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Extending HTML or JSP editors with minimal coding [message #183323] Tue, 28 November 2006 04:16
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Originally posted by: gokuiuc.yahoo.com

Hello,

I want to ask how I could add custom attributes to the HTML or JSP editors,
so that I could use their content assist and syntax coloring abilities. I
would like to code in these attributes without creating a new editor. I want
to use the file types used by HTML or JSP editors, i.e. use .html, .jsp,
etc.. I know about StructuredTextViewerConfigurationHTML or
StructuredTextViewerConfigurationJSP classes, but I want to add minimal
code, and I am told that I have to access more internal packages. However,
some internal classes like "AttributeCollection" are declared final, which
makes it harder to overwrite them. I have read through related posts in the
newsgroup, but still, I would appreciate any help.

Thanks a lot!

Gokhan
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