|Re: Extending swt-shell in another plugin [message #909809 is a reply to message #909793]
||Fri, 07 September 2012 20:56
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
No extension points at your own code is fine. What is replaced in e4 are|
the many many extension points we had in e3 (views, menus, commands, ...).
There's nothing wrong we creating them for your own extension story.
Am 07.09.12 22:07, schrieb Markus Oley:
> Hi Sopot,
> thanks for your answer, I'll try it to ask in a more concrete way:
> I have one plugin A, were I have a shell to edit users. I have another
> plugin B, which should add a functionality to this user-shell, in this
> case a button were I can jump to another shell, were I can edit
> preferences of the currently selected user. This second shell is part of
> plugin B, but should not be coupled to plugin A.
> I want the button only to be shown, when plugin B is installed otherwise
> the button should be not visible.
> How do I implement this scenario with E4?
> In E3.x I would have defined an extension point in plugin A for example.
> In plugin B I would implement this extension point. But I think in e4
> extension points shall be replaced by the model and so my question is:
> Is there any technique in application model which can replace the
> extension points in this case?
> Best regards Markus
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