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RE: [pdt-dev] RE: plugin integration problem with pdt - changing editor assocation
- From: Ryan Huff <rhuff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 19:06:17 -0400
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- Thread-topic: [pdt-dev] RE: plugin integration problem with pdt - changing editor assocation
Thanks so much for the reply...as a sanity check I tried to reproduce what I was seeing in my test workspace in another, brand new workspace, without our development version of our plug-in installed, and couldn't do it. So that tells me it's something on my end, either with my particular project/workspace or with our plug-in. Thanks again for the quick response.
From: pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Michael Spector
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 6:27 PM
To: PDT Developers
Subject: Re: [pdt-dev] RE: plugin integration problem with pdt - changing editor assocation
I can't re-create this problem with PDT 2.1.0.
I open a PHP file, it opens in a PHP editor. Then I go to the "File
Association" preference page, and change a default editor associated
with .php extension to "Text Editor". I go back, and double-click the
same file - it's opened in a Text editor.
If you select editor type explicitly when opening a file Eclipse
remembers it (Open With-> ... other than default editor). In this case
changing a default file association preference will not work, you have
to "Open With -> Default Editor".
Please tell whether this helps.
2009/3/26 Ryan Huff <rhuff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> In addition to:
> "even though I have SlickEdit set as the default editor, when I right click
> on a php file and do Open With, it still shows "PHP Editor" selected"
> The same is true if you just set the normal Eclipse Text Editor to be the
> default editor for php.
> Kind Regards,
> From: Ryan Huff
> Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 5:23 PM
> To: 'pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: plugin integration problem with pdt - changing editor assocation
> I am working with PDT 2.1.0 in Eclipse 3.5 M6. We (SlickEdit) make an
> editor plug-in for Eclipse and are currently trying to get better
> integration with PDT, particularly with debugging capabilities: mainly
> setting breakpoints and stepping through code. The issue is that when a
> debug session is started and the debugger stops at a breakpoint, Eclipse
> wants to open a PDT editor, not a SlickEdit editor. I have integrated our
> plug-in with several other language support plug-ins for Eclipse (Flex
> Builder, CDT, etc.) and have never had a problem as such. My hunch is that
> it has something to do with how the editor is defined, but I'm not sure.I'll
> keep looking. Hopefully this can shed some light on the problem, you might
> have a better idea than I:
> I certainly have SlickEdit set as the default editor for *.php
> (phpfileassoc.png). The reason why I think the problem might have something
> to do with how the editor is defined (and not something implemented in the
> debugger) is because even though I have SlickEdit set as the default editor,
> when I right click on a php file and do Open With, it still shows "PHP
> Editor" selected (phpopenwith.png). Other editor plug-ins do not have this
> behavior (try it with JDT and a Java file).
> I have a breakpoint set in the SlickEdit editor (phpbp.png), and when I
> launch my website debug the breakpoint is hit, but a PDT editor is popped
> open, instead of going to the already open SlickEdit editor
> (phpeditor.png). Also it seems confused.note that it has an SE icon at the
> top, but it's clearly the PDT editor (?).
> Please let me know if I can be of any assistance in tracking this down. PDT
> is a fantastic project and I think improved integration with SlickEdit will
> help expand both our user bases.
> - Ryan
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