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<release projectid="technology.windowbuilder" version="1.5"/>
<html:div><html:p><html:b>WindowBuilder</html:b> is a powerful and easy to use bi-directional Java GUI designer that makes it very
easy to create Java GUI applications without spending a lot of time writing code to display simple forms. With
you can create complicated windows in minutes. Use the visual designer and Java code will be generated for you. You can easily
add controls using drag-and-drop, add event handlers to your controls, change various properties of controls using a property editor,
internationalize your app and much more.</html:p>
<html:div><html:p>The WindowBuilder project delivers a bi-directional Java GUI designer that can be installed as a feature into an Eclipse IDE installation using an update site.</html:p></html:div>
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<milestone date="06/27/2012" milestone="1.5.0"><html:div>WB 1.5.0 should be released and included in the Juno simultaneous release</html:div></milestone>
<milestone date="09/28/2012" milestone="1.5.1"><html:div>WB 1.5.1 should be released and included in the Juno SR1 release</html:div></milestone>
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<html:div>WindowBuilder requires Java 6 and runs on Eclipse 3.5 and greater.</html:div>
<html:div><html:p>WindowBuilder is prepared to be translated. Translation relevant String constants are externalized into resource bundles.</html:p></html:div>
<html:div>Binary and source compatibility is expected with the previous release.</html:div>
<html:div>We have the following major themes for our Juno release:</html:div>
<theme name="Ensure that WindowBuilder works fine with Eclipse 4.2">
<description><html:p>As the Juno simultaneous release is going to be based on Eclipse 4.2, WindowBuilder needs to work properly when installed as a feature in an Eclipse 4.2 IDE.</html:p></description>
<theme name="Add support for e4 development">
<description><html:p>WindowBuilder needs to support creating and editing e4 ViewParts.</html:p></description>
<theme name="Community support">
<description><html:p>The WindowBuilder team needs to continue supporting users who wish to use WB to create their Swing and SWT user interfaces as well as developers wishing to use WB as a base for creating their own custom UI builders.</html:p></description>
<appendix name="Project Refactoring">