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Re: [wtp-dev] Creating a new structured editor

Hi Iulian, you found the right place!  
Nick Sandonato is the sse project lead, and can help you get started.  Some of the documents are out of date as you mentioned.
We can continue the conversation in the forum.  I'll follow the thread, and give you a hand as well.

Our downloads page ( has links to the latest Indigo (3.3.x) as well as Juno (3.4.x).
All of our code is in Git - sse is here:

Thanks - Chuck

Senior Architect, RAD Java EE Tools, WTP PMC Lead
IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC

From:        iulian dragos <jaguarul@xxxxxxxxx>
To:        wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date:        03/28/2013 09:55 AM
Subject:        [wtp-dev] Creating a new structured editor
Sent by:        wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx

(I already posted in the Web Tools Project forum, but I am not sure it
is the right place).

I'd like to write an editor for Play2 template files. They have a
simple structure, similar to JSP: it's HTML with escapes into Scala
code (between `@{ .. }`).

It looks like WTP structured editors are the right way to go about it
(I'd like to reuse the HTML functionality such as validation and
content assist), but I can't seem to find the Developer's Guide for

I found this document, but it's almost 8 years old:

Is there anything else I could use to get started, besides the source code?
Where can I download the source bundles (I'm using Indigo, but I can
upgrade to Juno if necessary)? By default, I don't get source
attachements for the wtp. plug-ins.

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