compiling a SWT-gui with gcj on windows

Jörg Maisenbacher joerg@maisenbachers.de
Sun Aug 10 11:13:00 GMT 2003


Tom Tromey wrote:
>>>>>>"Jörg" == Jörg Maisenbacher <joerg@maisenbachers.de> writes:
> Jörg> gcj -c --resource=org/eclipse/swt/internal/SWTMessages.properties \
> Jörg>      -o SWTMessages.o org/eclipse/swt/internal/SWTMessages.properties
> 
> Jörg> java.util.MissingResourceException: Bundle org.eclipse.jface.messages
> Jörg> not found
> 
> Usually you run into problems here if you pass the wrong argument to
> --resource.
> 
> The argument to --resource is *not* a file name -- it is the name of
> the resource that will be looked for at runtime.  

And how do i know, which name is used at runtime? i looked at the 
Jface-sources, there is a call for
bundle=ResourceBundle.getBundle("org.eclipse.jface.messages");
it don't work if i do:
gcj --resource=org.eclipse.jface.messages (...)
gcj --resource=org.eclipse.jface.messages.properties (...)
gcj --resource=org/eclipse/jface/messages (...)
gcj --resource=org/eclipse/jface/messages.properties (...)
gcj --resource=messages (...)
gcj --resource=messages.properties (...)

what the hell am i doing wrong????

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Jörg Maisenbacher
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