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Re: [equinox-dev] Re: Splash screen customization with Swing


There is no reason why you couldn't do that without the workbench.  You just wouldn't be using the AbstractSplashHandler.

Assuming you already have a bundle activated that does your existing splash screen, you can just put the swt-awt stuff there.

There is an interface org.eclipse.osgi.service.runnable.StartupMonitor that you could implement and register a service with.    This will get you time on the main thread during startup if you need it.

-Andrew


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OOoh, I may have spoken too soon.  The solution I presented is built  
on top of the RCP workbench, not Equinox directly.   My apologies.


On May 10, 2007, at 2:25 PM, Steven E. Harris wrote:

> Kimberly Horne <kim@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>
>> You can embed SWT widgets in the splash just fine using the SWT->AWT
>> bridge.
>
> Thanks for the example. That's easy enough to follow.
>
> Two more questions:
>
> o Is it correct that none of the SWT stuff is available in the basic
>   Equinox SDK?
>
> o How does an AbstractSplashHandler-derived class get discovered by
>   Equinox? Via the extension registry?
>
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