SWT JOGL Download Instructions
The current stable version is N/A
There are two ways to fetch the contents of the code repository. You can take the last release using an FTP or HTTP download, or you can keep current with the latest unstable development work through SVN. Once you have downloaded the code, please wander over to the installation page for more information about the required 3rd-party libraries and environment setup.
Please see the SVN Page for more information on how to access the code using SVN. The SVN tag for each version is straight forward and derived from the version number. It is formatted using the following syntax:
A version number of 0.5 thus translates to a tag of
Note: Due to the untimely death of our 32bit Linux dev box, we don't have a release of that for 0.7.0 currently. We'll get one to you ASAP. Sorry about that.
If you are working with the source and compiling it yourself, then you can either use the build system that we provide, or any other build tool. We use unix Make to control the compilation process. If you need help setting this up, please see the Environment Setup Page. Please be aware that we do this for a good reason. At any one time, the codebase contains classes that are not complete, or do not compile. We control whether these classes get built or not with the make environment. If you use an indescriminate tool such as Ant or JBuilder, then you are on your own. Yes, we know about the classes that don't compile, so please don't tell us about this again.
FTPFTP downloads are available from ftp://ftp.j3d.org/pub/swt_opengl/. Please note that this is a still development release and we are working to complete the initial feature set.
We have a reasonably solid implementation of the SWT bindings running as an Eclipse plugin. You are required to have a version of Eclipse later that 3.2M5 in order for this to work. The precompiled JAR files available above (version 0.5 and later) are already preconfigured to run as a plugin. Just unzip the file into the plugins directory and you're ready to go.If you would like to work with a scene graph rather than OpenGL, we can also offer the Aviatrix3D project. It has native SWT capabilities as well as functioning as an Eclipse plugin.
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