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64-bit SWT library [message #460808] Wed, 07 September 2005 15:31 Go to next message
Kevin Stedman is currently offline Kevin StedmanFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hello All,

I have a project that I am working on that would like to use SWT for their
GUIs. The problem is that the project is built for 64-bit
Solaris(sparcv9) and so the SWT libraries need to be recompiled since no
Solaris 64-bit download is available. I was able to recompile the source
and I went to test and received a Seg Fault because the pointer for the
gfree was incorrect. I started looking into it and noticed that all the
pointer references used jint(int) as the variables to hold the address of
the pointer. I also noticed that you do have a Linux 64-bit version, but
I have yet to find the source for this. Can someone point me to the
source for the 64-bit Linux version so that I can look at porting it to
Solaris.

Kevin Stedman
Sr. Software Engineer
GDAIS
Re: 64-bit SWT library [message #460810 is a reply to message #460808] Wed, 07 September 2005 16:50 Go to previous message
Kevin Stedman is currently offline Kevin StedmanFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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I think I am actually making some progress on the problem. I retrieved
the linux x86_64 version of swt from cvs. When I try and build it I get
errors saying cannot find JNIGeneratorApp. I looked in the build.xml file
and there is a commet about "compile the jar in org.eclipse.swt.tools" but
there is no build line for it. The tools directory does not have a
build.xml that I can find. What do I need to do to build the tools java
files specifically the JNIGenerator App?

Kevin
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