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Problems View not working properly [message #30184] Mon, 18 August 2008 10:47 Go to next message
suprit  is currently offline suprit
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,
We have developed an IDE using Eclipse-3.4 and DLTK 0.95R for our domain
specific language. Now we moved our plugins to new stable version of dltk
i.e "dltk-sdk-S-1.0M1-200808150915-incubation" (all in one SDK).

If we run our plugins as an eclipse application it is working fine i.e it
is reporting and showing syntax errors in problems view after saving
script.

Now, if we run our plugins as a product (which is feature based) it does
not shows any syntax errors in problems view after saving script.

Could you please help us to solve/debug this problem ? We are not able to
debug it since our code base is same in both cases.

Please Help.

Regards
Suprit
Re: Problems View not working properly [message #30222 is a reply to message #30184] Mon, 18 August 2008 12:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alex Panchenko is currently offline Alex Panchenko
Messages: 342
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Suprit,

In 1.0 problems are created via org.eclipse.dltk.validators.core plugin
when building the project (automatically or manually).

Please check that you have the mentioned plugin installed and "Main Menu
- Project - Build Automatically" option is on.

Regards,
Alex


Suprit wrote:
> Hi,
> We have developed an IDE using Eclipse-3.4 and DLTK 0.95R for our domain
> specific language. Now we moved our plugins to new stable version of
> dltk i.e "dltk-sdk-S-1.0M1-200808150915-incubation" (all in one SDK).
>
> If we run our plugins as an eclipse application it is working fine i.e
> it is reporting and showing syntax errors in problems view after saving
> script.
>
> Now, if we run our plugins as a product (which is feature based) it does
> not shows any syntax errors in problems view after saving script.
>
> Could you please help us to solve/debug this problem ? We are not able
> to debug it since our code base is same in both cases.
>
> Please Help.
>
> Regards Suprit
>
Re: Problems View not working properly [message #30294 is a reply to message #30222] Tue, 19 August 2008 08:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
suprit  is currently offline suprit
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Alex,
Thanks a lot for your guidance. We have added an extension
"org.eclipse.dltk.validators.core.validator" and it worked.

I have observed that in Ruby IDE's Editor preference page,there is an
option called "Report problems as you type", but i could not understand
the functionality of the same.

What we want is that the problems/syntax errors be reported in the
problems view as and when the user types the script. We tried by checking
the "Report problems as you type" preference option in Ruby IDE, but it
did not behave as i mentioned.

Can you please guide me?

Thanks,
Suprit
Re: Problems View not working properly [message #30330 is a reply to message #30294] Tue, 19 August 2008 10:26 Go to previous message
Alex Panchenko is currently offline Alex Panchenko
Messages: 342
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Suprit,

"Report problems as you type" option controls highlighting of the
temporary errors in the editor until file is saved. Temporary errors are
highlighting using annotations only - markers are created only for the
saved code.

Unfortunately this option does not work in the language specific
preferences, so I have moved it to the general "Dynamic Languages"
preference page and it works now. Please use the next build (it will be
available later today).

Thanks for reporting this.

Regards,
Alex


Suprit wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> Thanks a lot for your guidance. We have added an extension
> "org.eclipse.dltk.validators.core.validator" and it worked.
>
> I have observed that in Ruby IDE's Editor preference page,there is an
> option called "Report problems as you type", but i could not understand
> the functionality of the same.
> What we want is that the problems/syntax errors be reported in the
> problems view as and when the user types the script. We tried by
> checking the "Report problems as you type" preference option in Ruby
> IDE, but it did not behave as i mentioned.
>
> Can you please guide me?
>
> Thanks,
> Suprit
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