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ID: 17495, OpenTool Wizard Code Generator

by Brent Thompson Email: Anonymous


This is a code generator to create an opentool skeleton that you can customize for your own needs.
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For JBuilder, Version 5.0  to 6.0 722 downloads
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Updated on Sat, 02 Feb 2002 15:21:24 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sat, 02 Feb 2002 15:21:43 GMT
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Description
Installation and Usage: Copy the OTWizard.jar file to the /lib/ext directory. Start JBuilder. Create a new project. Select Open Tool Code Gen from the Wizards menu. Type in the package for your OpenTool. Type in the name for your OpenTool. Under the Wizard section, you select if you want your OpenTool to reside on the Gallery or the Wizard Menu. Type in the name you want to appear on the gallery or menu.
Next enter a letter for the hotkey.
The label you want the OpenTool to appear under. Leave blank if you don't want to use a label. Enter a description. Notes: This wizard will run in JBuilder5 and 6 pers,prof and enterprise. As an example: Create a new project Create a HelloWorld wizard that resides in File/New/Hello Gallery For package use com.hello Name, HelloWorld Select the Gallery Radio Button For the Gallery Name choose, My HelloWorld Wizard Hokey choose, H Label, Hello Description, This is a test You should now see 4 files in the project pane. classes.opentools which becomes part of the manifest HelloWorld.java HelloWorldPage.jave HelloWorldWizard.java Look at the code skeletons generated. You can now add whatever code you wish to create your wizard HelloWorldPage.java contains an empty jbinit statement. Here you put your swing components. You can compile this project as is and you will get a wizard with an empty page. To run just the skeleton to see how it works, add the OpenTool SDK library under required libraries. Rebuild the project. Select classes.opentools and right click the mouse. Select create OpenTool jar This will create a jar file in the working directory of your project. The jar file will be the same name as your project. Copy this jar file to the lib/ext directory of Jbuilder. Restart JBuilder. You should see the new wizard under File/New/Hello/My Hello Wizard with a default icon. Now you can use the skeleton code to create your own custom wizard. Things to do... Add functionality to create more than just gallery wizards. Have the Jar Maker generate jar files for all classes.opentools, not just the one generated by the OTWizard. Make the Jar Maker Utility more robust. Add an Icon chooser.

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