draco doc wrote:This reply may be late but I'd like to suggest you look at Miglayout. It's very powerful and easy to use once you learned about the language.
I used to searched and tried lots of things for SwingBuilder because this is not a hot topic and there were not many detailed information available. I wrote my findings and experience about SwingBuilder and Miglayout in 3 articles. Here are the links in case you want to have a look.
Martin Vajsar wrote:
Bill Johnston wrote:To do this add the batch file to your jarfile. Then create a Process that runs the batchfile.
Is it actually possible? Batch file is interpreted by cmd.exe in Windows, and I didn't succeed trying to force cmd.exe run a bat file inside a zip.
(As Adrian mentioned, this still would not be a good idea in this case, I just got interested into running batch files from jars in general. Also, I assume "Windows" when I see "batch file", as other OSes usually call them "scripts".)
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Processes are too difficult for “beginning”, so I shall move this discussion.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Yes, you can exclude fields from serialisation with the transient keyword. But why would you want to/
Bill Johnston wrote: . . . My guess is that the OP wants to know if he could knock out certain members from being serialized by using transient, regardless of whether the data is sensitive.
And thank you for the citation.