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Re: [e4-dev] Using XWT at E4

Use the latest WindowBuilder with XWT support. AFAIK, the original XWT Designer wont be maintained anymore...

How does Xtend relate to XWT?

2012/2/2 Tom Schindl <tom.schindl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Frankly speaking I think XWT is dead. I've not seen any progress and
response from the those people since a long time. So do not use it.
Stick with Java or use Xtend if you want a cool alternative in the
Eclipse space.

Tom

Am 02.02.12 10:53, schrieb Dimitar Georgiev:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I just downloaded Juno M5 and installed E4 M5 on top of it in order to
> build a RCP / Eclipse 4 app.
> After playing around with the modeled workbench / application model, I
> decided to give XWT a try.
>
> - Using XWT designer, dropping stuff from the pallete results in no
> change of the underlying .xwt file;
> - Tried to open the file with "XWT Editor" - the part loads infinitely
> and nothing happens.
>
> My questions:
> - Are these known issues or should I go forward and open bugs?
> - Are XWT designer / viewer known to not work and should I stick to
> editing the XML by hand when using XWT?
>
> Thank you!
>
> Best regards, Dimitar
>
>
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