|Re: Questions about wizards [message #519502 is a reply to message #518298]
||Tue, 09 March 2010 03:45
I think the easiest it to use the Google Tools to create your Android
project and then write a plugin to create the additional files in your
projects. This can also be a wizard.
You find an example for creating a plugin which creates a file in an
existing project here:
http://www.vogella.de/ - Eclipse plugin and Eclipse RCP Tutorials
http://www.twitter.com/vogella - vogella on Twitter
On 03.03.2010 09:17, José wrote:
> I'm new in this world of developing things for eclipse but I have some
> questions about it. I have done a wizard. And when I do the perform
> finish I create all the files like the user said in my wizard; but in
> the end, I would like to open a project using those file I have
> generated. There are from a android project so I would like to open that
> project like it would be a Android project, how can I do it?.
> Apart of that, I want to include the Android project base in my wizard's
> project, to do the copy of that wizard to the workspace folder. I know
> how to identify the workspace folder of a eclipse, but I don't know how
> to know the fully path of a folder that is inside of my wizard
> plug-in...there is any way to know it?.
> For the moment that's all, I don't know if it's here where I should ask
> it... I'm sorry if I'm wrong.
> Thank you!
|Re: Questions about wizards [message #519701 is a reply to message #518298]
||Tue, 09 March 2010 17:26
Registered: March 2010
Thank you so much!, very interesting...|
I have already done a wizard that generates the files... the problems is that now..I have all the project (android one) done...but I want to let it open for the user like a android project.....it's similar like do the import action but by code....
Which way to do this? open the project when the wizard is finished (on perform finish I suppose).
Edit: and then.. I should know how to ask if the Android plug-in is already installed...because if it's not...I must show an error, how can I know it? :S
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