On 8/5/2011 9:29 AM, MarcoGT wrote:
> inside default proposals for content assist there are links to other
> classes, for example.
> I have extended content assist of default XML editor...but how I can
> insert a link to a website using "http://..."?
Content Assist is only inserting the text using its proposals, so
there's no reason you can't propose something that looks like a URL.
What you're seeing as hyperlinks are generated dynamically through
contributions to a separate extension point, although I'd be surprised
if you somehow weren't getting the detector that recognizes URLs.
My error...I do not want put a link inside the content assist proposal but inside the description box that appears when you highlight a proposal. I mean the "yellow" box containing additional information on that proposal.
On 8/5/2011 1:14 PM, MarcoGT wrote:
> My error...I do not want put a link inside the content assist proposal
> but inside the description box that appears when you highlight a
> proposal. I mean the "yellow" box containing additional information on
> that proposal.
In that case you'll want to make note of which widget is used to display
that information, and see whether there's a way to place linkable text
within it. It might be as simple as marking up the link as you would in
Eclipse WTP Source Editing and JSDT