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SwingX is the UI component library developed by Sun's SwingLabs. Many of= the components used and developed in the "Filthy Rich Clients" a= nd "Extreme GUI Makeover" presentations first make their mark in = SwingLabs before making it to core Java. SwingX adds a lot of convenience f= eatures that originally one would have to make himself, such as TaskPanes, = enhanced core components, glossy components, etc.
Yes... The SwingXBuilder subclasses the classic SwingBuilder so generall= y speaking you can just switch the declaration and everything SHOULD work. = Please let me know if something from core is broken in SwingXBuilder. Any c= omponent that exists in both defaults to the SwingX version but can be acce= ssed by adding the classicSwing property and setting its value to true.
Source is at https://github.com/griffon/swingxbuilde= r
SwingXBuilder uses Gradle as its build tool.
Drop swingxbuilder-0.4 into $GROOVY_HOME/lib along with its dependencies=
Groovy 1.8.8 is the required minimum version to run SwingXBuilder 0.3
Previous versions of SwingXBuilder will run with earlier versions of Gr= oovy, it is recommended that you upgrade to the 1.8.x series in order to ta= ke advantage of
SwingxBuilder 0.2 has the following compatibility changes
SwingxBuilder 0.1.7 has the following compatibility changes
ompatibile with Groovy 1.1-beta-3)
swingxbuilder-0.1.2.jar (compatibile with Groovy 1.1-rc-1)
swingxbuilder-0.1.3.jar (= ships with Groovy 1.1-rc-2 windows installer)
swingxbuilder-0.1.5.jar (ships with Groovy 1.5 wind= ows installer)
swingxbuilder-0.1.6.jar (ships with Groovy Windows installer)
0.1.1 is compiled against the SwingLabs 16 Sep 2007 build a Make sure those jars are=
on your path, including the ones in the lib directory.
0.1.2 and 0.= 1.3 are using SwingX 0.9 = release build.
0.1.5 uses the SwingX 0.9.1 release build, and ships with the Wi= ndows installer for Groovy 1.5.0.
0.1.6 uses the SwingX 0.9.5 release build.
0.1.7= uses SwingX 1.6.1
0.2 uses SwingX 1.6.3 and Groovy 1.8.6
0.3 use= s SwingX 1.6.4 and Groovy 1.8.8