|Re: [ecf-dev] new feature request|
Boris Bokowski wrote:
Great...thanks. I just put the class in place last night (Tues) and was going to continue work on it this evening (Wed) and over the next few days.Hi Scott,
I have seen the new class EditorHelper and made minor changes in it.
Where are the clients of this class?None yet. My intention was to introduce into EclipseCollabSharedObject a message sender/handler pair that would call the EditorHelper code at appropriate time (i.e. in response to a message with file name/path/selection offset/range to be loaded in editor.aa
If you have any questions about editors etc., feel free to send them my way.OK, thanks. One question: Do you think that using markers (where we introduce the notion of a marker that is added by a remote user) would work? Or should we just pass around selection offset and range for the time being and scroll/set selection for the time being?
On 11/5/05, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've had a feature request from Ward Cunningham and Bjorn Freeman-Benson for the collab example that I would like to put in place asap (with some help).
Feature: Remotely launch an Eclipse editor on a given workspace resource. For example, open the java source editor on a java file. We can assume (initially) that the file exists in the target's workspace (i.e. through CVS or whatever). Then be able to highlight a particular section of the launched file.
I've opened a new bug for this: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=115213
I (Scott) would like some assistance with working on this feature. Do folks have some good pointers (or existing code) for programmatically interacting with editors within the Eclipse framework? Boris or others: do you know where good resources are for such interaction?
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