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Worldclock

worldclock

application - screensaver - configuration - editor - panel - credits - attic

Requires Java 7 or above depending on the download.

Application

A simple World Clock accessible from the system tray. Shows the time in cities arround the world.

Downloads

<dependency>
  <groupId>lh.worldclock</groupId>
  <artifactId>application</artifactId>
  <version>0.8</version>
</dependency>

Run

Double click on worldclok(.jar) in the extraction directory or java -jar worldclock.jar in that directory

Sources

Configuration

The application requires a configuration file. That file is a simple XML file that can be easily edited via a text editor or via the editor application. Basic structure of the file:

 <config>
   <planes>
     <plane name="ufo" horizontal="gauche" vertical="haut" image="pathto/ufo.png"/>
   </planes>
   <cities>
     <city name="Tours" lat="47.27" long="0.43" timezone="Europe/Paris"/>
   </cities>
 </config>

Planes:

  • name: name of the plane

  • horizontal: direction of the horizontal movement of the plane, gauche: towards the left, droite: towards the right

  • vertical: direction of the vertical movement of the plane, haut: towards the top, bas: towards the bottom

  • image: plane's image path relative to the configuration file

Cities:

  • lat: latitude, positive values: north, negative values: south

  • long: longitude, positive values: east, negative values: west

  • timezone: time zone in which the city is located (list)

See the config.xml for some samples.

Editor

An editor for the above configuration file.

Downloads

<dependency>
  <groupId>lh.worldclock</groupId>
  <artifactId>editor</artifactId>
  <version>1.1</version>
</dependency>

Run

Double click on worldclokeditor(.jar) in the extraction directory or java -jar worldclockeditor.jar in that directory

Sources

Panel

A World day and night JPanel to be used in Swing applications.

Downloads

<dependency>
  <groupId>lh.worldclock</groupId>
  <artifactId>panel</artifactId>
  <version>0.8</version>
</dependency>

Sources

  • see the panel subproject

Team

Credits

Attic

In the attic:

  • a desklet for Glossitope

  • a widget for WidgetFX

  • an OpenTool for JBuilder

  • a module for Netbeans

  • a plugin for Eclipse

  • a screensaver

see the attic for the source code