At the moment I am developing some Eclipse plugins for an open source project, with many others on the way. I'd be deligthed to use SWT Designer, and simply release the project.
Would I have to distribute any Instantiations specific jars in that case? An example would be an editor built with SWT designer that depends on a layout class that is in a jar, which belongs to Instantiations. I should say that I do not know if such a situation exists in the product, so this question may not be valid at all.
Can I freely distribute the project source (and necessary libraries, if there are any), so that it can be modified, compiled and used by others who do not have SWT Designer?
In short, can you see any problems in using SWT Designer, and window builder pro in general in an open source project? I can't force the people working on the project to use Window Builder Pro, but its features would save me a lot of time.