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RE: [ecf-dev] Listing shared files
- From: "Gary Pollice" <gpollice@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 16:52:19 -0400
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Once I get our server working, hopefully next week, I'd like to get more
involved and do some of the maintenance work so I can get familiar with the
code and API. Any suggestions on where to begin, and where to find tasks
that I might be able to work on?
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> [mailto:ecf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Scott Lewis
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> Subject: Re: [ecf-dev] Listing shared files
> Hi Tim,
> Ken Gilmer (primarily...and I to a much lesser degree) have
> been working on some example shared editors:
> This shared editor uses the datashare api:
> org.eclipse.ecf.datashare (API plugin) for sharing document
> changes in real time among a set of participants.
> If this is what you mean by 'being able to see what is
> shared' then this would be appropriate for that as well.
> Or do you mean listing remote directory contents? (I'm not
> quite sure from your posting) If directory listings are what
> you mean, then probably it would be appropriate to add some
> directory listing capability to the fileshare API...it
> currently does not have an API for listing directory
> contents, etc. This is only because I/we yet haven't gotten
> to putting such an API in place...as I believe such a
> directory/listing API should be there as well. Note that if
> you need something immediately then you could create a custom
> directory listing/sharing protocol using the datashare API.
> For example, you could use the workspace abstraction in
> Eclipse, and resource listeners to send around information
> about the local workspace (via datashare messages).
> And if you want to work on helping us add file/directory
> browsing to the fileshare API then that would also be most welcome.
> Tim Terlegård wrote:
> > I'd like to be able to share files with others. Not just sending
> > files, but being able to see what is shared. What API
> should I use for that?
> > Tim
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