mfkilgore wrote:It appears that some of the reported bugs causing you and others problems with OS X support have been resolved.
mfkilgore wrote:Is that the case from your perspective? Is there any further update on plans to support those of us on the MAC?
mfkilgore wrote:I have downloaded the latest eclipse 3.1 m5a along with the latested designer. I now get Internal Parse Error when attempting to load existing projects. Same error when creating a new SWT project.
mfkilgore wrote:To recreate I simply created a new project, new main window SWT not Swing. My previous version of eclipse/SWT Designer works fine.
mfkilgore wrote:This problem is on my mac running os x 10.3.8. And only occurs in the latest release of Designer. I tried your suggesting of turnning off the SWT_AWT palette that had no affect on this problem.
Ken Lee wrote:Could you please describe what is supported, and what is not ? If you develop an app on Windows, will it run on Mac ? If not, which features ? Alternately, if someone installs your product on a current OSX machine, then which features will work, and which will not ? Or will it not install ?
evan wrote:Now I can use SWT Designer in Windows/Linux at the office and on on my trusty PowerBook at home and on the road!
mfkilgore wrote:Followed the instructions above and now have the latest SWT, latest Eclipse, Java 1.5, and OS X 10.4 all happily working.
mfkilgore wrote:I agree the addition of Swing support will complete the picture. Are there specific bug reports on this? Maybe there is hope that it will be fixed before 3.1 final.
evan wrote:Things have changed slightly for Eclipse 3.1 M7
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