|Re: [ide-dev] How good is HTML5 support?
Moving the IP boundary a bit may help but surely many problems will remain?
Some projects get round the restriction by assisting users in downloading unapproved contributions. e.g. Xtext downloads ANTLR 3 via a Console prompt. Subversive replicates a P2 install for its adapters. This works but is a little inelegant. A more centralized facility might run off an extension point and automatically download third party add-ons from third party sites as part of a normal P2 installation. This could finally break the IP impasse whereby everyone has to continue to love Xalan XSLT when Saxon is so much better.
On 25/10/2015 16:36, Mike Milinkovich wrote:
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