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Eclipse Rich Client Platform: Designing, Coding, and Packaging Java™ Applications by Jean-Michel Lemieux, Jeff McAffer

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Chapter 9. Packaging Hyperbola

Even though Hyperbola is fully branded, you still can’t send it to your friends because it lives in your workspace. The good news is that you have a branded product configuration. In this chapter, we show you how to package that configuration and export it in various forms. The goal is to take Hyperbola from a laboratory prototype to a complete and ready-to-install Eclipse application. By the end of this chapter, you will be able to impress your mother with the application you’ve written.[1] This chapter also covers:

  • the different shapes that RCP products can have

  • exporting Hyperbola and running it outside the workspace

  • exporting Hyperbola for other platforms

  • moving Hyperbola out of the laboratory and into the real world ...

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