Inconsistent behaviour of java.awt in Linux/Windows
i'm just trying out some simple java gui programming using awt classes.
i get funny problems when i try to run this on linux. the main problm is with the text editing. it doesn't show the real time changes when i try to edit. nor do i see the blinking cursor. i got frustrated, and tried running the class file on windows. and it worked! now, isn't java designed to be portable?? why am i getting inconsistent behaviour across platforms?? odd... do i really need to switch to windows??
anyone knows why??
Your code seems to works for me on Solaris, with both JDK 1.4 and 1.5.
Are you sure of the JVM you use on FC ?
Can you explain more what happens on Linux, you do not see the text entered in the textfield ? never ?
Did you try with a different window manager ?
thanks for testing it on solaris jlliagre! i tried it out on both KDE and Gnome, it gives me the exact same funny behaviour.
the text field is editable only at the first time. after i pressed the 'reset', the text field is frozed. i cant type in anything. the textfield does get back to '0', but you cant do anything with it after the first time. isn't that mightily odd? i don't get that in windows.
i wonder if its the JVM. i can only wonder. how do you check its its the culprit? :scratch:
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