|Re: e4 how to contribute to the workbench main menu and toolbar. [message #1108003 is a reply to message #1107635]
||Fri, 13 September 2013 07:38
| Christophe Bouhier
Registered: July 2009
On 12-09-13 20:13, Eric Moffatt wrote:|
> If you're using the compatibility layer you are most likely best off to use
> the existing extension points; 'org.eclipse.ui.menus' &
Thanks Eric, I managed to get the programmatically contributed actions
with the compat layer. (See my previous email on this).
> While we are working towards a better 'mix in' story where you could
Can you elaborate, is there a bug number?
I also read here and there people copying the legacyIDE.e4xml and
contributing to it, is this also a real option or pehaps a bit of a hack?
BTW, I bundled in the live editor and something surprised me. The e4 UI
model contains many definitions (Binding Context, Commands) for bundles
which aren't part of my app. Is the model static or partly static?
I read the model was dynamically build based on plugin.xml contributions
(For loaded plugins).
Now this makes me think of something else, what is the relation between
bundle lifecycle (Active, Loaded etc..) and the state of the UI model
for the compat layer? Will a lazy loaded bundled also be weaved into the
Sorry for the many questions..
> via model fragments / processors we're not quite there yet.
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