|JFace outside eclipse still needs eclipse core runtime? [message #463896]
||Tue, 15 November 2005 10:51
Originally posted by: brigitte.ilsanker.gi-de.com|
I'm trying to develop a standalone application, which should be a wizard
that users can use as a GUI without using Eclipse.
I understand from the documentation and from the article
"Developing JFace wizards Using the JFace toolkit" by Jeff Gunter found at
the IBM site
that this should be possible.
Now I try to run the example provided at that site with the following
This sounds to me, that I do need eclipse core runtime classes. Is that
Or do I simply use an outdated example and should change to newer
resources? If so, where to find it (I searched the eclipse site already
and even IBM's).
|Re: JFace outside eclipse still needs eclipse core runtime? [message #464526 is a reply to message #464397]
||Wed, 23 November 2005 14:06
| Douglas Pollock
Registered: July 2009
John Arthorne wrote:|
> Today, in fact. In I20051122 there remains only one JFace dependency
> outside the small (65KB) org.eclipse.equinox.common plugin. See:
As of N20051124-0010 and later, you need to add the following to your
classpath to run JFace standalone. Note that you need an SWT JAR that is
appropriate for your operating system and widget tool kit. The sizes are
approximate, and the "version" will vary from release to release.
There is no longer any dependency on the "org.eclipse.core.runtime" plug-in.
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