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Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #472526] Wed, 16 April 2008 13:24 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com

Hi Jenny,

I'm adding the eclipse.platform.ua newsgroup to this thread.

That newsgroup includes a focus on the Eclipse help system, and folks
who hang out there might see ways to help you.

What do you mean by "tried to use the same href twice"? The hrefs in
your code snippet below look unique. Do you mean the same HTML file is
in two different toc.xml files?

I'm not sure that your displayHelpResource parameters are proper. Can
you describe what you expect to see displayed in the help system from
executing that command?

Best regards,
Lee Anne


Jenny wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I use the eclipse native help system and encountered a problem:
> i want to use a html page at two different places, but don't know how to
> do this.
>
> yet i tried to use the same href twice but the help don't show the right
> path and i tried link_toc but than he don't show the actual tree on the
> left; so neither one with satisfying success
>
> For Example:
>
> <toc label="gettingstarted" link_to="toc.xml#gettingstarted"> <topic
> label="maintopic" href="html/gettingstarted/maintopic.html"> </topic>
> <topic label="subtopic"> <link toc="tocreference.xml"/> </topic> </toc>
> <toc label="reference" link_to="toc.xml#reference"> <topic
> label="subtopic" href="html/reference/subtopic.html"> </topic> </toc>
>
> PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getHelpSystem().displayHelpResourc e( " toc=/HelpBook/tocgettingstarted.xml&topic=/HelpBook/html /reference/subtopic.html ");
>
> Can anybody help me?
>
>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #472527 is a reply to message #472526] Wed, 16 April 2008 14:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Lee Anne,

I try to explain it ;)

to keep my programm small and easy to update, I would like to avoid
duplicated html-help-pages and use linking instead. To do that, I put the
same href in two different toc files. If I do so, the help window shows
the right page and opens the tree(i know, its not really a tree but it
looks like a tree) at the right position, but the path on top of the html
page ist wrong.
Thats why I tried "link_to". With link_to the path is not right but it
would be okay, but it does not open the tree.
In a documentation I was reading, that displayHelpResource can hand
keywords like "key=value&amp;key=value" over.
Maybe I can tell the help system to search for the html page with this
unique toc and not just to open the first fitting html page.

I hope you can understand now what I mean and my problem...


Lee Anne wrote:

> Hi Jenny,

> I'm adding the eclipse.platform.ua newsgroup to this thread.

> That newsgroup includes a focus on the Eclipse help system, and folks
> who hang out there might see ways to help you.

> What do you mean by "tried to use the same href twice"? The hrefs in
> your code snippet below look unique. Do you mean the same HTML file is
> in two different toc.xml files?

> I'm not sure that your displayHelpResource parameters are proper. Can
> you describe what you expect to see displayed in the help system from
> executing that command?

> Best regards,
> Lee Anne


> Jenny wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I use the eclipse native help system and encountered a problem:
>> i want to use a html page at two different places, but don't know how to
>> do this.
>>
>> yet i tried to use the same href twice but the help don't show the right
>> path and i tried link_toc but than he don't show the actual tree on the
>> left; so neither one with satisfying success
>>
>> For Example:
>>
>> <toc label="gettingstarted" link_to="toc.xml#gettingstarted">
>> <topic label="maintopic" href="html/gettingstarted/maintopic.html">
>> </topic>
>> <topic label="subtopic"> <link toc="tocreference.xml"/>
>> </topic> </toc>
>>
>> <toc label="reference" link_to="toc.xml#reference">
>> <topic label="subtopic" href="html/reference/subtopic.html">
>> </topic> </toc>
>>
>>
PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getHelpSystem().displayHelpResourc e( " toc=/HelpBook/tocgettingstarted.xml&topic=/HelpBook/html /reference/subtopic.html ");
>>
>> Can anybody help me?
>>
>>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #473578 is a reply to message #472527] Fri, 18 April 2008 19:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com

Hi Jenny,

Thanks for explaining more. In this case that you described:
a. You put the same href in two different toc files.
b. The help window shows the right page and opens the tree at the right
position.
c. The HTML path that's in the top of the HTML is wrong.

Do you mean that the HTML path is not showing the right order of titles
for one of the hrefs, while it does show the right order for the other?

That HTML path is sometimes called a "bread crumb trail" or "bread
crumbs". It was added in 3.3 under this Bugzilla entry:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391

If you read comment #7 and comment #8 at that Bugzilla URL, you'll see
metioned "non-unique hrefs". That is the situation that you have: two
hrefs that are not unique.

In comment #8, it states that the Eclipse team recommends avoiding that
type of duplication in the table of contents, because it leads to this
problem with the bread crumbs and trying to fix it in the code seems to
be extremely difficult to do:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391#c8

Two suggestions to work around this situation are:
1. If you think your users won't care about the bread crumbs (HTML path)
in the help page, you can disable them. In Eclipse 3.4, there is a help
preference to disable them from appearing.

2. If you want to keep the bread crumb path, the suggestion in comment
#8 is to use the "include" capability of the help system, and have
something like a wrapper topic file for the second, unique, href, and
then include the text from the first topic file into the second file.

With suggestion 2, you'd have an extra HTML file for the second instance
of the topic, but you wouldn't have to duplicate all of the text. That
file would use the <include> mechanism to get the text from the first file.

Includes are described in this page of the Eclipse help system:
http://help.eclipse.org/stable/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_dynamic_includes.htm

Best regards,
Lee Anne

Jenny wrote:
>
> Hi Lee Anne,
>
> I try to explain it ;)
>
> to keep my programm small and easy to update, I would like to avoid
> duplicated html-help-pages and use linking instead. To do that, I put
> the same href in two different toc files. If I do so, the help window
> shows the right page and opens the tree(i know, its not really a tree
> but it looks like a tree) at the right position, but the path on top of
> the html page ist wrong.
> Thats why I tried "link_to". With link_to the path is not right but it
> would be okay, but it does not open the tree.
> In a documentation I was reading, that displayHelpResource can hand
> keywords like "key=value&amp;key=value" over.
> Maybe I can tell the help system to search for the html page with this
> unique toc and not just to open the first fitting html page.
>
> I hope you can understand now what I mean and my problem...
>
>
> Lee Anne wrote:
>
>> Hi Jenny,
>
>> I'm adding the eclipse.platform.ua newsgroup to this thread.
>
>> That newsgroup includes a focus on the Eclipse help system, and folks
>> who hang out there might see ways to help you.
>
>> What do you mean by "tried to use the same href twice"? The hrefs in
>> your code snippet below look unique. Do you mean the same HTML file is
>> in two different toc.xml files?
>
>> I'm not sure that your displayHelpResource parameters are proper. Can
>> you describe what you expect to see displayed in the help system from
>> executing that command?
>
>> Best regards,
>> Lee Anne
>
>
>> Jenny wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I use the eclipse native help system and encountered a problem:
>>> i want to use a html page at two different places, but don't know how
>>> to do this.
>>>
>>> yet i tried to use the same href twice but the help don't show the
>>> right path and i tried link_toc but than he don't show the actual
>>> tree on the left; so neither one with satisfying success
>>>
>>> For Example:
>>>
>>> <toc label="gettingstarted" link_to="toc.xml#gettingstarted"> <topic
>>> label="maintopic" href="html/gettingstarted/maintopic.html">
>>> </topic> <topic label="subtopic"> <link toc="tocreference.xml"/>
>>> </topic> </toc>
>>>
>>> <toc label="reference" link_to="toc.xml#reference"> <topic
>>> label="subtopic" href="html/reference/subtopic.html"> </topic> </toc>
>>>
>>>
> PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getHelpSystem().displayHelpResourc e( " toc=/HelpBook/tocgettingstarted.xml&topic=/HelpBook/html /reference/subtopic.html ");
>
>>>
>>> Can anybody help me?
>>>
>>>
>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #473579 is a reply to message #473578] Mon, 21 April 2008 06:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Lee Anne,

Thanks for all... u are my hero ;)
Your suggestion #2 sounds good. I try it

Jenny


Lee Anne wrote:

> Hi Jenny,

> Thanks for explaining more. In this case that you described:
> a. You put the same href in two different toc files.
> b. The help window shows the right page and opens the tree at the right
> position.
> c. The HTML path that's in the top of the HTML is wrong.

> Do you mean that the HTML path is not showing the right order of titles
> for one of the hrefs, while it does show the right order for the other?

> That HTML path is sometimes called a "bread crumb trail" or "bread
> crumbs". It was added in 3.3 under this Bugzilla entry:
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391

> If you read comment #7 and comment #8 at that Bugzilla URL, you'll see
> metioned "non-unique hrefs". That is the situation that you have: two
> hrefs that are not unique.

> In comment #8, it states that the Eclipse team recommends avoiding that
> type of duplication in the table of contents, because it leads to this
> problem with the bread crumbs and trying to fix it in the code seems to
> be extremely difficult to do:
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391#c8

> Two suggestions to work around this situation are:
> 1. If you think your users won't care about the bread crumbs (HTML path)
> in the help page, you can disable them. In Eclipse 3.4, there is a help
> preference to disable them from appearing.

> 2. If you want to keep the bread crumb path, the suggestion in comment
> #8 is to use the "include" capability of the help system, and have
> something like a wrapper topic file for the second, unique, href, and
> then include the text from the first topic file into the second file.

> With suggestion 2, you'd have an extra HTML file for the second instance
> of the topic, but you wouldn't have to duplicate all of the text. That
> file would use the <include> mechanism to get the text from the first file.

> Includes are described in this page of the Eclipse help system:
>
http://help.eclipse.org/stable/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_dynamic_includes.htm

> Best regards,
> Lee Anne
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #473582 is a reply to message #473579] Tue, 22 April 2008 15:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi again,

I try and try it and it don't work...
What I tried so far:
-I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
-one new includes.xhtml file with:
<p id="copy">
Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
</p>
-in another xhtml file:
<include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
-added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
-added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml

The help didn't make the include...
Did I forget something?
I use eclipse 3.3

Jenny



Jenny wrote:

> Hi Lee Anne,

> Thanks for all... u are my hero ;)
> Your suggestion #2 sounds good. I'll try it

> Jenny
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #473583 is a reply to message #473582] Wed, 23 April 2008 14:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I forget to add the right header...
It works now.

Jenny


Jenny wrote:

> Hi again,

> I try and try it and it don't work...
> What I tried so far:
> -I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
> -one new includes.xhtml file with:
> <p id="copy">
> Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
> </p>
> -in another xhtml file:
> <include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
> and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
> with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
> and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml

> The help didn't make the include...
> Did I forget something?
> I use eclipse 3.3

> Jenny
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #473584 is a reply to message #473583] Wed, 23 April 2008 16:29 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com

Yay!

Jenny, thanks for posting that it works for you now. I was just about to
do an experiment myself. Your message below saved me some time now. :-)

Lee Anne

Jenny wrote:
> I forget to add the right header...
> It works now.
>
> Jenny
>
>
> Jenny wrote:
>
>> Hi again,
>
>> I try and try it and it don't work...
>> What I tried so far:
>> -I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
>> -one new includes.xhtml file with:
>> <p id="copy">
>> Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
>> </p>
>> -in another xhtml file:
>> <include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
>> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
>> and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
>> with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
>> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
>> and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml
>
>> The help didn't make the include...
>> Did I forget something?
>> I use eclipse 3.3
>
>> Jenny
>
>
>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #611149 is a reply to message #472526] Wed, 16 April 2008 14:23 Go to previous message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Lee Anne,

I try to explain it ;)

to keep my programm small and easy to update, I would like to avoid
duplicated html-help-pages and use linking instead. To do that, I put the
same href in two different toc files. If I do so, the help window shows
the right page and opens the tree(i know, its not really a tree but it
looks like a tree) at the right position, but the path on top of the html
page ist wrong.
Thats why I tried "link_to". With link_to the path is not right but it
would be okay, but it does not open the tree.
In a documentation I was reading, that displayHelpResource can hand
keywords like "key=value&amp;key=value" over.
Maybe I can tell the help system to search for the html page with this
unique toc and not just to open the first fitting html page.

I hope you can understand now what I mean and my problem...


Lee Anne wrote:

> Hi Jenny,

> I'm adding the eclipse.platform.ua newsgroup to this thread.

> That newsgroup includes a focus on the Eclipse help system, and folks
> who hang out there might see ways to help you.

> What do you mean by "tried to use the same href twice"? The hrefs in
> your code snippet below look unique. Do you mean the same HTML file is
> in two different toc.xml files?

> I'm not sure that your displayHelpResource parameters are proper. Can
> you describe what you expect to see displayed in the help system from
> executing that command?

> Best regards,
> Lee Anne


> Jenny wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I use the eclipse native help system and encountered a problem:
>> i want to use a html page at two different places, but don't know how to
>> do this.
>>
>> yet i tried to use the same href twice but the help don't show the right
>> path and i tried link_toc but than he don't show the actual tree on the
>> left; so neither one with satisfying success
>>
>> For Example:
>>
>> <toc label="gettingstarted" link_to="toc.xml#gettingstarted">
>> <topic label="maintopic" href="html/gettingstarted/maintopic.html">
>> </topic>
>> <topic label="subtopic"> <link toc="tocreference.xml"/>
>> </topic> </toc>
>>
>> <toc label="reference" link_to="toc.xml#reference">
>> <topic label="subtopic" href="html/reference/subtopic.html">
>> </topic> </toc>
>>
>>
PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getHelpSystem().displayHelpResourc e( " toc=/HelpBook/tocgettingstarted.xml&topic=/HelpBook/html /reference/subtopic.html ");
>>
>> Can anybody help me?
>>
>>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #612003 is a reply to message #472527] Fri, 18 April 2008 19:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com

Hi Jenny,

Thanks for explaining more. In this case that you described:
a. You put the same href in two different toc files.
b. The help window shows the right page and opens the tree at the right
position.
c. The HTML path that's in the top of the HTML is wrong.

Do you mean that the HTML path is not showing the right order of titles
for one of the hrefs, while it does show the right order for the other?

That HTML path is sometimes called a "bread crumb trail" or "bread
crumbs". It was added in 3.3 under this Bugzilla entry:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391

If you read comment #7 and comment #8 at that Bugzilla URL, you'll see
metioned "non-unique hrefs". That is the situation that you have: two
hrefs that are not unique.

In comment #8, it states that the Eclipse team recommends avoiding that
type of duplication in the table of contents, because it leads to this
problem with the bread crumbs and trying to fix it in the code seems to
be extremely difficult to do:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391#c8

Two suggestions to work around this situation are:
1. If you think your users won't care about the bread crumbs (HTML path)
in the help page, you can disable them. In Eclipse 3.4, there is a help
preference to disable them from appearing.

2. If you want to keep the bread crumb path, the suggestion in comment
#8 is to use the "include" capability of the help system, and have
something like a wrapper topic file for the second, unique, href, and
then include the text from the first topic file into the second file.

With suggestion 2, you'd have an extra HTML file for the second instance
of the topic, but you wouldn't have to duplicate all of the text. That
file would use the <include> mechanism to get the text from the first file.

Includes are described in this page of the Eclipse help system:
http://help.eclipse.org/stable/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_dynamic_includes.htm

Best regards,
Lee Anne

Jenny wrote:
>
> Hi Lee Anne,
>
> I try to explain it ;)
>
> to keep my programm small and easy to update, I would like to avoid
> duplicated html-help-pages and use linking instead. To do that, I put
> the same href in two different toc files. If I do so, the help window
> shows the right page and opens the tree(i know, its not really a tree
> but it looks like a tree) at the right position, but the path on top of
> the html page ist wrong.
> Thats why I tried "link_to". With link_to the path is not right but it
> would be okay, but it does not open the tree.
> In a documentation I was reading, that displayHelpResource can hand
> keywords like "key=value&amp;key=value" over.
> Maybe I can tell the help system to search for the html page with this
> unique toc and not just to open the first fitting html page.
>
> I hope you can understand now what I mean and my problem...
>
>
> Lee Anne wrote:
>
>> Hi Jenny,
>
>> I'm adding the eclipse.platform.ua newsgroup to this thread.
>
>> That newsgroup includes a focus on the Eclipse help system, and folks
>> who hang out there might see ways to help you.
>
>> What do you mean by "tried to use the same href twice"? The hrefs in
>> your code snippet below look unique. Do you mean the same HTML file is
>> in two different toc.xml files?
>
>> I'm not sure that your displayHelpResource parameters are proper. Can
>> you describe what you expect to see displayed in the help system from
>> executing that command?
>
>> Best regards,
>> Lee Anne
>
>
>> Jenny wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I use the eclipse native help system and encountered a problem:
>>> i want to use a html page at two different places, but don't know how
>>> to do this.
>>>
>>> yet i tried to use the same href twice but the help don't show the
>>> right path and i tried link_toc but than he don't show the actual
>>> tree on the left; so neither one with satisfying success
>>>
>>> For Example:
>>>
>>> <toc label="gettingstarted" link_to="toc.xml#gettingstarted"> <topic
>>> label="maintopic" href="html/gettingstarted/maintopic.html">
>>> </topic> <topic label="subtopic"> <link toc="tocreference.xml"/>
>>> </topic> </toc>
>>>
>>> <toc label="reference" link_to="toc.xml#reference"> <topic
>>> label="subtopic" href="html/reference/subtopic.html"> </topic> </toc>
>>>
>>>
> PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getHelpSystem().displayHelpResourc e( " toc=/HelpBook/tocgettingstarted.xml&topic=/HelpBook/html /reference/subtopic.html ");
>
>>>
>>> Can anybody help me?
>>>
>>>
>
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #612004 is a reply to message #473578] Mon, 21 April 2008 06:17 Go to previous message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Lee Anne,

Thanks for all... u are my hero ;)
Your suggestion #2 sounds good. I try it

Jenny


Lee Anne wrote:

> Hi Jenny,

> Thanks for explaining more. In this case that you described:
> a. You put the same href in two different toc files.
> b. The help window shows the right page and opens the tree at the right
> position.
> c. The HTML path that's in the top of the HTML is wrong.

> Do you mean that the HTML path is not showing the right order of titles
> for one of the hrefs, while it does show the right order for the other?

> That HTML path is sometimes called a "bread crumb trail" or "bread
> crumbs". It was added in 3.3 under this Bugzilla entry:
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391

> If you read comment #7 and comment #8 at that Bugzilla URL, you'll see
> metioned "non-unique hrefs". That is the situation that you have: two
> hrefs that are not unique.

> In comment #8, it states that the Eclipse team recommends avoiding that
> type of duplication in the table of contents, because it leads to this
> problem with the bread crumbs and trying to fix it in the code seems to
> be extremely difficult to do:
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=166391#c8

> Two suggestions to work around this situation are:
> 1. If you think your users won't care about the bread crumbs (HTML path)
> in the help page, you can disable them. In Eclipse 3.4, there is a help
> preference to disable them from appearing.

> 2. If you want to keep the bread crumb path, the suggestion in comment
> #8 is to use the "include" capability of the help system, and have
> something like a wrapper topic file for the second, unique, href, and
> then include the text from the first topic file into the second file.

> With suggestion 2, you'd have an extra HTML file for the second instance
> of the topic, but you wouldn't have to duplicate all of the text. That
> file would use the <include> mechanism to get the text from the first file.

> Includes are described in this page of the Eclipse help system:
>
http://help.eclipse.org/stable/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse. platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_dynamic_includes.htm

> Best regards,
> Lee Anne
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #612010 is a reply to message #473579] Tue, 22 April 2008 15:28 Go to previous message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi again,

I try and try it and it don't work...
What I tried so far:
-I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
-one new includes.xhtml file with:
<p id="copy">
Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
</p>
-in another xhtml file:
<include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
-added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
-added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml

The help didn't make the include...
Did I forget something?
I use eclipse 3.3

Jenny



Jenny wrote:

> Hi Lee Anne,

> Thanks for all... u are my hero ;)
> Your suggestion #2 sounds good. I'll try it

> Jenny
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #612012 is a reply to message #473582] Wed, 23 April 2008 14:52 Go to previous message
Jenny is currently offline Jenny
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I forget to add the right header...
It works now.

Jenny


Jenny wrote:

> Hi again,

> I try and try it and it don't work...
> What I tried so far:
> -I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
> -one new includes.xhtml file with:
> <p id="copy">
> Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
> </p>
> -in another xhtml file:
> <include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
> and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
> with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
> and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml

> The help didn't make the include...
> Did I forget something?
> I use eclipse 3.3

> Jenny
Re: Need help with the eclipse standalone help [message #612016 is a reply to message #473583] Wed, 23 April 2008 16:29 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com

Yay!

Jenny, thanks for posting that it works for you now. I was just about to
do an experiment myself. Your message below saved me some time now. :-)

Lee Anne

Jenny wrote:
> I forget to add the right header...
> It works now.
>
> Jenny
>
>
> Jenny wrote:
>
>> Hi again,
>
>> I try and try it and it don't work...
>> What I tried so far:
>> -I changed my html pages to xhtml pages.
>> -one new includes.xhtml file with:
>> <p id="copy">
>> Copyright 2006 My Company. All rights reserved.
>> </p>
>> -in another xhtml file:
>> <include path="plugin/html/path/includes.xhtml/copy"/>
>> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.contentProducer
>> and bound org.eclipse.help.dynamic
>> with my own written producer: help.dynamicTopic
>> -added extension point org.eclipse.help.base.luceneSearchParticipants
>> and bound org.eclipse.help.base.xhtml
>
>> The help didn't make the include...
>> Did I forget something?
>> I use eclipse 3.3
>
>> Jenny
>
>
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