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Help with WindowBuilder [message #1808129] Mon, 17 June 2019 23:07 Go to next message
Obelix Pancho is currently offline Obelix PanchoFriend
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I am new to Linux. I have used Eclipse Oxygen with WindowBuilder 1.9.0 to build GUI applications.

My current setup is CentOS 7.6, WindowBuilder 1.9.2 JDK 11.0.3

Tried to make a simple Gui App and it gives me error.

Description Resource Path Location Type
EventQueue cannot be resolved GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 15 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 9 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 19 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 38 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 38 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 39 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a type GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 40 Java Problem
JFrame cannot be resolved to a variable GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 40 Java Problem
The type java.awt.EventQueue is not accessible GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 3 Java Problem
The type javax.swing.JFrame is not accessible GuiTrial1.java /guiTrial1/src/guiTrial1 line 5 Java Problem

I appreciate any help in getting my problem resolved. I have always liked WindowBuilder and do not know if there is another GUI builder like it.



Re: Help with WindowBuilder [message #1808222 is a reply to message #1808129] Wed, 19 June 2019 18:19 Go to previous message
Avi Abrami is currently offline Avi AbramiFriend
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Java 11 uses the module system. Did you create a module-info.java file for your Eclipse project? Swing and AWT classes are in the java.desktop module.
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