|Re: why swt classes in the RAP demo examples? [message #117092 is a reply to message #117079]
||Tue, 23 December 2008 17:21
| Rüdiger Herrmann
Registered: July 2009
all public API that has an exact counterpart in SWT shares also its
name, for example org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Button.
Some API serves purposes that are specific to RAP and do not exist
in SWT and thus live in their own namespace. An example hereof is
There are classes that RAP specific
Tom H wrote:
> One thing that I am not entirely clear on, is that as RAP is a
> reimplementation of jfaces, SWT and the workbench, (Eclipse Rich
> Framework Platform, Apress, page 35), why some of the classes are named
> for swt and some for rwt when imported into a RAP project?
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