Chris Aniszczyk wrote:
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 1:57 AM, Stefan Liebig <Stefan.Liebig@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
See my comment on Martin´s comment.
I recently noticed that the Extension Point Schema Editor introduced a
change in the schema definition for extension points.
It changed the element from
- element/annotation/appinfo to element/annotation/appInfo
- attribute/annotation/appinfo to attribute/annotation/appInfo
(i.e. the 'i' in appinfo changed to 'I' in appInfo)
I am wondering whether this might cause problems for users of a pre 3.5
Eclipse IDE when using exsd's from a 3.5 Eclipse IDE.
If I understand what you're asking, Eclipse never aims to be forward compatible. In reality, this means you can't take something like Eclipse 3.4 and point it to a Eclipse 3.5 target. Eclipse aims to be backwards compatible.
Eclipse 3.5 should be able to deal with both of those formats.
Did that - Thanks!
A better forum for this discussion would be on the Eclipse PDE forums (or newsgroups)
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