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Compilation of HelloWorldSWT fails with "no swt-gtk-4333 in java.library.path" [message #1235911] Sat, 25 January 2014 17:08
Dirk Walter is currently offline Dirk WalterFriend
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Registered: January 2014
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Found a solution for the error: It is a mistake into the documentation, because:

If i choose <binary project> instead of <projects with source folder> on the step <Import the SWT Project> it works fine.
Also is the docu wrong at this place:

Open the Import wizard from the main menu via File > Import..., and select Plug-in Development > Plug-ins and Fragments. Click Next.
On the Import Plug-ins and Fragments page, select 
Import from: The active target platform.
Plug-ins and Fragments to import: Select from all plug-ins and fragments found at specified location.
Import As: Projects with source folders.
Click Next.
On the Selection page, Add org.eclipse.swt.{platform}.{os}.{arch} (for example: org.eclipse.swt.win32.win32.x86 for win32) to Plug-ins and Fragments to Import: list.
Click Finish.
This will create the org.eclipse.swt.{platform}.{os}.{arch} project which we will need to compile and run the application. 
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