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PGroup vs RCP [message #34542] Fri, 11 May 2007 12:59 Go to next message
M. Bashir Al-Noimi is currently offline M. Bashir Al-NoimiFriend
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Hi all

I want to thank all contributors in Nebula project, it's great project
and make GUI in Java/SWT/JFace very easy and beautiful.

I tried to create RCP project by using PGroup but i got failed (see the
attached pic please)


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Best Regards
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #34577 is a reply to message #34542] Fri, 11 May 2007 14:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I want to thank all contributors in Nebula project, it's great
> project and make GUI in Java/SWT/JFace very easy and beautiful.
>
> I tried to create RCP project by using PGroup but i got failed (see the
> attached pic please)
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>

I solved the problem, it was so easy

Just adding library path into "Class Path" -> "Runtime" page from
"Plug-in manifest editor", solving the problem

See the attached pic for more info.

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Best Regards
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #34623 is a reply to message #34577] Fri, 11 May 2007 15:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris GrossFriend
Messages: 253
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Senior Member
The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but you
won't be able to share the jar across plugins.

Regards,
-Chris

M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
>> Hi all
>>
>> I want to thank all contributors in Nebula project, it's great
>> project and make GUI in Java/SWT/JFace very easy and beautiful.
>>
>> I tried to create RCP project by using PGroup but i got failed (see
>> the attached pic please)
>>
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>>
>
> I solved the problem, it was so easy
>
> Just adding library path into "Class Path" -> "Runtime" page from
> "Plug-in manifest editor", solving the problem
>
> See the attached pic for more info.
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #34656 is a reply to message #34623] Sat, 12 May 2007 10:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
M. Bashir Al-Noimi is currently offline M. Bashir Al-NoimiFriend
Messages: 65
Registered: July 2009
Member
Chris Gross wrote:
> The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
> normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
> Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
> dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but you
> won't be able to share the jar across plugins.

Thanks Chris,
I faced something strange!, when i tried to expand all groups in my
composite i couldn't get scrolls for showing missed components, although
i put scrolling option for my composite !?

--
Best Regards تحياتي
Muhammad Bashir Al-Noimi محمد بشير النعيمي

My Blog مدونتي
http://www.hali-sy.com/
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #34724 is a reply to message #34656] Mon, 14 May 2007 13:57 Go to previous message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris GrossFriend
Messages: 253
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The PGroup will not scroll your content automatically. If you want to
scroll within the PGroup you should use a ScrolledComposite internally.

Regards,
-Chris

M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> Chris Gross wrote:
>> The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
>> normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
>> Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
>> dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but
>> you won't be able to share the jar across plugins.
>
> Thanks Chris,
> I faced something strange!, when i tried to expand all groups in my
> composite i couldn't get scrolls for showing missed components, although
> i put scrolling option for my composite !?
>
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #582181 is a reply to message #34542] Fri, 11 May 2007 14:49 Go to previous message
M. Bashir Al-Noimi is currently offline M. Bashir Al-NoimiFriend
Messages: 65
Registered: July 2009
Member
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
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M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I want to thank all contributors in Nebula project, it's great
> project and make GUI in Java/SWT/JFace very easy and beautiful.
>
> I tried to create RCP project by using PGroup but i got failed (see the
> attached pic please)
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>

I solved the problem, it was so easy

Just adding library path into "Class Path" -> "Runtime" page from
"Plug-in manifest editor", solving the problem

See the attached pic for more info.

--
Best Regards
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #582202 is a reply to message #34577] Fri, 11 May 2007 15:12 Go to previous message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris GrossFriend
Messages: 471
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but you
won't be able to share the jar across plugins.

Regards,
-Chris

M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
>> Hi all
>>
>> I want to thank all contributors in Nebula project, it's great
>> project and make GUI in Java/SWT/JFace very easy and beautiful.
>>
>> I tried to create RCP project by using PGroup but i got failed (see
>> the attached pic please)
>>
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>>
>
> I solved the problem, it was so easy
>
> Just adding library path into "Class Path" -> "Runtime" page from
> "Plug-in manifest editor", solving the problem
>
> See the attached pic for more info.
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------
>
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #582219 is a reply to message #34623] Sat, 12 May 2007 10:27 Go to previous message
M. Bashir Al-Noimi is currently offline M. Bashir Al-NoimiFriend
Messages: 65
Registered: July 2009
Member
Chris Gross wrote:
> The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
> normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
> Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
> dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but you
> won't be able to share the jar across plugins.

Thanks Chris,
I faced something strange!, when i tried to expand all groups in my
composite i couldn't get scrolls for showing missed components, although
i put scrolling option for my composite !?

--
Best Regards تحياتي
Muhammad Bashir Al-Noimi محمد بشير النعيمي

My Blog مدونتي
http://www.hali-sy.com/
Re: PGroup vs RCP [message #582248 is a reply to message #34656] Mon, 14 May 2007 13:57 Go to previous message
Chris Gross is currently offline Chris GrossFriend
Messages: 471
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The PGroup will not scroll your content automatically. If you want to
scroll within the PGroup you should use a ScrolledComposite internally.

Regards,
-Chris

M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> Chris Gross wrote:
>> The PGroup jar is an actual plugin jar. So you can treat it like a
>> normal plugin if you wish. That is, you can install it to your
>> Eclipse/plugins directory (or target platform) and add it as a plugin
>> dependency in the plugin manifest. What you've done now is ok, but
>> you won't be able to share the jar across plugins.
>
> Thanks Chris,
> I faced something strange!, when i tried to expand all groups in my
> composite i couldn't get scrolls for showing missed components, although
> i put scrolling option for my composite !?
>
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