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Switching SWT with Riena's SWT/QT [message #530752] Fri, 30 April 2010 17:06 Go to next message
Kathiravan  is currently offline Kathiravan Friend
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Hi,
Did anyone try or have idea of how to switch the Eclipse RCP applications
SWT look and feel with Riena's SWT/Qt. I would like to modify my
applications look and feel using that.

BR,
Kathir.
Re: Switching SWT with Riena's SWT/QT [message #530840 is a reply to message #530752] Sat, 01 May 2010 16:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian CampoFriend
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Am 30.04.10 19:06, schrieb Kathir:
> Hi,
> Did anyone try or have idea of how to switch the Eclipse RCP applications
> SWT look and feel with Riena's SWT/Qt. I would like to modify my
> applications look and feel using that.
>
> BR,
> Kathir.
>
>
Hi Kathir,

Riena and SWT/Qt are unrelated technologies. So they are developed by the same people, but you can run any SWT
application using SWT/Qt. Having said that SWT/Qt is currently not publically available. We are currently working on how
to do that and that will take a few more weeks.

Currently we only show demos like next week on Tuesday on JAX in Germany Mainz and we blog about it. (which you found)

Riena on the other hand is a client/server framework in EclipseRT that is on top of RCP and allows many styling and
theming options already. May its worthwhile for you to check it out. That is however unrelated to the SWT/Qt effort.

Does that help or do have any more questions ?

christian
Re: Switching SWT with Riena's SWT/QT [message #531088 is a reply to message #530840] Mon, 03 May 2010 16:15 Go to previous message
Kathiravan  is currently offline Kathiravan Friend
Messages: 33
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Christian,
Thank you for the clarification. I was only looking for the SWT/Qt part. I
am looking forward for the feature to be publicly available.

BR,
Kathir.

"Christian Campo" <christian.campo@compeople.de> wrote in message
news:hrhlqs$htn$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Am 30.04.10 19:06, schrieb Kathir:
>> Hi,
>> Did anyone try or have idea of how to switch the Eclipse RCP
>> applications
>> SWT look and feel with Riena's SWT/Qt. I would like to modify my
>> applications look and feel using that.
>>
>> BR,
>> Kathir.
>>
>>
> Hi Kathir,
>
> Riena and SWT/Qt are unrelated technologies. So they are developed by the
> same people, but you can run any SWT application using SWT/Qt. Having said
> that SWT/Qt is currently not publically available. We are currently
> working on how to do that and that will take a few more weeks.
>
> Currently we only show demos like next week on Tuesday on JAX in Germany
> Mainz and we blog about it. (which you found)
>
> Riena on the other hand is a client/server framework in EclipseRT that is
> on top of RCP and allows many styling and theming options already. May its
> worthwhile for you to check it out. That is however unrelated to the
> SWT/Qt effort.
>
> Does that help or do have any more questions ?
>
> christian
Re: Switching SWT with Riena's SWT/QT [message #585173 is a reply to message #530752] Sat, 01 May 2010 16:45 Go to previous message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian CampoFriend
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Am 30.04.10 19:06, schrieb Kathir:
> Hi,
> Did anyone try or have idea of how to switch the Eclipse RCP applications
> SWT look and feel with Riena's SWT/Qt. I would like to modify my
> applications look and feel using that.
>
> BR,
> Kathir.
>
>
Hi Kathir,

Riena and SWT/Qt are unrelated technologies. So they are developed by the same people, but you can run any SWT
application using SWT/Qt. Having said that SWT/Qt is currently not publically available. We are currently working on how
to do that and that will take a few more weeks.

Currently we only show demos like next week on Tuesday on JAX in Germany Mainz and we blog about it. (which you found)

Riena on the other hand is a client/server framework in EclipseRT that is on top of RCP and allows many styling and
theming options already. May its worthwhile for you to check it out. That is however unrelated to the SWT/Qt effort.

Does that help or do have any more questions ?

christian
Re: Switching SWT with Riena's SWT/QT [message #585185 is a reply to message #530840] Mon, 03 May 2010 16:15 Go to previous message
Kathiravan  is currently offline Kathiravan Friend
Messages: 33
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Christian,
Thank you for the clarification. I was only looking for the SWT/Qt part. I
am looking forward for the feature to be publicly available.

BR,
Kathir.

"Christian Campo" <christian.campo@compeople.de> wrote in message
news:hrhlqs$htn$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Am 30.04.10 19:06, schrieb Kathir:
>> Hi,
>> Did anyone try or have idea of how to switch the Eclipse RCP
>> applications
>> SWT look and feel with Riena's SWT/Qt. I would like to modify my
>> applications look and feel using that.
>>
>> BR,
>> Kathir.
>>
>>
> Hi Kathir,
>
> Riena and SWT/Qt are unrelated technologies. So they are developed by the
> same people, but you can run any SWT application using SWT/Qt. Having said
> that SWT/Qt is currently not publically available. We are currently
> working on how to do that and that will take a few more weeks.
>
> Currently we only show demos like next week on Tuesday on JAX in Germany
> Mainz and we blog about it. (which you found)
>
> Riena on the other hand is a client/server framework in EclipseRT that is
> on top of RCP and allows many styling and theming options already. May its
> worthwhile for you to check it out. That is however unrelated to the
> SWT/Qt effort.
>
> Does that help or do have any more questions ?
>
> christian
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