The native code that is showing the
early splash screen does not have support to change the bitmap that is
being shown. This means that you need to wait until swt is available
before it can be refreshed. With SWT I believe changing the image
is just setting the BackgroundImage on the shell. The simplest way
of contributing SWT to the splash screen is to use the workbench org.eclipse.ui.splashHandlers
extension point and extend the EclipseSplashHandler class.
The only problem is that the code that
handles the osgi.splashPath and searches for NL variants (Main.getSplashLocation
& Main.searchForSplash) is not available available outside of Main.
You will probably have to do that search yourself.
James D Miles <jdmiles@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
02/06/2008 11:01 AM
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By using the -showsplash I can get an early splash screen.
However when not using this mechanism we were able to set osgi.splashPath
with a comma separated list of URLs. We still need the splash selection
based on nl that we got when using osgi.splashPath. How can we get the
splashpath bmp refreshed after early startup? The default behavior seems
to be to continue using the early splash screen._______________________________________________
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