|How do you access Eclipse Documentation outside the c:\eclipse\plugins directory [message #85525]
||Mon, 30 June 2003 11:44
| Probir K Mukerjee
Registered: July 2009
I am trying to determine how I can access documentation outside the
plugins directory. My documentation is stored in a completely different
directory on my drive (c:\mydocumentation). How to I specify that
directory to Eclipse? How
do I make it look for the documentation plugin in a unique directory
outside of the plugins directory?
It seems like that when Eclipse help is run, it looks only in the
c:\eclipse\plugins directory. I want it to look in c:\mydocumentation. If
I place the mydocumentation directory under c:\eclipse\plugins, i.e.
c:\eclipse\plugins\mydocumentation and then if I run the eclipse help, it
finds the documentation and displays it. How do I make it look for it
elsewhere? Is there a properties file where that is specified?
Here is my example:
The Eclipse plugin directory is :
But my documentatioin is in
The c:\mydocumentation directory contains the plugin.xml and the toc.xml
file that defines the extension point.
What do I need to do, so that Eclipse can find my docmentation in the
c:\mydocumentation directory? How do I specify that directory?
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