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Re: [cdt-dev] Hide UI element (C/C++ category) via eclipse activities

The pattern is pluginId/elementId.  For example,


You can also use wild cards, but as you found, you need to be careful not
to hide more than you intend.  Here¹s an example that works:


I hope this helps.


On 5/7/15, 6:06 AM, "Rainer Poisel" <rainer.poisel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>I'm trying to hide UI-elements via the eclipse activities. I
>implemented the activities successfully for the following issues:
>  * menu item
>  * context menu item
>  * toolbar icon
>Unfortunately I don't make it for the project wizards of the category
>C/C++ ("Data -> New -> OtherŠ).
>I tried the following pattern,<activityPatternBinding
>activityId="random" pattern="org.eclipse.cdt.ui.*"/> with success, but
>this pattern hides a lot of other things too. So I tried to hide the
>org.eclipse.cdt.ui.wizards.*, but that didn't work, probably the wrong
>pattern plugin id. So am I on the right way to hide the C/C++category
>with the activityPatternBinding or should I use the
>categoryActivityBinding? But therefore I need a valid categoryId. I
>tried the plugin-spy, I searched inside the jar files, I asked google
>for help, but I don't find the right pattern to hide the C/C++category
>in the project builder.
>Thanks a lot for your help,
>  Rainer
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