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Re: [wtp-dev] should WST have references to JDT?


I agree in principal. Any generic function should be moved into the platform. However, some tools may be generating Java, even in WST. Not all Java related function is in J2EE. For example, what about XSD to Java generators? They are not necessarliy in J2EE so they should be in WST. Or the reverse, generation of XML from Java. You might want to access a Java model or some function that is in JDT.

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11/11/2004 06:28 PM

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[wtp-dev] should WST have references to JDT?

Just curious to how others feel about this.  In my working model of the WTP universe I'm assuming that there's no reason to have WST plugins reference JDT.  I know we currently do have such references in our WST code but I'm assuming these will eventually be removed or relocated to the JST side.  I suppose the only exception that I can think of would be 'generic' function that just happens to be currently located in the JDT packages (and we  should really chase down eclipse to refactor this sort of function).  Any opinions?



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