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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I recently downloaded SWT Designer and imported into my Eclipse 3.5 installation. During the activation I clicked the radio button to choose the SWT Designer (Free edition) (I wanted to see the extent of the limitations, unfortuantly this is just a hobby so I couldn't afford even a $100 price).
It activated over the web but the license detail informs me I have the SWT Designer Eval version, valid for 14 days.
Is this correct? What happens after 14 days - complete denial of the software or revert to the free edition? If so, what are the limitations of the free version?
Many thanks for your help,
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You can activate the free version after the 14 day eval completes.
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