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From Michael Allman <...@allman.ms>
Subject Re: DesktopApplicationContext.main()
Date Sun, 08 Aug 2010 05:24:26 GMT
I use it to launch my Pivot app so I'd rather it stay, but I can't say I'd 
be upset to see it go.  BTW, what is the preferred or suggested way for 
running a Pivot app?

Also, if it does "go" I think marking it @deprecated first with a pointer 
to the alternative would be the smoothest way.  Subsequently, the method 
would be removed altogether.


On Thu, 29 Jul 2010, Greg Brown wrote:

> Hi all,
> Given that we now have a plugin that makes it easy to launch Pivot 
> applications within Eclipse via a context menu, I'm wondering if we 
> still need the DesktopApplicationContext.main(Class<? extends 
> Application>, String[]) method. As I recall, the primary reason this 
> method was created was to support this use case. It was a great 
> suggestion (care of Noel) and it has worked quite well - I'm just 
> wondering if it is worth preserving in Pivot 2.0.
> Let me know what you think.
> Greg

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