SWT support in GUI Designer?

I was just wondering if there is any chance that sometime in the future the GUI Designer will give you the option of using SWT instead of Swing?

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Rob Bradley wrote:

I was just wondering if there is any chance that sometime in the future the GUI Designer will give you the option of using SWT instead of Swing?


Nobody can predict the future :) There is a change (I do not PROMISE
anything!), the the VERY little one

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Vladimir Kondratyev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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especialy as "instead of Swing" :)

And i think also, that SWT and Swing, can't be controlled by one way, one
tool. It must be two different disagners, i guess.


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Please take a look at FormBuilder from Jeanette Winzenburg (
http://www.swingempire.de/palace/FormBuilder/ ), it evolves to the best
GUI builder I ever have seen. With this concept it should be also very
easy to create a SWT version.

Cheers,
Tom

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Hmm...
Maybe i'm wrong, but i already seen this :) And we discuss with you about
LayoutManagers :)

Did you work with it builder any more? Is it realy good for rapid
development?


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Did you work with it builder any more? Is it realy good for rapid
development?


It is the best I've found for rapid development.

Tom

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Thomas Singer (MoTJ) wrote:
>> Did you work with it builder any more? Is it realy good for rapid
>> development?


It is the best I've found for rapid development.

Tom

does it support factories for creating components?

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Vladimir Kondratyev
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
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Yes, it does. And even better, it supports layout of already existing
layout components.

Tom

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