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How to track Key Stroke Events? [message #58459] Thu, 02 October 2003 03:00 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: notvalid.hotmail.com

I was wondering if it is a fairly straightforward process to keep track of
the keystrokes that are occuring in Eclipe's file editor view?

I want to be able to track what characters are being inserted/deleted to
pass over a connection, but I wasn't sure if it's something that will be
easy with Eclipse. Is there a specific API I should look at?


thanks for any help...
Re: How to track Key Stroke Events? [message #58470 is a reply to message #58459] Thu, 02 October 2003 06:48 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: daniel.megert.gmx.net

Walrus wrote:

>I was wondering if it is a fairly straightforward process to keep track of
>the keystrokes that are occuring in Eclipe's file editor view?
>
>I want to be able to track what characters are being inserted/deleted to
>pass over a connection, but I wasn't sure if it's something that will be
>easy with Eclipse. Is there a specific API I should look at?
>
>
You will find threads about this in the deprecated newsgroup
eclipse.tools or via Eclipse search page. Detecting what's being
inserted in the document is not that hard (see for example
IDocumentListener) while getting all key strokes is harder because the
key binding service might catch some of them before they reach the editor.

Dani

>
>thanks for any help...
>
>
>
>
Re: How to track Key Stroke Events? [message #595502 is a reply to message #58459] Thu, 02 October 2003 06:48 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: daniel.megert.gmx.net

Walrus wrote:

>I was wondering if it is a fairly straightforward process to keep track of
>the keystrokes that are occuring in Eclipe's file editor view?
>
>I want to be able to track what characters are being inserted/deleted to
>pass over a connection, but I wasn't sure if it's something that will be
>easy with Eclipse. Is there a specific API I should look at?
>
>
You will find threads about this in the deprecated newsgroup
eclipse.tools or via Eclipse search page. Detecting what's being
inserted in the document is not that hard (see for example
IDocumentListener) while getting all key strokes is harder because the
key binding service might catch some of them before they reach the editor.

Dani

>
>thanks for any help...
>
>
>
>
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