|Process for adding custom language validation for Eclipse 3.x RCP? [message #923552]
||Tue, 25 September 2012 22:03
| Jim Klo
Registered: September 2012
I've got basically a custom DSL editor and visualizer thats built Eclipse 3 RCP project.
I've been asked to add error annotations into the source editor. I've kind of pieced together various pieces, but It's unclear to me on how to put what I've learned all together.
I've learned that i need to add an AnnotationPainter into the SourceViewer to get the annotations to display as I've pieced together in this example here: gist.github.com/4d6a8e338ee4bba1561e (also linked attached to post).
Now where I'm totally lost is where do listen to document updates to pass to my DSL parser to determine syntax errors and such? I've seen references to reconcileValidator extension points - but that doesn't seem to be available in RCP 3 - and not sure if SourceViewerConfiguration.getPresentationReconciler is the right place either.
If it's getPresentationReconciler, do I implement a IPresentationDamager, IPresentationRepairer or both (like DefaultDamagerRepairer)?
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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