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working with and/or extending the default java editor [message #7503] Mon, 28 April 2003 16:57 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: rpenner.cs.usask.ca

Is it possible to hook into the default java editor. I.e., I would like to
put listeners on my default java editor so that I can be notified when any
action is occuring in the editor. Specifically I want to know when editing
is going on and then I would like to be able to tell which method that the
editing is happening to.

Naturally, we'd prefer to avoid rebuilding the Java support that you've put
in, so if we could extend yours, that'd be good. I have not noticed any
public api for the jdt-dev stuff. Could anyone help me out with this.

Thanks in advance, ............. Reagan Penner
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