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open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #383951] Sat, 08 November 2003 15:24 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ndp.e2one.com

Hi, all,
I concentrated on SWT technique about 2 years.Half a year ago,I was looking
for a SWT HtmlEditor, after severals weeks searching on web, I disappointed.
I knew eclipse.org has a plan to create html viewer, and myeclipse company
has a business editor for HTML. Both are not I wanted: Editor and
Opensource!

I decided to develop myself since June this year, after 1.5 months, it has a
prototype: it's support parse HTML like XML SAX API(I didn't adopt
HtmlParser API in sourceforge), and display some basis elements like <B>,
<Font>,<P> ,<strong> and so on(as my design, it can extend other element
very easily), input words, delete words or block text etc.
But,unfortunately, I had no time to continue in August, I have to work for
my life:), and my current job is extremely busy! At that time, I prepared to
put my source to sourceforge, but, poor lucky, sf website is blocked by our
government:(, until tonight.

I am applying a project and waiting the approval of sourceforge admin team.
I will upload them to CVS once my project is approved. If I have enough
time, I can clean up my source before upload, it has a little chaos:).

I want to know if some guys are interested in this widget, and will be glad
to continue it.

I will declare my project name later.

BTW, if anyone know a free SWT Htmleditor is already exists, pls notice me!

Best regards,

Steve Ni
Re: open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #384316 is a reply to message #383951] Mon, 10 November 2003 09:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: bob.objfac.com

Hi Steve,

I assume you mean a WYSIWYG HTML editor. I don't know of any such open
source editor for Eclipse.

Bob Foster

"SteveNi" <ndp@e2one.com> wrote in message news:boj1pn$97c$1@eclipse.org...
> Hi, all,
> I concentrated on SWT technique about 2 years.Half a year ago,I was
looking
> for a SWT HtmlEditor, after severals weeks searching on web, I
disappointed.
> I knew eclipse.org has a plan to create html viewer, and myeclipse company
> has a business editor for HTML. Both are not I wanted: Editor and
> Opensource!
>
> I decided to develop myself since June this year, after 1.5 months, it has
a
> prototype: it's support parse HTML like XML SAX API(I didn't adopt
> HtmlParser API in sourceforge), and display some basis elements like <B>,
> <Font>,<P> ,<strong> and so on(as my design, it can extend other element
> very easily), input words, delete words or block text etc.
> But,unfortunately, I had no time to continue in August, I have to work for
> my life:), and my current job is extremely busy! At that time, I prepared
to
> put my source to sourceforge, but, poor lucky, sf website is blocked by
our
> government:(, until tonight.
>
> I am applying a project and waiting the approval of sourceforge admin
team.
> I will upload them to CVS once my project is approved. If I have enough
> time, I can clean up my source before upload, it has a little chaos:).
>
> I want to know if some guys are interested in this widget, and will be
glad
> to continue it.
>
> I will declare my project name later.
>
> BTW, if anyone know a free SWT Htmleditor is already exists, pls notice
me!
>
> Best regards,
>
> Steve Ni
>
>
Re: open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #384322 is a reply to message #384316] Mon, 10 November 2003 12:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ndp.e2one.com

Sure, it's WYSIWYG Html editor.

"Bob Foster" <bob@objfac.com> д
Re: open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #384707 is a reply to message #384322] Tue, 11 November 2003 02:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
kite is currently offline kiteFriend
Messages: 34
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi ,

Do you have put into sourceforge.net? If you have trouble to access
sourceforge.net , you can try http://www.tigris.org/ or java.net.

Regards.

SteveNi wrote:

> Sure, it's WYSIWYG Html editor.

> "Bob Foster" <bob@objfac.com> ÐŽÈëÏûÏ¢ news:bonko1$445$1@eclipse.org...
> > Hi Steve,
> >
> > I assume you mean a WYSIWYG HTML editor. I don't know of any such open
> > source editor for Eclipse.
> >
> > Bob Foster
> >
> > "SteveNi" <ndp@e2one.com> wrote in message
> news:boj1pn$97c$1@eclipse.org...
> > > Hi, all,
> > > I concentrated on SWT technique about 2 years.Half a year ago,I was
> > looking
> > > for a SWT HtmlEditor, after severals weeks searching on web, I
> > disappointed.
> > > I knew eclipse.org has a plan to create html viewer, and myeclipse
> company
> > > has a business editor for HTML. Both are not I wanted: Editor and
> > > Opensource!
> > >
> > > I decided to develop myself since June this year, after 1.5 months, it
> has
> > a
> > > prototype: it's support parse HTML like XML SAX API(I didn't adopt
> > > HtmlParser API in sourceforge), and display some basis elements like
> <B>,
> > > <Font>,<P> ,<strong> and so on(as my design, it can extend other element
> > > very easily), input words, delete words or block text etc.
> > > But,unfortunately, I had no time to continue in August, I have to work
> for
> > > my life:), and my current job is extremely busy! At that time, I
> prepared
> > to
> > > put my source to sourceforge, but, poor lucky, sf website is blocked by
> > our
> > > government:(, until tonight.
> > >
> > > I am applying a project and waiting the approval of sourceforge admin
> > team.
> > > I will upload them to CVS once my project is approved. If I have enough
> > > time, I can clean up my source before upload, it has a little chaos:).
> > >
> > > I want to know if some guys are interested in this widget, and will be
> > glad
> > > to continue it.
> > >
> > > I will declare my project name later.
> > >
> > > BTW, if anyone know a free SWT Htmleditor is already exists, pls notice
> > me!
> > >
> > > Best regards,
> > >
> > > Steve Ni
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
Re: open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #389386 is a reply to message #383951] Thu, 20 November 2003 16:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel Rosi-Schwartz is currently offline Joel Rosi-SchwartzFriend
Messages: 624
Registered: July 2009
Location: London. England
Senior Member
Hi,

I would very much like to take a look at what you have so far. We now facing
similar requirements and could very possibly collaberate on this with you.

Thanks,
Joel

SteveNi wrote:

> Hi, all,
> I concentrated on SWT technique about 2 years.Half a year ago,I was
> looking for a SWT HtmlEditor, after severals weeks searching on web, I
> disappointed. I knew eclipse.org has a plan to create html viewer, and
> myeclipse company has a business editor for HTML. Both are not I wanted:
> Editor and Opensource!
>
> I decided to develop myself since June this year, after 1.5 months, it has
> a prototype: it's support parse HTML like XML SAX API(I didn't adopt
> HtmlParser API in sourceforge), and display some basis elements like <B>,
> <Font>,<P> ,<strong> and so on(as my design, it can extend other element
> very easily), input words, delete words or block text etc.
> But,unfortunately, I had no time to continue in August, I have to work for
> my life:), and my current job is extremely busy! At that time, I prepared
> to put my source to sourceforge, but, poor lucky, sf website is blocked by
> our government:(, until tonight.
>
> I am applying a project and waiting the approval of sourceforge admin
> team. I will upload them to CVS once my project is approved. If I have
> enough time, I can clean up my source before upload, it has a little
> chaos:).
>
> I want to know if some guys are interested in this widget, and will be
> glad to continue it.
>
> I will declare my project name later.
>
> BTW, if anyone know a free SWT Htmleditor is already exists, pls notice
> me!
>
> Best regards,
>
> Steve Ni
Re: open source SWT HtmlEditor [message #445768 is a reply to message #384707] Wed, 10 November 2004 20:26 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: emilio.davis.gmail.com

Hello, is there any update on this proyect? was it ever created?

best regards,
Emilio Davis


kite wrote:
> Hi ,
>
> Do you have put into sourceforge.net? If you have trouble to access
> sourceforge.net , you can try http://www.tigris.org/ or java.net.
>
> Regards.
>
> SteveNi wrote:
>
>
>>Sure, it's WYSIWYG Html editor.
>
>
>>"Bob Foster" <bob@objfac.com> ÐŽÈëÏûÏ¢ news:bonko1$445$1@eclipse.org...
>>
>>>Hi Steve,
>>>
>>>I assume you mean a WYSIWYG HTML editor. I don't know of any such open
>>>source editor for Eclipse.
>>>
>>>Bob Foster
>>>
>>>"SteveNi" <ndp@e2one.com> wrote in message
>>
>>news:boj1pn$97c$1@eclipse.org...
>>
>>>>Hi, all,
>>>>I concentrated on SWT technique about 2 years.Half a year ago,I was
>>>
>>>looking
>>>
>>>>for a SWT HtmlEditor, after severals weeks searching on web, I
>>>
>>>disappointed.
>>>
>>>>I knew eclipse.org has a plan to create html viewer, and myeclipse
>>
>>company
>>
>>>>has a business editor for HTML. Both are not I wanted: Editor and
>>>>Opensource!
>>>>
>>>>I decided to develop myself since June this year, after 1.5 months, it
>>
>>has
>>
>>>a
>>>
>>>>prototype: it's support parse HTML like XML SAX API(I didn't adopt
>>>>HtmlParser API in sourceforge), and display some basis elements like
>>
>><B>,
>>
>>>><Font>,<P> ,<strong> and so on(as my design, it can extend other element
>>>>very easily), input words, delete words or block text etc.
>>>>But,unfortunately, I had no time to continue in August, I have to work
>>
>>for
>>
>>>>my life:), and my current job is extremely busy! At that time, I
>>
>>prepared
>>
>>>to
>>>
>>>>put my source to sourceforge, but, poor lucky, sf website is blocked by
>>>
>>>our
>>>
>>>>government:(, until tonight.
>>>>
>>>>I am applying a project and waiting the approval of sourceforge admin
>>>
>>>team.
>>>
>>>>I will upload them to CVS once my project is approved. If I have enough
>>>>time, I can clean up my source before upload, it has a little chaos:).
>>>>
>>>>I want to know if some guys are interested in this widget, and will be
>>>
>>>glad
>>>
>>>>to continue it.
>>>>
>>>>I will declare my project name later.
>>>>
>>>>BTW, if anyone know a free SWT Htmleditor is already exists, pls notice
>>>
>>>me!
>>>
>>>>Best regards,
>>>>
>>>>Steve Ni
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
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