|Re: INSTALLING SWT ON ECLIPSE UNDER WINDOWS [message #547449 is a reply to message #530115]
||Fri, 16 July 2010 16:50
| Ian Leslie
Registered: July 2009
Why take away the import as project way of including SWT into java projects. I have several workspaces with multiple utility projects. When I upgrade Eclipse being able to delete the old SWT project and import the new one into my workspace works really well. With one operation all my projects get updated.|
I personally don't really want to go back to setting up macros to point to SWT .jar files and then add them by hand to each of my projects.
Is it possible to change this decision? Is there something we all gain from doing it this new way that I am missing?
[quote title=Grant Gayed wrote on Wed, 28 April 2010 10:22]> According with the instructions showed at this page:
Thanks for pointing this out, these instructions are no longer valid, I've
logged https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=310826 .
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