|Where is Javadoc for SWT? [message #771197]
||Mon, 26 December 2011 16:23
Registered: February 2011
In our standalone SWT/JFace app, we see the SWT library jar called out in Project/Properties/Java Build Path/Libraries.|
Under that, we see:
Javadoc location: (None)
We would like to be able to see the Javadoc. Where is it???
|Re: Where is Javadoc for SWT? [message #774299 is a reply to message #771197]
||Tue, 03 January 2012 16:51
| Grant Gayed
Registered: July 2009
The javadoc is accessible on-line at
To view the javadoc in your environment (eg.- in content assist) you
need to point at the separate jar containing swt's source (a jar is not
produced that contains solely its javadoc). If your swt jar came from
an eclipse release's "plugins" directory then you'll find the source in
a jar in the same directory named something like
"org.eclipse.swt.win32.win32.x86.source_<version>.jar". If your swt jar
came as a stand-alone swt download then you should have a "src.zip" file
that has what's needed.
On 12/26/2011 11:23 AM, Bill wrote:
> In our standalone SWT/JFace app, we see the SWT library jar called out
> in Project/Properties/Java Build Path/Libraries.
> Under that, we see:
> Javadoc location: (None)
> We would like to be able to see the Javadoc. Where is it???
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