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Refactoring support for XML files [message #213902] Thu, 15 May 2008 10:39
Gerrit  is currently offline Gerrit
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I would like to add refactoring support (rename and move files) for a
custom XML format which uses HTML-like href attributes. Matching href
attributes would have to be found and updated.

I'd also like to implement a reference search (i.e. "what links here").
For this, I am currently using the
org.eclipse.wst.xml.core.internal.provisional.document package, as the
standard Java DOM implementations don't provide an easy source location
lookup for XML nodes. Direct access seems to be discouraged though.

My question: Is there already some sort of refactoring support for HTML or
JSP links which I could reuse? If not, what would be the most
Eclipse-compliant way to implement this?

Regards,
Gerrit
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