Re: Anyone using gnu gcj and SWT on PPC Linux
yes. i use eclipse under ppc. it works pretty well actually.
the only really annoying bug is that in the 2.1 release icons
are displayed really weird..
i compiled eclipse and swt on ppc..
i found a little howto about it awhile ago..
_Compilation of libswt-gtk-xxxx.so and libswt-pi-gtk-xxxx.so :
ant -buildfile build.xml ws/gtk/swtsrc.zip
ant -buildfile build.xml ws/gtk/swt-pisrc.zip
Edit make_gtk.mak :
IVE_HOME = /usr/local/jdk
JAVA_JNI = $(IVE_HOME)/include
GTKLIBS = `pkg-config --libs $(GTKTARGET)`
mv *.so /usr/src/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.swt.gtk/os/linux/x86/
_Compilation of the launcher :
copy the eclipse binary into the eclipse root
i hope this works for you. it could be that the details
are a bit different. cant think of it offhand right now..
but in rough structures should be like that..
let me know if it works for you..
On Wed, 2003-04-16 at 19:45, Kevin.Hendricks wrote:
> I just found a wonderful article on IBM developerworks about using
> the gnu gcj (java compiler)that comes with gcc with SWT-gtk or
> to build java gui style apps that can be compiled to complete native
> I was wondering if anyone has used SWT or Eclipse (the Java IDE) under
> Linux and if so have they tried integrating SWT and gcj with any
> Hints or trick to get this to work welcomed.
> Kevin B. Hendricks
> Associate Professor of Operations and Information Technology
> Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
> London Ontario, CANADA N6A 3K7