If you are using ATF, I would suggest
that you us an Ajax Toolkit Project. When ATF create the project, its creates
the needed structures for JSDT to do content completion. The ATF build
you are using has an early version of JSDT and JSDT does the content completion
version of the JSDT code.
JSDT is actually a component in WTP
and is planned for WTP 3.0. If you only interest is in JSDT, then I would
suggest that you download the WTP 3.0 milestone 5 build. This is the version
of JSDT planned for the next ATF build. There are probably some JSDT
options that you will need to set for a WTP Static/Dymanic web project
to get content completion, but you will be able to get the JSDT team to
answer your question on one of the WTP news groups.
As I implied there are some options
that need to be set for non-ATF projects which the JSDT team will need
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[atf-dev] Problems with content assistance
I now have the problem, that I can't get content assistance (CTRL+SPACE)
to work in file FileA for functions that are defined in FileB and vice
versa. When editing FileA, the editor correctly proposes functions etc.
defined in FileA but not functions defined in FileB - which IMHO makes
content assistance rather useless.
(Btw, JSEclipse offers the wanted functionality but I didn't like it for
I already searched quite a while for a solution and I'm sure it can't be
a "new" problem because its a fairly basic functionality that
missing. Anyway, I yet wasn't able to find a solution.
The modules I use are the following
- Eclipse 188.8.131.52
- AJAX Toolkit Framework for WST 0.2.3v200709141050
- ATF support for JSDT 0.2.3v200709141050
- WST Project 2.0.1.v200709110510...
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