lazy loading
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2003 11:33:24 GMT
> >>     Well on Windows if you run Batik from a DOS window you
> >>can press something like ctrl-'break' (the break key) and it
> >>will dump the stack trace for all threads.  So you can look at what
> >>it is doing for those few seconds (i.e. who's code is running).
> > 
> > 
> > ok I will try. It won't be easy, I must be fast :-)
> 
>     Good luck :)

thanks :-)

> 
>     You can also just stick in System.err.println("Blah"); in your
> code to try and figure out when your code is called and when 
> it finishes
> in relation to the updates happening.

Yes, I could also use System.currenTimeMillis to have more accurate
values :-)

> > Well I've haven't access to the CVS port because of 
> proxy... Is there
> > another mean... ? (furthermore I prefer the binaries)
> 
>     Not really, It would be nice if we provided a nightly source
> tar-ball :)  As I said I don't think my fixes are important here.

ok, doesn't matter so.

> > Well euh... because of not being english, I'm not sure to understand
> > this sentence :-} (the beginning).
> 
>    Sorry, the term 'bubble' comes from the DOM events specification,
> you may want to read it as there are lots of very useful non-obvious
> features in the specification.

Yes, I have some reading to do :-)

> > Are telling me that by doing this, it could works ? :
> > . register my onAction object on gSets
> > . When onouseover event occured, the event object is for 
> example a rect
> > in the g parent element ? Not the g element itself ?
> 
>     Correct, there are three element attributes on mouse events.
> currentTarget, target, relatedTarget.
> 
>     In the above case ('rect' child of 'g') of one listener:
> 
> 	currentTarget = 'g' element.
> 	target        = 'rect' element.
> 	relatedTarget = for mouseover/out is element left/entered.
> 	                not used for all event types.

Ah ! good news ! :-) It will then be cleaner.

Well, I've got some work to do ;-)
I'll keep you informed.
Thanks again
O

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