Re: Re: Re: [wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
Ok, and when i want to test my changes to ui for example, how to start new instance of eclipse with loaded my changed plug in. And if i have changes in the other plug in projects for example in the core or debug, how can i run them in one place, without building jars for every plugin and overriding them in another eclipse folder. I am sorry for the question, this is my first plug in project and i did not find anywhere how to do this.
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От: Nitin Dahyabhai
Относно: Re: Re: [wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
До: "General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues."
Изпратено на: Четвъртък, 2009, Юли 2 19:27:50 EEST
Actually, all of the folders under sourceediting/pluginsare meant to be individual projects in your workspace. Try checkingthem out as different projects to start with.
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Thank you very much
I thought so, but i checkout the wtp/sourceediting and i set up it as plugin project. I must select the needed plugins in the new instance from hereWindows > Preferences... > Plug-in Development > Target Platform
But i cannot get it how can i add the not build in jars plugins to thetarget platform. How can i add a set of plugins to the running new instance?
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>От: Nitin Dahyabhai
>Относно: Re: [wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
>Изпратено на: Сряда, 2009, Юли 1 23:52:14 EEST
>You'll have to keep them as separate plug-ins, otherwise you'll haveto
>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 withany
>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 mostbasic
>Eclipse WTP Source Editing
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>07/01/2009 05:38 AM
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>[wtp-dev] Run WDT/sourceediting, questions - help!
> Hi guys
>My team is intending to use the WDT/sourceediting module of your pojector
>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 agreementor
>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 aremany
>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 runmay
>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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