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Yep, we do need a generic icon file for the OpenJDK distribution. It would be great if you could provide me with one.
On 24.05.2012, at 22:21, Jeff Hoffman wrote:
> I need to do some research on this question... We should follow what has been done before. It makes sense that we don't put Oracle branded images in the OpenJDK distribution -- but I'm not exactly sure what we have been putting in there up until now... If we need a "generic" icns file for the Mac port, I can supply one.
> On 5/24/12 5:22 AM, Leonid Romanov wrote:
>> I'm not sure whether Jeff Hoffman, who filed 7168062, is on the list, so I'm adding him to CC. Perhaps he would be able to comment on what repo the branded icon should go and what icon to use for the open tree.
>> As for 7168062 not being visible to the outside world, there isn't much to see. It basically states "we should use branded icon instead what we use now" and that is.
>> On 23.05.2012, at 19:41, Phil Race wrote:
>>> On 5/23/2012 8:25 AM, Henri Gomez wrote:
>>>>> That seems like overkill to me. Can't we just put the .icns in the JRE (Contents/Home/jre/lib/images) and load it from there? What are we guarding against by putting it into a .h file?
>>>> OpenJDK will use Oracle icons ? Even for the community version ?
>>> I was wondering about this too. It seems wrong. The icon, and/or the header file
>>> should be in "closed". We do not put branded images in the open tree, no
>>> matter how its encoded since they aren't open source.
>>> The openjdk should use something like the open source duke icon.
>>> I am not sure I see how/where that works.
>>> BTW good luck seeing
>>>> Bug:http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=7168062 >>> its marked for internal consumption only (for some reason I can't fathom).