And here's a new update of Virtual Treeview, provided by Joachim Marder. As usual, you can get your copy from the Soft Gems site and the Google Code download page for Virtual Treeview. Enjoy!
I have set up a new Google discussion group (mailing list) for discussions around Virtual Treeview's development. This group is not for support questions but focuses on the further development of Virtual Treeview. However, everybody interested in VT's forthcoming is invited to join.
Years ago I was working on a project that required XML files to specify a graphical user interface (GUI) based on SWT and Eclipse, written in Java. Comming from the Windows world and being familiar with resource files I thought it would be a cool idea to use those resource files (*.rc) to generate the GUI dialogs. This would allow reusing already designed dialogs to save some time. For this task I needed a parser that was able to recognize the content of resource files.
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