Are you asking about using extension
registry in general or finding a specific extension point?
- If you would like to use "an"
extension registry: it is supplied by the org.eclipse.equinox.registry.
Make sure this plugin is included in your launch configuration
- If you would like to use "the"
Eclipse extension registry in a small application: for a simple
solution, see the Headless Hello RCP template in the New Project wizard
- If you are looking for a specific
1) Extension points are
contributed by bundles. In most cases, id of an extension point begins
with the symbolic Id of the bundle. For example, if you are looking for
an extension point "org.abc.GreatPoint", chances are that
it is supplied by the bundle "org.abc". Make sure that
such bundle is in your launch configuration and resolves without problems.
2) Extension registry is
the place that processes extension points. Make sure that you have org.eclipse.equinox.registry
plugin in you launch configuration.
To see the actual list of bundles, in
your launch configuration add "-console" into program arguments;
once in debug, type "ss" in your console.
Hope this helps.
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[equinox-dev] Beginner question
I'm new in equinox (but I already developed eclipse plugin). I created
simple plugin targeted to equinox. (equinox boundles, SDK etc. installed).
But I can't use the equinox boundles extension points, because it's not
provided. What I miss? Or it's only work in normal eclipse plugins?
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