At the most basic level, the wiki should be just like writing an email.
If you don't want to learn the little tricks, don't worry about it. If
you do slap some stuff on the wiki, someone else can come along and make
it look pretty. Also, anyone that's familiar with the plugin could put
up a note at least explaining that it exists.
I think there might be other plugins that address the classpath issue,
but since I don't use any of them, I'm not really sure what they are.
If not, it'd be nice to have a real release of the ClassPath plugin.
Obviously that's just for whenever you have time.
Robert Fletcher wrote:
>I'll try to get round to putting something on the Wiki page at some point,
>but I've never got on very well with Wiki (I know, I know, it's supposed to
>be really easy, but...) I'm going to try to get JavaCore and the version of
>JTools that works with it into the next plugin release batch. I haven't done
>any work on it in the last 6 weeks due to a month long vacation and plenty
>of "real" work since I got back, but as soon as I can I'll apply some polish
>& submit it. In the mean time it's available from the community downloads
>site and isn't terribly difficult to use (or understand, if you want to dig
>into the source at all). I'd be glad to respond to any questions that arise.