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Problem with SWT Standalone app on Solaris [message #530731] Fri, 30 April 2010 15:48 Go to next message
Paul Bandler is currently offline Paul BandlerFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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I have built a standalone application using SWT and JFace and run it
successfully on Win32. I've also built a minimally wrapped RCP version and
run that too. Then I have built a version bundling the Solaris10 SWT
jar/libraries and that got as far as displaying the application window
with its menu items, but none of the menu's respond - my actions are not
being called.
I'm wondering if it could be an SWT/jar/lib version issue, but it's odd
that its so silent - one might expect some Java linkage issues and
associated exceptions if that were the case. I've got a remote debugging
session going to it, but not sure where to put a break-point. If anyone
has any suggestion of how to see what might be going on when I select the
menu items I'd much appreciate the guidance (I'm a bit of an swt/JFace
light-weight)
thanks,

Paul
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Re: Problem with SWT Standalone app on Solaris [message #531416 is a reply to message #530731] Tue, 04 May 2010 19:30 Go to previous message
Praveen  is currently offline Praveen Friend
Messages: 86
Registered: July 2009
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To start with, I would recommend to dig down the problem to a simple SWT
snippet and then, you can start putting up breakpoints in the selection
event handler of those menus. Please verify whether the selection events
of Menu are being invoked by SWT code.
If not, then provide us the Solaris/Eclipse version and the GTK/Motif
toolkit version for us to investigate further (along with your simple
snippet).
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