[jsword-devel] RCP prototype project added to incubator

Zhaojun Li(李召军) lzj369 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 22 14:06:23 MST 2007

HI, Philip.

Good work!

I am finalizing my rcp . I checked into svn at
xin.sourceforge.org(Because I did not have ant test classes defined ,
it seems I will never have time to do it now because my employer
demands me to work on c# from now on). Right now, it works fine.  It
mimics websword and has English and Chinese locales . I still have
several places need to be improved. Right now, it support preferences,
update sites. Included also a rssreader. I even added a tray

I am trying to decrease the total size of the app. So I tested you
work in my app, I noticed several places that can be improved:

1. It seems you are using eclipse 3.1. Since 3.3 is almost out, it
makes sense to upgrade to 3.2.1., the official release.(I am using
3.2.1, will upgrade to 33 once it comes out)
2. Vendor folder only contains the jar files with out a metainfo.  It
makes sense to include them to commons by adding the them to runtime
classpath and export the packages.
3. The jsword source code is not updated.

On 1/14/07, P. R. B. <dysbiote at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I added a RCP prototype application to the incubator. The application's
> current views function similar to the BibleDesktop frames (e.g. a view that
> lists the non-Bible books, one that displays the selected book's keys). I
> don't intend to duplicate BibleDesktop across the board, but what's there
> now will give us something to start with. For those who aren't interested in
> loading and running it just to see what it looks like (and there's not much
> to see at this point), I have a screen shot here (270kb):
> http://paristano.org/public/jsword/rcp_prototype.jpg
> The same steps used to set up the OSGi test application (sent out
> previously) apply to setting up this project as well.
> This may be a good time to discuss (again?) what perspectives and
> functionality we'd like to see in the final RCP application. I figure the
> prototype will serve as a sandbox for us in which to play with different
> options.
> Thanks,
> -Phillip
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