|Re: Ridgets - SWT vs JFace [message #574118 is a reply to message #9111]
||Tue, 02 September 2008 07:28
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de|
Christian Campo schrieb:
> yes thats right.....Ridgets are wrapping or adapting SWT widgets. For
> some widgets they offer simular functionality like JFace viewers. We
> dont accomplish that by reinventing the wheel but by using JFace viewers
ok - I understand - this makes sense
> So for example the TreeRidget uses internally the TreeViewer. So in your
> view you only defines the Tree (widget) and then in your controller you
> use the TreeRidget to bind your model and stuff like that.
ok - so I'll only use SWT widgets in my Views designed by SWTdesigner
>There is (of
> course) a testcase "TreeRidgetTest" that shows you how that works.
I've seen this - and also noticed that the RCPMail sample uses the
SWTWidget Tree instead of the TreeViewer.
but I only wanted to be sure, that I understand it right - thats the
reason for my question
> Ridgets are nice here because its a uniform layer for all widgets and of
> course they offer additional functionality that is not found in widgets
> or viewers (like markersupport).
these additional cool features are the main reason I want to use it ;-)
but at the moment I have to figure out my design - workflow how I can
and then make the changes for use of Riena - controller and ridgets.
If I don't find a practicable way to do this then I have to go without
because the use of SWTDesigner is mandatory for my project
btw: do you have also tests for the use of Drag'n'Drop or is this out of
and all works as expected from a normal application ?
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