Java Code Examples for java.awt.BorderLayout#getConstraints()

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Example 1
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: NimbusLookAndFeel.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending
 * on the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be
 * in PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by NimbusIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.
 *
 * Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as NimbusIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.
 */
static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    //NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
    //because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
    //NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();
        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();
            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b = (BorderLayout)m;
                Object con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);
                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }
                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }
    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: jdk1.8-source-analysis   File: MetaData.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
protected void initialize(Class<?> type, Object oldInstance, Object newInstance, Encoder out) {
    super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance, out);
    // Ignore the children of a JScrollPane.
    // Pending(milne) find a better way to do this.
    if (oldInstance instanceof javax.swing.JScrollPane) {
        return;
    }
    java.awt.Container oldC = (java.awt.Container)oldInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] oldChildren = oldC.getComponents();
    java.awt.Container newC = (java.awt.Container)newInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] newChildren = (newC == null) ? new java.awt.Component[0] : newC.getComponents();

    BorderLayout layout = ( oldC.getLayout() instanceof BorderLayout )
            ? ( BorderLayout )oldC.getLayout()
            : null;

    JLayeredPane oldLayeredPane = (oldInstance instanceof JLayeredPane)
            ? (JLayeredPane) oldInstance
            : null;

    // Pending. Assume all the new children are unaltered.
    for(int i = newChildren.length; i < oldChildren.length; i++) {
        Object[] args = ( layout != null )
                ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], layout.getConstraints( oldChildren[i] )}
                : (oldLayeredPane != null)
                        ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], oldLayeredPane.getLayer(oldChildren[i]), Integer.valueOf(-1)}
                        : new Object[] {oldChildren[i]};

        invokeStatement(oldInstance, "add", args, out);
    }
}
 
Example 10
Source Project: seaglass   File: SeaGlassLookAndFeel.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Package private method which returns either BorderLayout.NORTH,
 * BorderLayout.SOUTH, BorderLayout.EAST, or BorderLayout.WEST depending on
 * the location of the toolbar in its parent. The toolbar might be in
 * PAGE_START, PAGE_END, CENTER, or some other position, but will be
 * resolved to either NORTH,SOUTH,EAST, or WEST based on where the toolbar
 * actually IS, with CENTER being NORTH.
 *
 * <p/>This code is used to determine where the border line should be drawn
 * by the custom toolbar states, and also used by SeaGlassIcon to determine
 * whether the handle icon needs to be shifted to look correct.</p>
 *
 * <p>Toollbars are unfortunately odd in the way these things are handled,
 * and so this code exists to unify the logic related to toolbars so it can
 * be shared among the static files such as SeaGlassIcon and generated files
 * such as the ToolBar state classes.</p>
 *
 * @param  toolbar a toolbar in the Swing hierarchy.
 *
 * @return the {@code BorderLayout} orientation of the toolbar, or
 *         {@code BorderLayout.NORTH} if none can be determined.
 */
public static Object resolveToolbarConstraint(JToolBar toolbar) {
    /*
     * NOTE: we don't worry about component orientation or PAGE_END etc
     * because the BasicToolBarUI always uses an absolute position of
     * NORTH/SOUTH/EAST/WEST.
     */
    if (toolbar != null) {
        Container parent = toolbar.getParent();

        if (parent != null) {
            LayoutManager m = parent.getLayout();

            if (m instanceof BorderLayout) {
                BorderLayout b   = (BorderLayout) m;
                Object       con = b.getConstraints(toolbar);

                if (con == SOUTH || con == EAST || con == WEST) {
                    return con;
                }

                return NORTH;
            }
        }
    }

    return NORTH;
}
 
Example 11
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: jdk8u-jdk   File: MetaData.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
protected void initialize(Class<?> type, Object oldInstance, Object newInstance, Encoder out) {
    super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance, out);
    // Ignore the children of a JScrollPane.
    // Pending(milne) find a better way to do this.
    if (oldInstance instanceof javax.swing.JScrollPane) {
        return;
    }
    java.awt.Container oldC = (java.awt.Container)oldInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] oldChildren = oldC.getComponents();
    java.awt.Container newC = (java.awt.Container)newInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] newChildren = (newC == null) ? new java.awt.Component[0] : newC.getComponents();

    BorderLayout layout = ( oldC.getLayout() instanceof BorderLayout )
            ? ( BorderLayout )oldC.getLayout()
            : null;

    JLayeredPane oldLayeredPane = (oldInstance instanceof JLayeredPane)
            ? (JLayeredPane) oldInstance
            : null;

    // Pending. Assume all the new children are unaltered.
    for(int i = newChildren.length; i < oldChildren.length; i++) {
        Object[] args = ( layout != null )
                ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], layout.getConstraints( oldChildren[i] )}
                : (oldLayeredPane != null)
                        ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], oldLayeredPane.getLayer(oldChildren[i]), Integer.valueOf(-1)}
                        : new Object[] {oldChildren[i]};

        invokeStatement(oldInstance, "add", args, out);
    }
}
 
Example 13
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 14
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 15
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 16
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 17
protected void initialize(Class<?> type, Object oldInstance, Object newInstance, Encoder out) {
    super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance, out);
    // Ignore the children of a JScrollPane.
    // Pending(milne) find a better way to do this.
    if (oldInstance instanceof javax.swing.JScrollPane) {
        return;
    }
    java.awt.Container oldC = (java.awt.Container)oldInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] oldChildren = oldC.getComponents();
    java.awt.Container newC = (java.awt.Container)newInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] newChildren = (newC == null) ? new java.awt.Component[0] : newC.getComponents();

    BorderLayout layout = ( oldC.getLayout() instanceof BorderLayout )
            ? ( BorderLayout )oldC.getLayout()
            : null;

    JLayeredPane oldLayeredPane = (oldInstance instanceof JLayeredPane)
            ? (JLayeredPane) oldInstance
            : null;

    // Pending. Assume all the new children are unaltered.
    for(int i = newChildren.length; i < oldChildren.length; i++) {
        Object[] args = ( layout != null )
                ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], layout.getConstraints( oldChildren[i] )}
                : (oldLayeredPane != null)
                        ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], oldLayeredPane.getLayer(oldChildren[i]), Integer.valueOf(-1)}
                        : new Object[] {oldChildren[i]};

        invokeStatement(oldInstance, "add", args, out);
    }
}
 
Example 18
private static void validate(JPanel panel) {
    BorderLayout layout = (BorderLayout) panel.getLayout();
    for (Component component : panel.getComponents()) {
        String name = (String) layout.getConstraints(component);
        if (name == null)
            throw new Error("The component is not layed out: " + component);

        JLabel label = (JLabel) component;
        if (!name.equals(label.getText()))
            throw new Error("The component is layed out on " + name + ": " + component);
    }
}
 
Example 19
protected void initialize(Class<?> type, Object oldInstance, Object newInstance, Encoder out) {
    super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance, out);
    // Ignore the children of a JScrollPane.
    // Pending(milne) find a better way to do this.
    if (oldInstance instanceof javax.swing.JScrollPane) {
        return;
    }
    java.awt.Container oldC = (java.awt.Container)oldInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] oldChildren = oldC.getComponents();
    java.awt.Container newC = (java.awt.Container)newInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] newChildren = (newC == null) ? new java.awt.Component[0] : newC.getComponents();

    BorderLayout layout = ( oldC.getLayout() instanceof BorderLayout )
            ? ( BorderLayout )oldC.getLayout()
            : null;

    JLayeredPane oldLayeredPane = (oldInstance instanceof JLayeredPane)
            ? (JLayeredPane) oldInstance
            : null;

    // Pending. Assume all the new children are unaltered.
    for(int i = newChildren.length; i < oldChildren.length; i++) {
        Object[] args = ( layout != null )
                ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], layout.getConstraints( oldChildren[i] )}
                : (oldLayeredPane != null)
                        ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], oldLayeredPane.getLayer(oldChildren[i]), Integer.valueOf(-1)}
                        : new Object[] {oldChildren[i]};

        invokeStatement(oldInstance, "add", args, out);
    }
}
 
Example 20
Source Project: Bytecoder   File: MetaData.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
protected void initialize(Class<?> type, Object oldInstance, Object newInstance, Encoder out) {
    super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance, out);
    // Ignore the children of a JScrollPane.
    // Pending(milne) find a better way to do this.
    if (oldInstance instanceof javax.swing.JScrollPane) {
        return;
    }
    java.awt.Container oldC = (java.awt.Container)oldInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] oldChildren = oldC.getComponents();
    java.awt.Container newC = (java.awt.Container)newInstance;
    java.awt.Component[] newChildren = (newC == null) ? new java.awt.Component[0] : newC.getComponents();

    BorderLayout layout = ( oldC.getLayout() instanceof BorderLayout )
            ? ( BorderLayout )oldC.getLayout()
            : null;

    JLayeredPane oldLayeredPane = (oldInstance instanceof JLayeredPane)
            ? (JLayeredPane) oldInstance
            : null;

    // Pending. Assume all the new children are unaltered.
    for(int i = newChildren.length; i < oldChildren.length; i++) {
        Object[] args = ( layout != null )
                ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], layout.getConstraints( oldChildren[i] )}
                : (oldLayeredPane != null)
                        ? new Object[] {oldChildren[i], oldLayeredPane.getLayer(oldChildren[i]), Integer.valueOf(-1)}
                        : new Object[] {oldChildren[i]};

        invokeStatement(oldInstance, "add", args, out);
    }
}