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How to make my gui runnable? [message #735043] Mon, 10 October 2011 18:15 Go to next message
sean.blahovici is currently offline sean.blahoviciFriend
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Hi I am kind of a newb to WindowBuilder and to Eclipse, we have started to build our GUI in our project and we cannot find an option to make our application runnable (through a thread). We did not make it runnable at the beginning of the project and now we regret doing so, but starting over isn't an option.

is there a way to do it through WindowBuilder interface or directly in the code?

thanks for any help provided!
Re: How to make my gui runnable? [message #735060 is a reply to message #735043] Mon, 10 October 2011 19:57 Go to previous message
Eric Clayberg is currently offline Eric ClaybergFriend
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If you use the WindowBuilder wizards to create your main UI classes, they will include a main() method for you.

If you are creating those classes by hand, you would need to add code to make them runnable yourself. At that point, this discussion would be best suited to a SWT or Swing forum.
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