SWT Designer allows you to create the views, editors, perspectives, pref pages, composites, etc. that comprise Eclipse SWT & RCP applications and plug-ins.
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When using Swing Builder, the code is generated in separate methods. This is not true in SWT. It either just sequentially puts the code in the create method or, if the preference is set, within blocks. As the planning designer for our company, I use and love WBP. Most of my prototypes are checked out by the developers and implemention code is added. The problem is, due to the no method code generation of SWT builder, they go in and manually make seperate methods out of everything generated which now renders the class uneditable by WBP. As I find this a waste of time and makes updating the UI a totally manual process from then on, will there possibly be a new code generation option to create methods so this will no longer be a problem for us.
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The "lazy" style of code gen is on our list for SWT and will probably be added in the next couple of months.
BTW, SWT Designer is very refactoring friendly so it is quite easy to split the generated code into separate method and still keep it editable.
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