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icon5.gif  How to carry out workbench actions through plugin [message #1727182] Mon, 21 March 2016 05:33 Go to next message
Samurdhi Karunarathne is currently offline Samurdhi KarunarathneFriend
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I'm developing an IDE Remote for Eclipse where users can forward commands to Eclipse as HTTP requests through a web browser and controls Eclipse accordingly. For example if you type http://localhost/saveprjoject then the currently open project should be saved. I have already handled the requests. But how do I carry out the respective action? Say I want to save the currently open project when I receive this request? How do I do it through my plugin?
Re: How to carry out workbench actions through plugin [message #1727230 is a reply to message #1727182] Mon, 21 March 2016 13:07 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell BatemanFriend
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On 03/21/2016 05:34 AM, Samurdhi Karunarathne wrote:
> I'm developing an IDE Remote for Eclipse where users can forward
> commands to Eclipse as HTTP requests through a web browser and controls
> Eclipse accordingly. For example if you type
> http://localhost/saveprjoject then the currently open project should be
> saved. I have already handled the requests. But how do I carry out the
> respective action? Say I want to save the currently open project when I
> receive this request? How do I do it through my plugin?


I don't have an answer to your question. However, are you aware of
Eclipse Che?

https://eclipse.org/che/
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