I have a requirement to create an editor for an XML format. And this is to be included as an eclipse plugin.
I have read that Jaxe is possible to be included in other applications. What will be the starting point to convert the Jaxe into an eclipse plugin ?
I don't use Eclipse, and I don't know what the requirements would be to create an Eclipse plugin. But my guess is that you would start by adding the JaxeTextPane as you would add a JTextPane in your GUI (JaxeTextPane derives from JTextPane), as described here :
You can use the source code and "ant javadoc" to create the javadoc API for Jaxe classes, but be aware that it's in French.
Hi damieng ,
I don't understand french :) That being the fact, I am also sure that I have no other go than using Jaxe :)
So currently Im trying to import the source into an eclipse project and try to build it. And after that generating the javdocs.
Any suggestions I will be thankful !
Is there any example available on doing a sample project including Jaxe in an external application ? I am using eclipse and as of now stuck with importing the source to an eclipse project.
If you download WebJaxe and look at the jaxe folder, you will find the source code for an applet using JaxeTextPane. It has a custom frame and menubar. Jaxe.jar is used as a library.
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