|TextEditor and other goodies [message #877287]
||Sat, 26 May 2012 06:37
| Mauro Condarelli
Registered: September 2009
I'm a bit confused.
If I understand correctly TextEditor (and all other 3.x goodies under
org.eclipse.ui.*) are available only via the "compatibility layer".
Is this true?
I need a reasonably complete TextEditor (including, at least, Syntax
Highlight, Annotations and, possibly, hovers) does such a thing exist in
Is there any plan to provide it in a reasonably near future?
Or should I stick to e3.x?
Thanks for any comment
|Re: TextEditor and other goodies [message #880155 is a reply to message #880147]
||Fri, 01 June 2012 10:26
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
The Simple IDE experiment has an editor with Syntax hightlighting - you|
might want to take a look at it.
Am 01.06.12 16:19, schrieb Paul Webster:
> The Text editor infrastructure depends on the 3.x apis, so it only runs
> with the 4.2 Workbench (the whole thing).
> JFace Text contains the TextViewer, a viewer that wraps SWT StyledText.
> It's what is used to implement the TextEditor in eclipse. You might be
> able to get away with writing your own Eclipse4 text editor using
> TextViewer (SourceViewer is the JFace viewer that is used to implement
> the java editor).
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