Is it possible to achieve --webkit-animation with eclipse?

Asked 1 months ago, Updated 1 months ago, 3 views

I was recommending learning with eclipse, but
The transition worked well, but
Animation did not work.

If you apply url to the browser, there will be no problem, but if possible, I would like to complete it with eclipse.
Is there something like a plug-in?

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2022-09-30 11:49

1 Answers

I was interested in it myself, so I looked it up, but in conclusion, it seems difficult to use Windows.

As an alternative, if you add a webkit browser to the editor that opens the html file (e.g.,) in the configuration, you can open it with a right click, which is less trouble than manual URL.

You can configure it from General>Editors>File Associations.

Eclipse Settings

To get off the subject, I was concerned that The Webkit browser running on Windows was not so new.
(If you are developing iOS/MacOS, it may behave differently from the latest ones?)

Learn more about Eclipse's internal browser change settings:

The web browser that runs inside Eclipse is called SWT Browser, but the rendering has been delegated to an external implementation (default to be delegated varies by OS [1]).
By the way, it was IE11 in my Windows 10 environment.

The -webkit-animation media query in the question statement seems to be a feature that only supports webkit browsers, so [2] should be assigned to a webkit browser.

The configuration itself is simple: simply add one line to eclipse.ini [3].

-Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.DefaultType=webkit

However, in addition to the above configuration, the following requirements must be met as a running environment [4].
It seems quite difficult to meet this requirement in Windows now (*I couldn't try it because I couldn't meet the requirements in my Windows environment).

  • Windows:
    • 32-bit SWT
    • Safari must be installed
    • For OSs older than XP+SP1, the path to the Apple Application Support installation must be prepended to Windows' "Path" environment variable before running eclipse. This installation will be in a location like "C:\Program Files\Safari\Apple Application Support" or "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application Support". If more than one of these directories are found then choose the one with "Safari" in its directory instance.
  • Linux:WebKitGTK 1.2.0 or newer must be in the library load path.Examples of Linux distros that meet this requirement by default include Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and Ubuntu 10.04.
  • OS X: No additional runtime requirements, the default render is WebKit-based.
  • 32-bit SWT
  • Safari must be installed
  • For OSs older than XP+SP1, the path to the Apple Application Support installation must be prepended to Windows' "Path" environment variable before running eclipse. This installation will be in a location like "C:\Program Files\Safari\Apple Application Support" or "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application Support". If more than one of these directories are found then choose the one with "Safari" in its directory instance.

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2022-09-30 11:49

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