rsr wrote:Obviously a bug has appeared in the new version.
Unlikely. Maybe you are just doing something incompatible with GWT. If the hosted mode browser itself fails, that is likely not a GWT Designer issue.
rsr wrote:You cannot run a GWT application if you have attached another Project to your build path.
You most certainy can do this...as long as the other project does not contain something incompatible with GWT itself.
rsr wrote:The hosted browser shows the Exception:
Unable to open new window for startup URL: http//localhost:8888
The browser widget class could not be instantiated java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to snatch field 'site' from class org.eclipse.swt.browser.Browser
This exception means that GWT is unable to create an instance of the SWT Broswer widget. GWT includes its own private, custom copy of SWT. If a newer version of SWT is somehow linked into your GWT project, that can interfer with GWT which expectst to find it own unique version of that class. The most likely cause for the above exception is that your have indirectly (probbaly via the other project you attached) linked in a new copy of the SWT jar (as might be the case, if you were linking in a project that contained Eclipse SWT, RCP or plugin elements.