Re: [wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
You'll have to keep them as separate plug-ins, otherwise you'll have to
change the source code in numerous places to support their extension
points being declared in a different plug-in than they are currently. I'm
not sure which overview tab you mean, but it's possible to launch with any
set of plug-ins you choose.
were the plug-ins used in WTP 2.0 and earlier, and are no longer
maintained. WTP 3.0 and later include the org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.*
under active development. To illustrate the difference at its most basic
Eclipse WTP Source Editing
stanimir petrov <cristal_reaver@xxxxxx>
Sent by: wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
07/01/2009 05:38 AM
Please respond to
"General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues."
[wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
My team is intending to use the WDT/sourceediting module of your poject or
xml and so on. It will have custom things consernt to the product, which
we are developing.
But before contact the eclipse board to ask for the license agreement or
making our studio open source, we want to make some tests and builds.
So i search the net and your mail list, but i didn't find anything
intresting for how to build the project.
I have checkout the module WDT/sourceediting from your cvs. There are many
source folders and packages.
I found that the implementation of the plugins are actualy in plugins
folder, devided in many plugins.
My questions are:
1)How can i run/bulid all the wanting plugins as one i.e. there are
org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.debug and so on. How to run all
org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.* in new instance of eclipse to test. I can run may
be one plugin from the overview tab from "Launch an Eclpise application"
button, but this may be loads only the selected plugin.
tnx in adnanced
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