|Cheatsheet help: What is the contextId syntax? [message #269737]
||Wed, 01 September 2004 17:19
| Frank Parrott
Registered: July 2009
I'm creating a cheatsheet, where I would like to use the 'contextId' to
popup some help.
I don't know what a 'contextId' should look like. I've reference Platform
Plug-in Developer Guide and looked at the other cheatsheets for examples,
but haven't found any that are using this.
Any examples, pointers on how to use the 'contextId' with cheatsheets is
|Re: Cheatsheet help: What is the contextId syntax? [message #270688 is a reply to message #269737]
||Wed, 08 September 2004 16:02
Originally posted by: lparsons_no_spamie.ibm.com|
"Frank Parrott" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in news:ch5e75$1bk$1
There are examples of this in the Pattern cheat sheet in the test
1. Connect to the Eclipse CVS repository using the steps here:
2. Check Out the org.eclipse.ui.tests.cheatsheets project
3. In the plugin.xml the following is defined to step up the contexts
4. In the plugin.xml the following cheatsheet is defined:
name="Testing Infopop and Help Links"
This cheat sheet has items to test the framework
5. Look at the Infopop/Help test cheat sheet found here:
6. The following defines an item that shows infopop when the help button
title="Display the gathered data and additional parameters"
Try the help link, you should see an infopop with some sample text.
7. The following defines an item that shows a help topic in the help
system when the help button is pressed:
title="Test help link"
Try the help link, you should see the concepts for the help system.
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