Do you need to have your own language toolkit? For example in DLTK TCL there are ITcl and XOTcl subprojects, which extends basic IDE (and language) with Object-Oriented features. Can you please elaborate on your need for own language toolkit?
Kind Regards, Andrey
P.S. I'm crossposting to dltk-dev
----- Original Message ----- From: "William Candillon" <wcandillon@xxxxxxxxx> To: "PDT Developers" <pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2008 11:48:20 PM GMT +06:00 Almaty, Novosibirsk Subject: [pdt-dev] Extending PHP language toolkit
I'm extending PDT 2.0 and my plugin defines its own language toolkit extending org.eclipse.dltk.core.AbstractLanguageToolkit. Unfortunately this disable PHP language toolkit. Is it possible to make both language toolkit to cohabit ? If a scripting project can only have one DLTK language toolkit, how can activate PHP/DLTK extension points (source parser, mixinparser etc) on my plugin project ?
This issue seems important in order to extend PDT.
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