|Re: Xtext templates [message #1008354 is a reply to message #1008341]
||Tue, 12 February 2013 07:12
| Alexander Nittka
Registered: July 2009
the documentation says a bit more than this!
It is best practice to edit the templates in the preferences page, export them into the templates.xml-file and put this one into the templates folder of your UI-plug-in. However, these templates will not be visible by default. To fix it, you have to manually edit the xml-file and insert an id attribute for each template element. Note that the attribute name is case sensitive. As always in eclipse plug-in development, if the folder templates did not exist before, you have to add it to the bin.includes in your build.properties.
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