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Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #8486] Thu, 19 July 2007 07:23 Go to next message
rupal is currently offline rupalFriend
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Hello,

I went through the dltk plugins and found that it provides frame work for
implementing dynamic language editor.
Also, languages like TCL and Ruby has already been using those API's to
develop full fledged editor.

I have a language editor, where i want to incorporate features like code
assist, break points, code folding, outline view etc. which could be done
using AST Parser.

So how could I use dltk API's in my editor?
If I could get the clear understanding of who invokes the parser, and flow
of the same, would be great help...

Waiting for reply...

Rupal.
Re: Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #8568 is a reply to message #8486] Thu, 19 July 2007 10:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: fourdman.xored.com

Hi,

There is article in the our wiki about DLTK basics:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/DLTK_IDE_Guide. Information about parsers, how
they work and simplest editor implementation is presented there.

More detailed information about other features like completion etc.
unfortunately by now are not presented in any documentation, but we are
working on it.

Thanks,
Mikhail Kalugin

rupal wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I went through the dltk plugins and found that it provides frame work
> for implementing dynamic language editor.
> Also, languages like TCL and Ruby has already been using those API's to
> develop full fledged editor.
>
> I have a language editor, where i want to incorporate features like code
> assist, break points, code folding, outline view etc. which could be
> done using AST Parser.
>
> So how could I use dltk API's in my editor?
> If I could get the clear understanding of who invokes the parser, and
> flow of the same, would be great help...
>
> Waiting for reply...
>
> Rupal.
>
>
Re: Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #10037 is a reply to message #8568] Fri, 20 July 2007 10:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rupal is currently offline rupalFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

Thanks for the reply, the article is helpful and i had already gone
through that.
I was looking for more detailed information on parsers..

Rupal.

Mikhail Kalugin wrote:

> Hi,

> There is article in the our wiki about DLTK basics:
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/DLTK_IDE_Guide. Information about parsers, how
> they work and simplest editor implementation is presented there.

> More detailed information about other features like completion etc.
> unfortunately by now are not presented in any documentation, but we are
> working on it.

> Thanks,
> Mikhail Kalugin

> rupal wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I went through the dltk plugins and found that it provides frame work
>> for implementing dynamic language editor.
>> Also, languages like TCL and Ruby has already been using those API's to
>> develop full fledged editor.
>>
>> I have a language editor, where i want to incorporate features like code
>> assist, break points, code folding, outline view etc. which could be
>> done using AST Parser.
>>
>> So how could I use dltk API's in my editor?
>> If I could get the clear understanding of who invokes the parser, and
>> flow of the same, would be great help...
>>
>> Waiting for reply...
>>
>> Rupal.
>>
>>
Re: Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #10060 is a reply to message #10037] Fri, 20 July 2007 10:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rupal is currently offline rupalFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,
If you could send me the technical flow of the parser(its working), would
be helpful for my language editor.


> Hi,

> Thanks for the reply, the article is helpful and i had already gone
> through that.
> I was looking for more detailed information on parsers..

> Rupal.

> Mikhail Kalugin wrote:

>> Hi,

>> There is article in the our wiki about DLTK basics:
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/DLTK_IDE_Guide. Information about parsers, how
>> they work and simplest editor implementation is presented there.

>> More detailed information about other features like completion etc.
>> unfortunately by now are not presented in any documentation, but we are
>> working on it.

>> Thanks,
>> Mikhail Kalugin

>> rupal wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I went through the dltk plugins and found that it provides frame work
>>> for implementing dynamic language editor.
>>> Also, languages like TCL and Ruby has already been using those API's to
>>> develop full fledged editor.
>>>
>>> I have a language editor, where i want to incorporate features like code
>>> assist, break points, code folding, outline view etc. which could be
>>> done using AST Parser.
>>>
>>> So how could I use dltk API's in my editor?
>>> If I could get the clear understanding of who invokes the parser, and
>>> flow of the same, would be great help...
>>>
>>> Waiting for reply...
>>>
>>> Rupal.
>>>
>>>
Re: Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #11225 is a reply to message #10060] Sat, 21 July 2007 20:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: invalid_094857234.hotmail.com

rupal wrote:

>
> Hi,
> If you could send me the technical flow of the parser(its working), would
> be helpful for my language editor.

The idea is not that somebody explains to you, what dltk is doing. The idea
is that you guess what it is NOT doing. Then you correct it. The dltk
workgroup swallows your improvements and everybody is happy.
Re: Using DLTK plugin framework for implementing language editor [message #11404 is a reply to message #11225] Tue, 24 July 2007 06:08 Go to previous message
rupal is currently offline rupalFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Mark wrote:

> The idea is not that somebody explains to you, what dltk is doing. The idea
> is that you guess what it is NOT doing. Then you correct it. The dltk
> workgroup swallows your improvements and everybody is happy.

Hi Mark,

My idea is not to find loop holes in DLTK, rather to use what it provides
for my editor, what ruby and tcl are already doing.


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