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Re: Migrating Swing Application [message #462408] Wed, 12 October 2005 00:53 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: simon.guertin.usherbrooke.ca

Haris Peco wrote:
> Joe Smith wrote:
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>>"Haris Peco" <snpe@snpe.co.yu> wrote in message
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>>>Joe Smith wrote:
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>>>>What is the benefit of mixing Swing and SWT?
>>>>I don't quite see any benefit of mixing it. Rather it's going
>>>>to be total mess! If I were you, I will stick with Swing.
>>>>If I have compeling reasons to use SWT, then I will write
>>>>totally fresh new in SWT.
>>>>
>>>
I need to start writing my application in SWT, but I don't want to
completely switch for now, As I would not progress anymore, I would like
to write new dialogs and new frames in SWT because I need my application
to be fast.
In the end I would completely be in SWT but for now I don't have time to
completely switch. I would like the switch to be progressive.

So I guess I will continue in Swing and when I am satisfied with my app,
I will port in in one shot to SWT.

Thanks!

Simon
Re: Migrating Swing Application [message #462491 is a reply to message #462408] Wed, 12 October 2005 23:34 Go to previous message
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"Simon Guertin" <simon.guertin@usherbrooke.ca> wrote in message
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> Haris Peco wrote:
> So I guess I will continue in Swing and when I am satisfied with my app, I
> will port in in one shot to SWT.

That should be the right choice. My major production versions are all
in AWT with many custom widgets. If SWT satifies my requirement, I may
consider potrting them to SWT.

>
> Thanks!
>
> Simon
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