> > Whoever wants to work on a fork, I suggest you contact Adrian
> > Wiesmann (who is likely reading this list). I think he already did a
> > fork and placed it on SourceForge (?)
> Well, as I mentioned, I'm not interested in "forking" but "moving" :).
> I saw Adrian's work - it's not a standalone SF project, but part of some
> other one, and as you
> say - it's a *fork* :).
Here I am :)
To clear a few things up:
- I wanted to be as "official" as possible when I started to work on the
DataViews. Unfortunately nobody was interested to help out back then, so I
went the way which required the least effort from my side -> add to
- While "our" DataViews are managed in another project (somap.org), the
licence was not changed and it would still be possible to create a single
JAR from the current version. We did *no assimilation*, we did a move (and
some changes so that the source compiles without the need of having to be
compiled within Cayenne -> private classes etc).
- Talking about licences. Go GPL3 and that should be compatible with
the ASL 2.x.
And last but not least. If anybody is really (I mean REALLY) interested in
working on DataViews, please drop me a note and we will have some chat
about where to head to with DataViews. I am currently working on Gozer
which I see as the "natural evolution" of DataViews. Gozer is about UI,
DataBinding and EventHandling based on Cayenne and is planned to run with
Swing and Click.
 IMHO DataViews lack some functionality. One of which is lack of
support for Swing components like fields and labels.
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