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Project Explorer Tree in Eclipse 3.2 [message #181034] Tue, 21 November 2006 10:06 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: siddharth.star.gmail.com

Hi,

Since I am fairly new to developing functionalities on top of eclispe can
someone please help me with the following query?

I want to create an eclipse project wherein i want to cutomize the project
explorer corresponding to this project. In my project explorer, I want to
show nodes (hope this is what it is called in eclipse, basically this
refers to the children that appear on expanding a particular item of the
tree) which at some places refer to the file physically present and in
some case there should appear nodes which are virtual(have no mapping to
the filesystem). Can I do it using the Resource Navigator and if yes,
would it be a bid deal or fairly simple?

Thanks,
Siddharth

From what I could make out this can be done tweaking the tree viewer set
as Input to the Resource Navigator. Please validate if I am right or else
please suggest me a better approach.
Re: Project Explorer Tree in Eclipse 3.2 [message #181090 is a reply to message #181034] Tue, 21 November 2006 15:00 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: wayne.beaton._NOSPAM_eclipse.org

Siddharth wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Since I am fairly new to developing functionalities on top of eclispe
> can someone please help me with the following query?
>
> I want to create an eclipse project wherein i want to cutomize the
> project explorer corresponding to this project. In my project explorer,
> I want to show nodes (hope this is what it is called in eclipse,
> basically this refers to the children that appear on expanding a
> particular item of the tree) which at some places refer to the file
> physically present and in some case there should appear nodes which are
> virtual(have no mapping to the filesystem). Can I do it using the
> Resource Navigator and if yes, would it be a bid deal or fairly simple?
>
> Thanks,
> Siddharth
>
> From what I could make out this can be done tweaking the tree viewer
> set as Input to the Resource Navigator. Please validate if I am right or
> else please suggest me a better approach.
>
Hi Siddharth. I think you might be looking for the Common Navigator. Try
starting here:

http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Common_Navigator_Framework

HTH,

Wayne
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