In support of those goals, I see the following as the first-order
* Integration of Quaqua as an Aqua Look & Feel.
* Native AWT Swing (as opposed to X11).
* Sound support.
* Integration with the Mac OS X certificate store (x509).
* Implement any missing functionality.
WRT JavaSound, a while back someone created a Port Audio JavaSound
service provider. It was posted to this list:
This is Yong.
KuroSound was taken offline some time ago.
KuroSound is a very basic Mixer SPI implementation with PortAudio (http://www.portaudio.com
), it requires Java Sound implementation to work. I think Tritonus
project (http://tritonus.org) can help a lot in this respect.
Tritonus is GPL'ed, is it compatible with SoyLatte license?
SoyLatte + Tritonus + KuroSound sounds nice to me.
Tritonus isn't compatible with the JRL SoyLatte, but will be once
things move to the OpenJDK project.
However, the JRL release should be equipped with the Java Sound API,
so that should be fine.
Cool, then I guess at least FileReader/Writer SPI implementations are
needed for KuroSound to be usable with SoyLatte.
Am I right?
Is KuroSound code still available?
Yeah, I can make it available.
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