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Posted on 2006-06-09
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Hi,

I am currently working in Eclipse and writing a series of complex toolbars and I am getting tired of working with layout managers to setup the toolbars. I hear the new version of Eclipse will have a GUI builder. (Great!) but...

I ask - is there a free software that will intergrate with my current Eclipse layout to help me build a GUI?
Thanks,

waffe
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Sun studio creator has a GUI builder!
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we might be able to help u in layouts if u tell us the problem!
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Yes, you should download Jigloo plug-in for Eclipse which is meant for Swing/ SWT:

http://www.cloudgarden.com/jigloo/
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Thanks to you both of you; I will check them out and see if they fit my needs.

waffe
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