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org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers and eclipse 4.2 [message #922798] Tue, 25 September 2012 10:51 Go to next message
Liudas Sodas is currently offline Liudas Sodas
Messages: 7
Registered: September 2012
Junior Member
Hi!
I found in forums and over the internet, that it is (or was) possible to use org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers as extension point, and with that get hover text event.
But seems that this function don't work in eclipse 4.2 anymore?
It was possible to add this extension point via "Extension Point Selection", but the description and schema is not found (maybe I'm missing some jars). I tried to search something similar or any tips on 4.2 version. But with any luck.

So this extension point still works with 4.2? Or I have to use other way/point/class? If so, which?

Thanks in advance!

Re: org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers and eclipse 4.2 [message #922820 is a reply to message #922798] Tue, 25 September 2012 11:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thomas Schindl is currently offline Thomas Schindl
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the exsd which describes the extension point is not part of the source
bundles.

Which Juno package did you downloaded? I'm not sure which packages also
hold the source for JDT-Source because I'm always download the pure
Eclipse SDK instead of bundled package like J2EE, ... and that one holds
the JDT-Source

Tom

Am 25.09.12 12:51, schrieb Liudas Sodas:
> Hi!
> I found in forums and over the internet, that it is (or was) possible to
> use org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers as extension point, and with
> that get hover text event. But seems that this function don't work in
> eclipse 4.2 anymore? It was possible to add this extension point via
> "Extension Point Selection", but the description and schema is not found
> (maybe I'm missing some jars). I tried to search something similar or
> any tips on 4.2 version. But with any luck.
>
> So this extension point still works with 4.2? Or I have to use other
> way/point/class? If so, which?
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
Re: org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers and eclipse 4.2 [message #922858 is a reply to message #922820] Tue, 25 September 2012 12:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Liudas Sodas is currently offline Liudas Sodas
Messages: 7
Registered: September 2012
Junior Member
Hi,
I have
Eclipse for RCP and RAP Developers
Version: Juno Release
Build id: 20120614-1722




I'll try with pure Eclipse sdk.

Thomas Schindl wrote on Tue, 25 September 2012 07:14
the exsd which describes the extension point is not part of the source
bundles.

Which Juno package did you downloaded? I'm not sure which packages also
hold the source for JDT-Source because I'm always download the pure
Eclipse SDK instead of bundled package like J2EE, ... and that one holds
the JDT-Source

Tom

>
Re: org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers and eclipse 4.2 [message #922928 is a reply to message #922820] Tue, 25 September 2012 13:11 Go to previous message
Liudas Sodas is currently offline Liudas Sodas
Messages: 7
Registered: September 2012
Junior Member
Yes, get full eclipse sdk helped!
This is odd, because mine eclipse version was for plugins developers.

Thanks Thomas!


Thomas Schindl wrote on Tue, 25 September 2012 07:14
the exsd which describes the extension point is not part of the source
bundles.

Which Juno package did you downloaded? I'm not sure which packages also
hold the source for JDT-Source because I'm always download the pure
Eclipse SDK instead of bundled package like J2EE, ... and that one holds
the JDT-Source

Tom

Am 25.09.12 12:51, schrieb Liudas Sodas:
> Hi!
> I found in forums and over the internet, that it is (or was) possible to
> use org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers as extension point, and with
> that get hover text event. But seems that this function don't work in
> eclipse 4.2 anymore? It was possible to add this extension point via
> "Extension Point Selection", but the description and schema is not found
> (maybe I'm missing some jars). I tried to search something similar or
> any tips on 4.2 version. But with any luck.
>
> So this extension point still works with 4.2? Or I have to use other
> way/point/class? If so, which?
>
> Thanks in advance!
>

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