Bill Baxter dnewsgroup at
Tue May 13 01:43:50 PDT 2008

Frank Benoit wrote:
> Bill Baxter schrieb:
>> Trying to port to linux now.
>> There's a difference between 
>> dwt.widgets.Composite.Composite.showWidget on windows and linux DWT.
>> on Windows it's showWidget(bool), on Linux it's showWidget().
>> How do you hide (un-show) a widget with dwt-linux?
>> --bb
> In java the methods without protection attribute are package visible 
> only. In D they are public and making them "package" would make them 
> also non-virtual and this would change behaviour. I did not yet spend 
> time to establish those access restrictions in DWT.
> As a concequence, in DWT you can access methods that are not part of the 
> public API of SWT. "showWidget" is an example. Please use only methods 
> that are explicit "public", or use the javadoc
> Instead of showWidget, i think setVisible(bool) is doing what you want.

Ooh, setVisible!  That's what I want.  Thanks.


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