|Displaying progress in Eclipse 4 [message #1228583]
||Tue, 07 January 2014 09:40
| Georg Fiechtner
Registered: January 2014
we are working on a larger application solely developed on basis of Eclipse 4.3.1.
Just recently, we came across the question about how we display progress in our application and how we handle asynchronous background processes wrapped as jobs and runnables (e.g. within wizards).
Now, I wonder if there will be something new in this regard in Eclipse Luna?
I am mainly referring to this post of Paul Webster: Eclipse Jobs API. Unfortunately, I could not find any information on the status of porting the progress view to pure e4. I would be willing to help out if required!
Also, this Eclipse Wikipedia entry suggests a few ideas of how to deal with jobs in e4. I think this is a good approach, as the current solution has its drawbacks which are well explained in the article. Is there something planned already for one of the coming Eclipse releases?
Thanks and have a good day,
|Re: Displaying progress in Eclipse 4 [message #1231706 is a reply to message #1231466]
||Wed, 15 January 2014 03:28
On 01/14/2014 07:54 PM, Georg Fiechtner wrote:|
> Seems like Lars Vogel would be the right person to talk to about this as
> he has been a mentor of a corresponding GSoC project.
There hasn't been any GSoC project related to an e4 progress view.
Generally speaking, communication at Eclipse happens in the public.
Either via bugs or (e4-dev) mailinglist.
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