Official Eclipse 3.0 Faqs by John Arthorne

By John Arthorne

Professional Eclipse 3.0 FAQs is the handy resource for solutions in your most important questions about writing Eclipse plug-ins. no matter if you are growing easy extensions for private use or advertisement Eclipse-based purposes, you will find countless numbers of concise options the following - together with many who are usually not replied at any place else.

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Java Development in Eclipse fixed. So far it sounds too easy, right? 0. 0. 0 Porting Guide, found in the Platform Plug-in Developer Guide in the Eclipse help system. 0, consult the guide to see what changes might have affected you. See Also: FAQ 39 How do I prevent my plug-in from being broken when I update Eclipse? FAQ 39 How do I prevent my plug-in from being broken when I update Eclipse? Eclipse makes a careful distinction between published APIs and internal implementation details. The APIs are designed to reduce coupling between plug-ins to a small, stable interface.

Start typing the editor name in this list to pick the editor you want to activate. • Press Alt+F to open the file menu; then press the number of the editor of choice from the editor history list at the bottom of the menu. This is the easiest way to jump quickly to an editor that has recently been closed. • Press Ctrl+Shift+R to open the Open Resource dialog and find your editor in the list (or Ctrl+Shift+T for Java types). This can be used to switch to an editor whether or not it is already open.

The Navigator provides a view of the workspace and shows resources available on the file system. From the Navigator, files can be opened in an editor. When multiple editors are opened, it can be difficult to keep track of where the related resources are in the Navigator. For this reason, the Navigator has support to synchronize its tree view with the currently edited resource. To link resources between the Navigator and the editors in the workbench, locate the Link button in the Navigator toolbar at the top of its UI.

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