So much fuzz I thought JDIC will going to solve my desktop integration problems. I ended up, still, using SWT, "The one code to bind them all". From System Tray to GUI application itself, everything was bolted together that looks so natural in their host operating environment. And launching my SWT app like a native Windows application was made easy by Marner Java Launcher, which I would say more flexible than JSmooth. Marner Java Launcher respects my folder structure by providing a launcher.cfg file to specify my JVM arguments.

Most likely, Swing is going to suck even more these days.


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