changeset 10657:4679a2758059

8055746: plenty of clipboard/dnd tests fail and break X11 Reviewed-by: alexsch, pchelko
author azvegint
date Tue, 02 Sep 2014 17:35:58 +0400
parents debb697a2e30
children d2c998b7e553
files src/java.desktop/macosx/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties src/java.desktop/macosx/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties src/java.desktop/unix/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties src/java.desktop/unix/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties src/java.desktop/windows/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties src/java.desktop/windows/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties
diffstat 6 files changed, 216 insertions(+), 216 deletions(-) [+]
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--- a/src/java.desktop/macosx/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties	Fri Aug 29 15:27:29 2014 +0400
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,76 +0,0 @@
-#
-# This properties file is used to initialize the default
-# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the Mac OS X platform-specific,
-# default mappings between common Mac OS X selection atoms and platform-independent
-# MIME type strings, which will be converted into 
-# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
-#
-# The standard format is:
-#
-# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
-#
-# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
-# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
-# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
-# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
-# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
-#
-# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
-# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
-# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
-# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.
-#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
-# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
-# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
-# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
-# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
-# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
-# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
-# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
-#
-# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
-# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
-# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
-# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
-#
-# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
-# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
-# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
-# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
-# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
-# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
-# transformed stream to the native system.
-#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
-# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
-# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
-# will be ignored.
-#
-# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
-# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
-
-UTF8_STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-
-# The COMPOUND_TEXT support for inter-client text transfer is disabled by 
-# default. The reason is that many native applications prefer this format over 
-# other native text formats, but are unable to decode the textual data in this 
-# format properly. This results in java-to-native text transfer failures.
-# To enable the COMPOUND_TEXT support for this JRE installation uncomment 
-# the line below.
-
-# COMPOUND_TEXT=text/plain;charset=x-compound-text;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-
-TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-FILE_NAME=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-text/uri-list=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-TIFF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-RICH_TEXT=text/rtf
-HTML=text/html;charset=utf-8;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
-URL=application/x-java-url;class=java.net.URL,\
-    text/uri-list;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/src/java.desktop/macosx/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties	Tue Sep 02 17:35:58 2014 +0400
@@ -0,0 +1,76 @@
+#
+# This properties file is used to initialize the default
+# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the Mac OS X platform-specific,
+# default mappings between common Mac OS X selection atoms and platform-independent
+# MIME type strings, which will be converted into 
+# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
+#
+# The standard format is:
+#
+# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
+#
+# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
+# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
+# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
+# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
+# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
+#
+# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
+# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
+# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
+# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.
+#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
+# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
+# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
+# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
+# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
+# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
+# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
+# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
+#
+# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
+# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
+# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
+# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
+#
+# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
+# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
+# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
+# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
+# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
+# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
+# transformed stream to the native system.
+#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
+# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
+# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
+# will be ignored.
+#
+# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
+# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
+
+UTF8_STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+
+# The COMPOUND_TEXT support for inter-client text transfer is disabled by 
+# default. The reason is that many native applications prefer this format over 
+# other native text formats, but are unable to decode the textual data in this 
+# format properly. This results in java-to-native text transfer failures.
+# To enable the COMPOUND_TEXT support for this JRE installation uncomment 
+# the line below.
+
+# COMPOUND_TEXT=text/plain;charset=x-compound-text;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+
+TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+FILE_NAME=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+text/uri-list=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+TIFF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+RICH_TEXT=text/rtf
+HTML=text/html;charset=utf-8;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
+URL=application/x-java-url;class=java.net.URL,\
+    text/uri-list;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
--- a/src/java.desktop/unix/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties	Fri Aug 29 15:27:29 2014 +0400
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,71 +0,0 @@
-#
-# This properties file is used to initialize the default
-# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the X11 platform-specific,
-# default mappings between common X11 selection atoms and platform-independent
-# MIME type strings, which will be converted into
-# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
-#
-# The standard format is:
-#
-# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
-#
-# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
-# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
-# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
-# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
-# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
-#
-# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
-# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
-# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
-# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.
-#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
-# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
-# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
-# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
-# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
-# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
-# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
-# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
-#
-# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
-# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
-# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
-# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
-#
-# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
-# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
-# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
-# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
-# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
-# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
-# transformed stream to the native system.
-#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
-# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
-# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
-# will be ignored.
-#
-# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
-# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
-
-UTF8_STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-
-# The COMPOUND_TEXT support for inter-client text transfer is disabled by 
-# default. The reason is that many native applications prefer this format over 
-# other native text formats, but are unable to decode the textual data in this 
-# format properly. This results in java-to-native text transfer failures.
-# To enable the COMPOUND_TEXT support for this JRE installation uncomment 
-# the line below.
-
-# COMPOUND_TEXT=text/plain;charset=x-compound-text;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-
-TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-STRING=text/plain;charset=iso8859-1;eoln="\n";terminators=0
-FILE_NAME=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-text/uri-list=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/src/java.desktop/unix/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties	Tue Sep 02 17:35:58 2014 +0400
@@ -0,0 +1,71 @@
+#
+# This properties file is used to initialize the default
+# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the X11 platform-specific,
+# default mappings between common X11 selection atoms and platform-independent
+# MIME type strings, which will be converted into
+# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
+#
+# The standard format is:
+#
+# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
+#
+# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
+# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
+# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
+# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
+# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
+#
+# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
+# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
+# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
+# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.
+#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
+# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
+# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
+# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
+# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
+# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
+# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
+# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
+#
+# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
+# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
+# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
+# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
+#
+# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
+# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
+# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
+# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
+# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
+# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
+# transformed stream to the native system.
+#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
+# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
+# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
+# will be ignored.
+#
+# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
+# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
+
+UTF8_STRING=text/plain;charset=UTF-8;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+
+# The COMPOUND_TEXT support for inter-client text transfer is disabled by 
+# default. The reason is that many native applications prefer this format over 
+# other native text formats, but are unable to decode the textual data in this 
+# format properly. This results in java-to-native text transfer failures.
+# To enable the COMPOUND_TEXT support for this JRE installation uncomment 
+# the line below.
+
+# COMPOUND_TEXT=text/plain;charset=x-compound-text;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+
+TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+STRING=text/plain;charset=iso8859-1;eoln="\n";terminators=0
+FILE_NAME=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+text/uri-list=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
--- a/src/java.desktop/windows/classes/sun/awt/datatransfer/flavormap.properties	Fri Aug 29 15:27:29 2014 +0400
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,69 +0,0 @@
-#
-# This properties file is used to initialize the default
-# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the Win32 platform-
-# specific, default mappings between common Win32 Clipboard atoms and platform-
-# independent MIME type strings, which will be converted into
-# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
-#
-# The standard format is:
-#
-# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
-#
-# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
-# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
-# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
-# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
-# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
-#
-# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
-# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
-# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
-# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
-# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
-# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
-# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
-# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
-# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
-# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
-# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
-#
-# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
-# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
-# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
-# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
-#
-# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
-# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
-# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
-# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
-# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
-# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
-# transformed stream to the native system.
-#
-# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
-# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
-# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
-# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
-# will be ignored.
-#
-# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
-# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
-
-UNICODE\ TEXT=text/plain;charset=utf-16le;eoln="\r\n";terminators=2
-TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
-HTML\ Format=text/html;charset=utf-8;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
-Rich\ Text\ Format=text/rtf
-HDROP=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-DIB=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-ENHMETAFILE=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-METAFILEPICT=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
-LOCALE=application/x-java-text-encoding;class="[B"
-UniformResourceLocator=application/x-java-url;class=java.net.URL,\
-                       text/uri-list;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1,\
-                       text/plain;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
-FileGroupDescriptorW=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
-FileGroupDescriptor=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/src/java.desktop/windows/classes/sun/datatransfer/resources/flavormap.properties	Tue Sep 02 17:35:58 2014 +0400
@@ -0,0 +1,69 @@
+#
+# This properties file is used to initialize the default
+# java.awt.datatransfer.SystemFlavorMap. It contains the Win32 platform-
+# specific, default mappings between common Win32 Clipboard atoms and platform-
+# independent MIME type strings, which will be converted into
+# java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavors.
+#
+# The standard format is:
+#
+# <native>=<MIME type>,<MIME type>, ...
+#
+# <native> should be a string identifier that the native platform will
+# recognize as a valid data format. <MIME type> should specify both a MIME
+# primary type and a MIME subtype separated by a '/'. The MIME type may include
+# parameters, where each parameter is a key/value pair separated by '=', and
+# where each parameter to the MIME type is separated by a ';'.
+#
+# Because SystemFlavorMap implements FlavorTable, developers are free to
+# duplicate DataFlavor values and set multiple values for a single native by
+# separating them with ",". If a mapping contains a duplicate key or value,
+# earlier mappings which included this key or value will be preferred.#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", and which support the charset parameter, should specify the exact
+# format in which the native platform expects the data. The "charset"
+# parameter specifies the char to byte encoding, the "eoln" parameter
+# specifies the end-of-line marker, and the "terminators" parameter specifies
+# the number of terminating NUL bytes. Note that "eoln" and "terminators"
+# are not standardized MIME type parameters. They are specific to this file
+# format ONLY. They will not appear in any of the DataFlavors returned by the
+# SystemFlavorMap at the Java level.
+#
+# If the "charset" parameter is omitted, or has zero length, the platform
+# default encoding is assumed. If the "eoln" parameter is omitted, or has
+# zero length, "\n" is assumed. If the "terminators" parameter is omitted,
+# or has a value less than zero, zero is assumed.
+#
+# Upon initialization, the data transfer subsystem will record the specified
+# details of the native text format, but the default SystemFlavorMap will
+# present a large set of synthesized DataFlavors which map, in both
+# directions, to the native. After receiving data from the application in one
+# of the synthetic DataFlavors, the data transfer subsystem will transform
+# the data stream into the format specified in this file before passing the
+# transformed stream to the native system.
+#
+# Mappings whose values specify DataFlavors with primary MIME types of
+# "text", but which do not support the charset parameter, will be treated as
+# opaque, 8-bit data. They will not undergo any transformation process, and
+# any "charset", "eoln", or "terminators" parameters specified in this file
+# will be ignored.
+#
+# See java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor.selectBestTextFlavor for a list of
+# text flavors which support the charset parameter.
+
+UNICODE\ TEXT=text/plain;charset=utf-16le;eoln="\r\n";terminators=2
+TEXT=text/plain;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
+HTML\ Format=text/html;charset=utf-8;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
+Rich\ Text\ Format=text/rtf
+HDROP=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+PNG=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+JFIF=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+DIB=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+ENHMETAFILE=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+METAFILEPICT=image/x-java-image;class=java.awt.Image
+LOCALE=application/x-java-text-encoding;class="[B"
+UniformResourceLocator=application/x-java-url;class=java.net.URL,\
+                       text/uri-list;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1,\
+                       text/plain;eoln="\r\n";terminators=1
+FileGroupDescriptorW=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List
+FileGroupDescriptor=application/x-java-file-list;class=java.util.List