|Re: EWL Wizards question [message #584031 is a reply to message #583937]
||Mon, 21 December 2009 20:43
| Louis Rose
Registered: July 2009
Location: York, United Kingdom
Bak Attila wrote on Thu, 17 December 2009 05:19|
> I have checked further. It seems that my ewl file is not valid so the parser is not able to read it.
> Is there a way to validate an ewl file? How can i find out where it is not correct?
Again, I'm very sorry for the delay in answering your question.
EWL files can be opened with the EWL editor, which marks syntax errors. (The outline view must be open for this to work).
Are you running Epsilon from SVN? If yes, you'll need to start a runtime instance of Eclipse to access the EWL editor and other development tools. Full instructions for running Epsilon from SVN are here:
The last section ("Running the Epsilon plugins") describes how to run the Epsilon plugins in a runtime Eclipse workbench.
I hope this helps, and again, I'm sorry for the delay.
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