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DLTK Multiple Language Initiative [message #1670021] Fri, 13 March 2015 03:45 Go to next message
Eriky Raggeoto Kashivagui is currently offline Eriky Raggeoto KashivaguiFriend
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Hello everybody, I am facing a problem that my users need to work with multiple languages into a single project. Searching for a solution into the Eclipse`s forum I've found that many DLTK adopters are having the same problem.

Therefore, I would like to discuss some ways to solve this problem. So, why don`t we try to make DLTK work with file extensions instead using a project nature ?
Re: DLTK Multiple Language Initiative [message #1672247 is a reply to message #1670021] Fri, 13 March 2015 23:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eriky Raggeoto Kashivagui is currently offline Eriky Raggeoto KashivaguiFriend
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For instance, I am working into a project nowadays and we created three natures. Two of them are tied to a languageToolkit and one isn't.
So, we just add the nature without languagetoolkit into the projects. Consequently, when DLTKLanguageManager tries to recover the nature's languageToolkit by the project it is not returned and then the LanguageManager tries to find the languageToolkit by the file extension.

This solution is not working for all the DLTK's features, some bits of code still needing some adjustments ( into DLTK ) for it search by the file extension, if the languageToolkit wasn't found passing the project.
Re: DLTK Multiple Language Initiative [message #1690712 is a reply to message #1672247] Mon, 30 March 2015 18:14 Go to previous message
Eriky Raggeoto Kashivagui is currently offline Eriky Raggeoto KashivaguiFriend
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