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example of the editor configuration extension point usage? [message #188922] Thu, 01 March 2007 21:05
Ric Wright is currently offline Ric WrightFriend
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I have a number of XML-based files I would like to edit that don't have
a normal "xml" extension (e.g. "opf"). I would like to extend the
standard XML editor from WTP to support:
- different extensions
- adding my own problems and markers (i.e. via IMarker)
- using my own DTDs and schemas.

It looks like the blessed approach is my setting the "editor
configuration" extension point of the SSE Structured Text Editor.
However, the documentation on how to do this, exactly, is vague at best.
If anyone knows of a clear example of how to use this extension
point, I would appreciate it if you could point it out to me.
Thanks in advance, Ric Wright
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