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Re: [platform-swt-dev] SWT Application Launch configuration


Yep - that's fine, too. And as you say, it's closer to being completely standalone.
Choose the method that you prefer.
Upgrading swt may be simpler (just import the new one) if you don't hardcode the dll name into the java.library.path while you are developing your application.
Carolyn



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I can also use Java Application launch configuration,

setting java.library.path as VM argument with value to a folder

where I extract swt-win32-xxxx.dll file

(as dll are packged in swt-win32... jar file).


This is closer to final SWT Standalone run mode, no ?

(I means running this swt application outside from eclipse workbench).


Thanks for your reply.


Arnaud.



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Don't use an "SWT Application" launch configuration.

Import SWT into your workspace (http://www.eclipse.org/swt/eclipse.php)

and just create a "Java Application" launch configuration.

(Or use Run As -> Java Application)


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Hi,


On windows when I launch a SWT application using Eclipse's "SWT Application" launch configuration,

the value of java.library.path is replaced (by Eclipse) with the value:


     java.library.path=C:\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.pde.ui\1159404583030.swt


1159404583030.swt is a file containing reference to swt's dll, meaning application can load them.


Unfortunetly my application have other dll to load and absolutely need the "system" value of java.library.path

     java.library.path=C:\Program Files\Application\bin;C:\windows\system32


Is there a way to use SWT Application launch configuration where 1159404583030.swt file is appended to java.library.path ?


Is this a bug in SWT Application launch configuration ?


Thanks,


Arnaud.
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