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Re: [platform-swt-dev] License of SWT & Embedding AWT widgets in SWT widgets
Hi. The reason I asked this question and didn't
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to access the archives I get a name/password popup
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--- Veronika Irvine/OTT/OTI <Veronika_Irvine@xxxxxxx>
> 1) See the Common Public License:
> You should also check out the general license info:
> 2) There have been several threads in the newsgroup
> on this subject. Here
> are a couple of key discussions:
> Summary of Swing Interoperability
> Experimental Swing Support - How To?
> timing problem initializing a Swing based editor in
> Eclipse SWT & Swing Coexistance - Help!
> Also there is an implementation of AWT using SWT.
> Check out:
> Brad Neuberg <bradneuberg@xxxxxxxxx>
> Sent by: platform-swt-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
> 08/11/2001 04:06 PM
> To: platform-swt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [platform-swt-dev] License
> of SWT & Embedding AWT widgets in SWT widgets
> Some questions:
> 1) What license are SWT and JFaces released under?
> 2) Can I embed heavy-weight widgets (AWT widgets)
> a SWT UI? Can I use the special AWT widget that can
> embed native apps into an AWT interface with SWT
> exact name of this class escapes me, but it lets you
> hand a reference to an AWT screen region to a native
> app to render onto the screen)?
> Brad Neuberg
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