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Where are the java docs for Eclipse plug in development

 
prakashP
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Any java docs available for the Eclipse plugin development
 
Prashanth menon
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If you are thinking of developing an Eclipse plugin, I suggest you should visit the link
Developing Eclipse plug-ins
If its SWT javadoc that you are talking of I also am unaware.
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Prashanth menon
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Just missed out something in the earlier posting.
The SWT docs are available in Eclipse plugin folder.
For Eclipse2.1 this is in org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv_2.1.0 as a zip file named "doc.zip".
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Nathan Pruett
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Also, if you are currently running Eclipse you can go to the Help menu -> Help Contents -> Platform Plug-in Developer Guide -> Reference -> API Reference.
[ July 15, 2003: Message edited by: Nathan Pruett ]
 
Thomas Paul
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Hi prakash54208,
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Dan Kehn
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Just a little FYI... the same code that shows your local online help in Eclipse also works across the net. This is handy when you want to point someone to a specific part of the Eclipse online documentation. If you like, you can also use Eclipse's help subsystem as a "standalone" application (Ref: Chapter 23, "Providing Help", "Running Nonintegrated Help").
-- Dan
 
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