|Re: Support for PropertySheetPage in EMF.Edit.UI [message #1245869 is a reply to message #1245267]
||Fri, 14 February 2014 11:30
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
I know Torsten has been working on a form api in a side branch but this
work got stalled a bit.
The org.eclipse.fx.emf.edit.ui-bundle holds adapters to setup JavaFX
(Table/Tree/List/TreeTable)View instances including inline editing.
There is no plan to implement something like the Eclipse-Platform
Propertysheet system currently which is bound to compat layer as of now
I can certainly see the need for something like this, you can always
file a bug report but without you driving it I doubt we can get
something in for 1.0.0 (at least not in my opensource time).
On 13.02.14 15:51, Uwe San wrote:
> I'm trying to connect a bunch of simple TextField controls to attributes
> of an EMF model. The EMFEditFXProperties.value() method is a quick way
> to create a binding between JavaFX and EMF (inc. undo/redo support).
> But some features are missing in this simple approach, namely support
> for live validation, decoration, and setting values (using a SetCommand)
> on "focus lost" instead of "key typed". These features are implemented
> in the SWT Edit.UI bundles (DiagnosticDecorator,
> ExtendedPropertySheetPage, etc).
> Ideally, I would need an equivalent to the ExtendedPropertySheetPage for
> JavaFX instead of my simple TextFields. Is something like this on the
> agenda for the Edit.UI bundle in e(fx)clipse?
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