|Re: SWT browser on pocket PC [message #459249 is a reply to message #459239]
||Thu, 04 August 2005 13:50
Originally posted by: jordan.day.21csi.com|
While I have not done any work with developing for pocketPC, it occurs to me
that regular SWT may not work on a pocketPC. I know that SWT for win32
platforms requires GDI+ (or cairo), and it is possible that pocketPC does
not use GDI+.
You may try http://www.eclipse.org/ercp/ the embedded rich client
platform, which includes eSWT, a version of SWT for embedded devices.
"Giovanni" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> I am a java developer and I am attempting to build an swt browser in order
> to run on my pocket PC (Windows CE OS) but, when I deploy the swt browser
> example, the following message is displayed: "swt browser widgets are non
> supported on this platform ....".
> Why? In order to create the swt.jar file, I've connected on eclipse.org
> repository and I followed all istructions on SWT FAQ page.
> If somebody has an swt browser example that runs on pocket pc correctly,
> please send me the code.
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