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Re: [Dltk-dev] Documentation?


Thanks for the response.  I also grabbed the dltk source from the
Update site, and ran javadoc over the top, so that I have an API I can
look at :D

Myself, and a few other people (who I think may have just joined the
list), are looking at implementing a ColdFusion editor plugin using

I've been working on a ANTLR parser for the last few months (about 85%
complete), and since CFML is a dynamic language, it seemed that the
dltk was the appropriate place to start in terms of using that to
create a plugin for it.


On 7/9/07, Jae Gangemi <jgangemi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
no, you're not missing anything - the current examples will be your best
bet. i've also found the debugger to be a huge help (stepping through a
working example, looking at the thread stack to see how methods are being
called). and of course, asking questions when you're really stuck.

  i've managed to put together a basic implementation for a perl plugin just
looking/tracing through the source, so it can be done, but it definitely
takes a little effort.

  may i ask what type of plugin you're working on?

On 7/8/07, Mark Mandel < mark.mandel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I just started at looking at implementing a plugin with the DLTK, but
> couldn't find a large amount of resources on yet, above and beyond the
> 'getting started with the dltk' article.
> I just wanted to know if I was missing anything, and if not, I assume
> that the best resources around would then be the current examples that
> are available for download?
> Thanks for the dltk, it looks like it's a great addition to the
> eclipse product range.
> Thanks,
> Mark
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