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MyEclipse and WST

 
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Hello,

Does MyEclipse use WST as part of its web component strategy? I ask because I have written a plug-in that extends the WST XML / HTML editors. I presume that if WST doesn't get supplied with MyEclipse, I just need to install it (along with all the other components). Still it would be nice to know what sort of work I have in store (have you ever tried installing WST? First you need GEF, then you need DTP ... it gets really irritating.)

Thanks, Robert
 
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Robert,
Yes MyEclipse does build ontop of the WTP platform (and WST editor base) so your plugin should continue to work in MyEclipse.

Out of curiosity have you tried downloading the trial and installing your plugin and seeing if it still works? We do make quite a bit of customizations and additions to the editors though, so it's possible some of those may hinder your plugin from working... hard to say.
 
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