PLEASE NOTE: The info on this page is a bit outdated, for latest instructions go to GitHub
The release are parted into the 4 development repositories or available as a single package. Each is available as ZIP or TAR/BZIP2 archive.
The naming scheme is the package type, dash, SWT version number the release is based on, dash, DWT version number.
For windows the dwt-win-importlibs.zip is needed.
For debugging on linux Jive can be used. Just import jive.stacktrace; and compile with debug info. On Linux-Ubuntu it needs the libbfd which is part of the binutils-dev package.
This release uses Tango 0.99.7 and DMD 1.033
|Linux DWT 3.4 1||.tar.bz2||.zip|
|Windows DWT 3.4 1||.tar.bz2||.zip|
|DWT Addons Package (JFace, UI.Forms)||.tar.bz2||.zip|
|DWT Samples (snippets, SWT examples, JFace examples)||.tar.bz2||.zip|
|DWT all the above in one package||.tar.bz2||.zip|
not yet released
- Update SWT 3.4.1
- DMD 1.035 and Tango 0.99.8
- Language File Support
- Collection imports like import dwt.all; or import dwt.std;
- JFace Text component
- SWT ports need an additional -J switch, pointing to the res directory