It seems that RSSowl use Swing for the GUI (the previous version said it in a little windows). But I don't know the difference between Swing, AWT, SWT, SwingWT ?
To obtain the same style like RSSowl gui, which Java library use for a open project about tree-editing with most possibilities (like KeyNote if you see what is it) ? Thus, the polices must be pretty on screen, not like Jedit or Jext.
As you see in the date, the "last" message was posted at 03:18 and the previous at 03:23. The previous message was that one I understand finally, and it's the same as you. I'll begin to read the documentation about Eclipse and SWT. Sorry for my confusion.
RSSOwl is using SWT for the GUI, which is a wrapper API to display native widgets inside the java application.
Find out more at www.eclipse.org/swt
Thank you. I went at this URL and saw this among a lot of documents : "SWT is the software component that delivers native widget functionality for the Eclipse platform in an operating system independent manner. It is analogous to AWT/Swing in Java with a difference - SWT uses native widgets. " (http://eclipse.org/articles/Article-SWT-Design-1/SWT-Design-1.html, see at the top, in summary)
If I use SWT with Eclipse, be-that I will have the same result as with RSSowl (AWT/Swing in Java) ? But I know that RSSowl made with Eclipse. I did not understand anything or I see the light in the dark ?
Dont understand your question, sorry. RSSOwl is not Swing/AWT.
add-on : when I read that Rssowl have been made with Swing (a message display in the previous version), in fact, RSSowl have been made with SWT-Eclipse, and not with AWT/Swing. It's that true ?
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