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Re: [wtp-dev] How to extend Web Page Editor's palette?


This mailing list is used for the development of WTP itself - in future, I would recommend looking to the Eclipse Community Forums at for help with how to use the tooling.

That said, I would recommend you start by looking in Eclipse Help under the following top-level topic: JavaServer Faces Tooling Developer Guide. There are topics that will be useful to you in all three sub-topics (Programmer's Guide, Reference, and Tutorials), and you may want to start with "Supplying Tag Library Meta-data for Apache MyFaces Tomahawk" as an example.

Hope this helps,
 - Ian

-----Original Message-----
From: Gavin Lei [mailto:gavingui2011@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2011 7:40 AM
To: wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Ahti Kitsik
Subject: [wtp-dev] How to extend Web Page Editor's palette?

Hi guys,

Currently, I am working for add tapestry support for Eclipse WTP (it
is a GSoC 2011 project, i host it here [1]). But i catch up with a
small problem

I want to add a Tapestry section in Web Page Editor's palette, it will
include some Tapestry elements (such as t:actionlink) and we can
drag-and-drop the Tapestry elements from the Palette to editing jsp

The problem is How can i do this ? I mean i do not know whether there
is any extension points of Eclipse WTP for developers to do this, and
i even do not know how to start. Is there any relative documents about
this ? I am really looking for some documents about this topic. Thank

Best Regards
Gavin Lei (雷银)
Email: gavingui2011@xxxxxxxxx
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