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[equinox-dev] Re: Splash screen customization with Swing
- From: "Steven E. Harris" <seh@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 12:59:38 -0700
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Andrew Niefer <aniefer@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Assuming you already have a bundle activated that does your existing
> splash screen, you can just put the swt-awt stuff there.
That relates to my previous question: What's the minimum set of
bundles required to use "the swt-awt stuff". Obviously I already have
access to AWT and Swing, and I've been confining my work to the
Equinox SDK. How much more would I need to bite off?
> 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.
Thanks, yes, I'm already using StartupMonitor, albeit indirectly by
way of providing a Runnable as a "splash handler" to EclipseStarter
and letting it wrap its DefaultStartupMonitor around it. I am planning
on writing my own StartupMonitor implementation, and thought it would
be nice to incorporate the "early splash" capability with my own
splash screen, rather than just planting a Swing screen right on top
of the early splash image.
Steven E. Harris