|Re: org.eclipse.jdt.ui.javaEditorTextHovers and eclipse 4.2 [message #922928 is a reply to message #922820]
||Tue, 25 September 2012 13:11
| Liudas Sodas
Registered: September 2012
Yes, get full eclipse sdk helped! |
This is odd, because mine eclipse version was for plugins developers.
Thomas Schindl wrote on Tue, 25 September 2012 07:14
the exsd which describes the extension point is not part of the source
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
Am 25.09.12 12:51, schrieb Liudas Sodas:
> 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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