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how to create plugin for already developed application

 
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I have developed a core-java application which is running from command-line.Please let me know that if same application i have to implement in eclipse plugin, how to do that?? I just want to use my code which I have already written for command line to implement in a plugin.

Need atleast reference example similar to this which can help me in implementing my application.

Thanks in advance
 
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The Eclipse homepage is here: http://www.eclipse.org/

I'm sure you can find information about how to write an Eclipse plug-in there.

You might also want to try Eclipse Zone.
 
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