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New Eclipse plug-in - eZclipse

New Eclipse plug-in - eZclipse

Monday 15 June 2009 12:44:46 pm - 9 replies

Hello,

I developed an Eclipse plug-in for supporting eZ Publish. I implemented the following features :

* Syntax highlighting for INI and TPL files.
* Validation of TPL files.
* Var Browser for exploring the $node variable.
* Wizard for creating a new template file
* Wizard for creating a new configuration file

The validation and the Var Browser need an extension on the eZ Publish side. For more information about the project use this url : http://sourceforge.net/projects/ezclipse

You can find the install doc in the wiki here : http://ezclipse.wiki.sourceforge.net/install

And a screenshot : http://sourceforge.net/dbimage.php?id=219170

This project is an apha version and a lot of other features like autocompletion or integrated help are in development !

Please give me a feedback big-smile.gif Emoticon

Monday 15 June 2009 5:41:30 pm

Hi Alain,

It sounds great - I look forward to trying it out. happy.gif Emoticon

Can I suggest you post details of your plugin on projects.ez.no (or in the developer/contributions section, but I think people use projects more these days). Forum content tends to turn over pretty quickly, so people might miss your post.

Regards

- Paul

Tuesday 16 June 2009 10:36:58 am

Hi Paul,

Can I suggest you post details of your plugin on projects.ez.no (or in the developer/contributions section, but I think people use projects more these days). Forum content tends to turn over pretty quickly, so people might miss your post.

The problem is that eZ Projects has no bug tracker ,no features request and no wiki... This is the reason why I hosted my project on SourceForge.

But maybe are these features not really necessary and the forum is enough... I will think about this solution ! Tanks.

Modified on Tuesday 16 June 2009 10:43:28 am by Alain Sahli

Tuesday 16 June 2009 5:52:08 pm

You could still create a project on projects.ez.no, with links to the external svn repo, tracker and wiki.

At least it would be easy to find it for users looking for it in that specific site...

...and maybe someday projects will get a tracker and wiki, too.

Tuesday 16 June 2009 5:54:53 pm

No need to change things around - I was suggesting that you post details of your work on the projects site (not necessarily the project itself) so that people would find it more easily when browsing eZ Publish projects / contributions.

Tuesday 16 June 2009 9:38:28 pm

Very nice work, thanks!

About hosting on projects.ez.no: we will add a basic issue tracker soon, but not sure about a wiki-like part

As Paul Wilson suggested, a minimal entry on projects.ez.no would make it a lot easier to find it back in the meantime

Regards
Paul

Tuesday 16 June 2009 10:30:33 pm

Ok thanks, I created a new project on projects.ez.no big-smile.gif Emoticon Now I'm waiting for approval !

Wednesday 17 June 2009 9:25:18 am

Mmmh, I cannot see it in the list of projects to approve... are you sure you registered it correctly?

Wednesday 17 June 2009 10:09:41 am

Yes he did, I approved it faster then my shadow:P

http://projects.ez.no/ezclipse

Modified on Wednesday 17 June 2009 10:24:45 am by André R

Wednesday 17 June 2009 4:24:51 pm

Hello,

This sounds very similar to the smile ez-plug developped a few years ago, but which hasn't evolved much since.

http://smile-ez-plugin.sourceforge.net/

Maybe you should try contacting the authors of this extension so that you can work together. It may be a good idea if you could work together to make both projects evolve in the same direction rather than on parallele routes.

Since although your extension contains a few new features such as the $node variable exploration and the wizards, the smile ez-plugin contains the operator wizard

Modified on Wednesday 17 June 2009 4:27:40 pm by Paul Leclercq

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