Nifty 1.3.2 finally arrived

// October 8th, 2012 // release

Nifty 1.3.2 is mainly a bugfix release and is compatible with Nifty 1.3.1. There are a couple of nifty new features available too :) We’ve counted 175 individual changes which is A LOT!

There will be an updated Nifty Manual available soon. Until it is available you can find out what’s new in the Nifty 1.3.2 change log (sf.net)

And here are the other Nifty links:

Nifty 1.3.2 Download Folder at sf.net
Nifty 1.3.2 Maven Projects Page (browse the JavaDoc online!)
Get a nightly jME3 build with Nifty 1.3.2 (jME3_2012-10-08.zip+)
Webstart – Nifty Default Controls Example (1.3.2)
Webstart – Nifty Standard Examples (1.3.2)

For Maven simply add our sf.net Nifty Maven Repo to your pom.xml:

  
    
      nifty-maven-repo.sourceforge.net
      http://nifty-gui.sourceforge.net/nifty-maven-repo
    
  

and upgrade your dependency to 1.3.2:

    
      lessvoid
      nifty
      1.3.2
    

Have a lot of fun with Nifty 1.3.2! The best Nifty since Nifty ;-)
void

11 Responses to “Nifty 1.3.2 finally arrived”

  1. TQ says:

    Uh, really happy that this is out! Congratulations! :)

  2. fm27 says:

    Hello nifty community!

    I want to use nifty within my jME3-Application and I need nested context menus. Is is possible to modify the popup-”menu”-example of nifty supporting NESTED menu/menu-items? What do I have to do? Is there example code?

    • void says:

      Well, there is no direct build-in support for that (e.g. there is no flag or option you can directly set for a menu-item to get that functionality) BUT nothing prevents you to simple show a new menu when a menu-item is clicked, right?

  3. fabio says:

    i’m a noob but i’m really angry….how the hell can i download the folder from sourceforge????
    thanks for help

    • void says:

      you click at the link and then you download all the jars you need … or you take some time and learn about maven which will automatically download all the dependencies you need if you use the xml snippets provided above

  4. fabio says:

    there is no way to download all the folder? because i need also the javadoc

    • void says:

      Ah! No not by default unfortunately :/ BUT I’ve zipped all the jars including the source and javadoc jars into a single file “_nifty-complete-1.3.2.zip”. It’s currently in state pending but should be available for download soon. Great? :)

  5. fabio says:

    awesome thanks! i need a GUI for my slick game, i hope i can get nifty working as soon as possible :P

  6. wiki says:

    Just a short question: Is it possible that the de.lessvoid.nifty.batch package is missing in the sourceforge build? Because if I look on gitHub, the folder’s there, but the _nifty-complete-1.3.2.zip does not contain any jar file with a batch package

    • void says:

      Yes, it’s missing from 1.3.2 since it was introduced after the 1.3.2 release :) The batched renderer will be part of 1.3.3 Nifty. If you want to try it now you have to use a nightly build from the Maven repo (there is not a single zip available – only individual jars) OR you build it from source yourself – which is not difficult. You just need to git clone the repo and call “mvn package”. Or you wait some more days for a regular Nifty 1.3.3 release :)

  7. Primogenitor says:

    FYI, the dependency tags should be groupId and artifact Id (note the capital I). Might depend on the version of maven you use, but took me a while to spot after a copy-n-paste!

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