|Re: API for validators [message #227545 is a reply to message #227544]
||Thu, 05 February 2009 18:05
| Nadeem Aboobaker
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for the reply.|
The good news is that I've found a provisional API that provides some of
the functionality I need (org.eclipse.wst.validation.ValidationFramework).
I'm still trying it out to see if it provides what's needed or not.
After my testing and seeing what works and doesn't, I'll definitely open a
bug request as you mentioned.
David Carver wrote:
> I recommend Openning a bug request for internal API to be made as Public
> API where needed.
> One thing in WTP we do not do is make enough items public API. In fact
> we technically should not be calling each others internal API between
> plugins. If we need functionality between our plugins, we should have
> public API. Internals should remain internal to the plugin.
> It's one of the reasons that the release train has a requirement for
> plugins on that train not to use internal API from other plugins.
> Nadeem wrote:
>> It appears there is no public API for manipulating the state of
>> validators on a project. For example, disabling the build/manual
>> setting or adding/removing filters.
>> Using the changing internal API's is not a good option, because it means
>> being tied to specific versions of WTP where that internal API has not
>> Another option is to use the Eclipse preferences to manipulate the
>> validation preferences directly. This is a better option, because the
>> persisted values in the preferences would need to maintain the same
>> structure between WTP releases.
>> Both options, using the internal API or the preferences directly, aren't
>> good options, but the preference option seems to be "less" bad. Does
>> anybody have any other ideas/suggestions?
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