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Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open

 
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In setting up a simple AWT app in Eclipse, I am following directions in one of the tutoials that comes with Eclipse to import the swt project (swt-3.1-win32-win32-x86.zip). When I try to do this, I get an error that says :
Problems were encountered during import:
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.
Resource /org.eclipse.swt is not open.

If I try instead to use my build path to get to swt.jar, I get
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no swt-win32-3138 in java.library.path
 
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