Do you have any plans for making W4T available for non-windows platforms (Linux, MacOS X, …)?
We are planning to use a platform-independent browser plugin in one of the next releases. At the moment W4T Eclipse is only available for windows platforms. This is because the design and the preview mode of the editor are browser based and they are currently running with Internet Explorer. Since this is the mostly used browser in the world, it was our first aim to support IE. Back to Top Platform independence of W4T Eclipse The situation with Linux support in W4TEclipse is the following: We make extensive use of a web browser which must be tightly integrated with Eclipse. This is at the moment feasible in the Windows versions of Eclipse only (via the ActiveX integration in SWT). As of Eclipse 3.0, there will be a native browser widget contained in SWT that makes integration of a browser possible with reasonable effort under Linux (and probably Mac OS). We plan to make W4T Eclipse as platform-independent as that browser widget once we can assume that the Eclipse 3.0 API is stable. The