Why yes MAC are ‘special’. Thanks
very much but I do not have access to a MAC to develop on. I will have to code
it blindly and pray it works. I wish I could run a virtual Mac and not pay a
kings ransom for a one time dev machine.
Behalf Of Carolyn MacLeod
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 1:48
To: Eclipse Platform SWT component
Cc: 'Eclipse Platform SWT
component developers list.'; platform-swt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [platform-swt-dev]
Macs are special. :)
have to be actually running on a Mac in order to follow the instructions on http://www.eclipse.org/swt/macosx/
the required step 1 is: go to a Mac.
2: run the Safari web browser and go to http://www.eclipse.org/swt/macosx/
3: follow the instructions on that page exactly. You can use the TextEdit
program to edit text files. For non-text files, just double-click them and the
Mac will open an editor on them. Just change the example names to match your
application, and you should be good to go.
your customer can do this for you if you do not have access to a Mac.
"'Eclipse Platform SWT component developers
15/06/2010 01:03 PM
RE: [platform-swt-dev] MAC error
Yes and sadly I think reading ancient Sumerian
would make more sense.
I was under the impression that using the export->Runnable
Jar file would handle most of the heavy lifting. I am not a lazy person but I
am out of my field with the MAC OS. This program is VERY simple. It is using a
jar, a text file and a PDF. I did this to ensure compatibility.
Please let me know if I am just flaking on this._______________________________________________
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