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Extending the VTP, adding custom VXML tags [message #575129] Mon, 21 August 2006 22:01
Stan Rivera is currently offline Stan RiveraFriend
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Registered: July 2009
I am new to eclipse and delving into the plug-in development. I am hoping
to be able to add "custom" VXML tags. This would affect the design and
source tabs of the editor as well as the outline view. For example,
currently, if you are editing VXML under the design tab, you can
right-click and see all the valid tags (children) that can be added to the
current tag. Once a tag is selected, for example, "form", the source view
then shows "<form></form>" and the same for other tags. I am wanting to
add a custom tag, for example, "<newobject>", as opposed to the existing
"<object>", which would only give me "<object></object> in the source tab
of the editor. So first, I would have to show (add) this new tag in the
existing list in the design tab of the editor. But, once selected, I
would want to show something like:
<newobject src="someclass">
<param ...>
<param ...>
<possiblytags ...>
<etc ...>

My problem is, I'm not even sure where to start. I have been reading the
PDE documentation and Platform PDE documentation and realize I may either
do a Fragment or some type of extension. However, I am having a very
difficult time trying to find the extension point or how to update the
existing class to be able to handle my custom object tags. Any clues
would be appreciated, hope this makes sense.

Stan Rivera
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