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Re: java-gnome vs. SWT

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Thanks for clearing this out. I was trying to get the newly released visual
editor to work with eclipse but i couldnt. I also thought that eclipse was
pretty hard to use and wanted you to do things the way it wanted you to do
them. So i have shifted back to good old vim.
Maybe when I get time, I will try to use eclipse again and get used to it.
Thanks again
- --Rishabh

On 28/09/04 11:58 -0500, Jerry Haltom wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I am using java-gnome for now. Their site had a nice tutorial on it and I
> > Also figured since java-gnoem is GPL'ed it might be better to test my
> > designing skills with it first. Once I gain some sort of familiarity with it,
> > I will also try to write something with SWT.
> > I was also wondering if SWT has glade bindings like java-gnome does??
> > Thanks.
> No. Glade is a purely GTK function. Glade represents a GTK widget tree as
> an XML file, such a thing can't possibly generate a SWT widget tree.
> I've been working with Java-Gnome a lot lately, in fact I just switched my
> main development to it, from SWT.
> SWT is nice... it's cross platform... but at the same time, Java-Gnome can
> be made to work on Windows and OS X...
> The combination of Glade and Eclipse really is a perfect RAD environment.
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