|Re: XSDParser Question :( [message #68791 is a reply to message #68771]
||Sun, 23 July 2006 12:35
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com|
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The source is packaged in the standard Eclipse way in the source plugin
that comes with our SDK zip download and can be accessed via CVS:
> Thanks so much for your suggestion :)
> But how can I get the source code of the "XSD Editor" and "WTP's XML Schema
> Editor" you mentioned ?
> Is it included in the CVS Repositoy of Eclipse ?
> Thanks again in advance :)
> "Ed Merks" <firstname.lastname@example.org> ???? news:email@example.com...
>> I would suggest looking at how the "XSD Editor" displays the tree
>> structure of a .xsd file in the outline view. WTP's XML Schema editor
>> displays the XSD model instances using GEF, so that's another thing that
>> might be useful. And finally, the GMF project lets you generate a
>> graphical editor from an Ecore model, so perhaps trying that with the
>> XSD model will generate something that's close to your needs.
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