|IJavaProject without Eclipse Environment [message #1059999]
||Wed, 22 May 2013 13:50
| Burak Emre Kabakcı
Registered: May 2013
I have an exported Eclipse Java Project in my server and I want to be able to compile the project and use proposals programmatically with JDT.|
I'm able to compile the project using BatchCompiler, however it runs on console and gives me PrintWriters instead of an array of problems and errors. Also I want to be able to use proposals in Eclipse and BatchCompiler didn't built for this purpose.
Therefore I tried to use ASTParser, it can be used with either char or ICompilationUnit. CompletionProposalCollector and org.eclipse.jdt.internal.compiler.Compiler.Compiler needs ICompilationUnit so I have to create an ICompilationUnit which only can be created by an IJavaProject (dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10773282/2012/eclipse_workspace.pdf) in order to be able to use these features.
It seems the only way to create IJavaProject is to use ResourcesPlugin.getWorkspace(), however it returns java.lang.IllegalStateException: Workspace is closed. on my computer and it seems the reason is that the program that I coded is not an Eclipse plug-in.
Is there any way to create IJavaProject without Eclipse environment?
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