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Re: [pdt-dev] Handling of user libraries

When you add your library to the include path it should be
automatically added to the build path.
If this doesn't happen - please report a bug.

On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 1:21 AM, Robert Gruendler<doobre@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> i've just tried the setup on a windows machine, but got the same result.
>
> When adding the library to the build path, i get the resources of the
> library passed to our builder, but when
> i add it to the include path, i only get the project's internal resources,
> nothing from the external library.
>
> here's how i add the extension:
>
>    <extension
>          point="org.eclipse.dltk.core.buildParticipant">
>       <buildParticipant
>
> class="net.sourceforge.sfdt.core.builder.SfBuildParticipantFactory"
>             id="net.sourceforge.sfdt.core.SfBuildParticipant"
>             name="net.sourceforge.sfdt.core.SfBuildParticipant"
>             nature="org.eclipse.php.core.PHPNature">
>       </buildParticipant>
>    </extension>
>
>
> is there anything i'm missing out here ?
>
> thanks !
>
> -robert
>
> On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 8:55 PM, Michael Spector <spektom@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>> Build Path is used for building the structured DLTK model. Include Path is
>> an emulation of php.ini include_path entry, and it's used for resolving file
>> network through include() statements when browsing, debugging, etc... It's
>> obvious that Include Path is a subset of Build Path.
>> Regarding the difference in build time... it's interesting, since there
>> should be no difference. When you add a library to the Include Path it's
>> automatically added to the Build Path. I'll check this...
>>
>> On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 9:44 PM, Robert Gruendler <doobre@xxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Michael,
>>>
>>> thanks for the tip.
>>>
>>> the library resources got passed to our builder after adding it to the
>>> buildPath, not the include path, which brings up my next question:
>>>
>>> I have tried to add our library both ways (manually, without usage of our
>>> plugin). I noticed that i get code assistance both when i add
>>> it to the include path and the build path. The only difference was that
>>> when adding it to the build path, a clean build took at least 10 times
>>> longer than a clean build with having the library in the include path.
>>>
>>> But as i've got code assistance both times,  i assume that pdt must have
>>> been building a model of the library in both cases.
>>>
>>> So what exactly is the difference between "Include Path" and "Build Path"
>>> ?
>>>
>>> I guess i need to understand that concept before i can implement the
>>> model from our library ;)
>>>
>>>
>>> thanks again !
>>>
>>>
>>> -robert
>>>
>>>
>>> Michael Spector schrieb:
>>>>
>>>> I guess this should work this way:
>>>>
>>>> 1. StandardScriptBuilder, which is also a build participant runs first
>>>> (always), and builds model elements for every build path entry (verify that
>>>> your library is a part of the buildpath)
>>>>
>>>> 2. Your build participant runs after model for all build path entries is
>>>> built, so you are able to "see" all PHP elements of a project & its
>>>> dependencies.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 12:28 PM, Robert Gruendler <doobre@xxxxxxxxx
>>>> <mailto:doobre@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>    Hi Michael,
>>>>
>>>>    right now i just added it manually by adding it in the preferences
>>>>    as "User defined Library", then in the
>>>>    properties of the project: PHP Include Path -> Libraries -> Add
>>>>    Library...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>    greetings
>>>>
>>>>    -robert
>>>>
>>>>    Michael Spector schrieb:
>>>>
>>>>        Hi Robert,
>>>>
>>>>        How do you define your included library? We don't encounter
>>>>        this issue in our build participant.
>>>>
>>>>        On Sat, Jun 20, 2009 at 10:30 PM, Robert Gruendler
>>>>        <doobre@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:doobre@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>>        <mailto:doobre@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:doobre@xxxxxxxxx>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>           Hi all,
>>>>
>>>>           i'm trying to understand how included libraries are handled
>>>>        from a
>>>>           model point of view in pdt.
>>>>
>>>>           Basically, we need some information from specific classes
>>>>        inside
>>>>           the user library, but i'm not sure at
>>>>           which point we can hook into pdt to build our model. I've
>>>>        tried to
>>>>           add a buildparticipant extension which
>>>>           uses a class that extends PHPAstVisitor.
>>>>
>>>>           This works fine for all classes/methods etc inside the
>>>> project,
>>>>           but i don't get anything from the included library.
>>>>
>>>>           I assume the php model for the external libraries does not get
>>>>           built during the regular build process.
>>>>
>>>>           Could anyone give me a hint at which point of the pdt plugin
>>>>           lifecycle the external libraries get parsed to build
>>>>           the model for them ?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>           thanks!
>>>>
>>>>           -robert
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