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There is no need to include the SWT*.dll

We included a SWT*.DLL in our Eclipse Project to get the standalone SWT applications run. There is no need for this. Just add to the run configuration for this class the VM argument (without any linebreak):

-Djava.library.path=${system:ECLIPSE_HOME}/plugins
   /org.eclipse.swt.${system:WS}_3.0.1/os
   /${system:OS}/${system:ARCH} 

Unfortunatly you have to take care to use the right version of the SWT plug-in (here 3.0.1).

[[http://roots.iai.uni-bonn.de/lehre/xp2004a1/wiki.jsp?page=fachwissengui|List of literature from a previous course]]

Introdutions

getting started with eclipse and swt

SWT

Viewing HTML pages in SWT Browser

SWT and ActiveX

SWT: The Standard Widget Toolkit - Part 1 and 2:

SWT Layouts

SWT Examples:

SWT Examples Plugin Download (stable version 3.0) and install

The Eclipse Wiki Site:

teaching/labs/xp/2004b/swt.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/09 01:59 (external edit)

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