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    olzibambolzi is offline Member
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    Default Eclipse Plugin Development: How to register SVN actions inside an Eclipse plugin

    Hi there,

    i'm new to this Forum and also new to Eclipse Plugin Development. I'm currently taking part in a Java course and my task is to write a Eclipse Plugin. This should work like a Feed and automatically add some lines to your feed when you checkout/checkin something to SVN and some more tasks I currently didn't thought about right now.
    I already built my project as 2 standalone applications (server and client) and now I want to start putting it together to a Eclipse Plugin.

    How can I find out, inside my plugin, that the User just checked something in or out from the repository to start my post action ?

    I already searched the web about this topic, but I can't find any appropriate tutorial or description how to fix my current problem.

    Thanks in advice for you help

    Regards
    Olz

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    Default Eclipse Plugin Suggestion

    Dear Partner, Iam francojava, who is sending these codes that match his problem.Also, I compiled the Hello World Java Message with Eclipse to you . Look my attach.


    <? xml version=1.0"?
    <plugin

    name="Eclipse Hello World Example"
    id="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld"
    version="0.0.0"
    provider-name="OTI">

    <requires>

    < import plugin="org.eclipse.core.resources"/>
    <import plugin="org.eclipse.ui">

    </requires>

    <runtime>

    <library name="helloworld.jar"/>

    </runtime>

    < extension point = "org.eclipse.ui.actionSets" >

    < actionSet
    id="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld.HelloWorldActi onSet"
    label="Hello World"
    visible ="true"

    < descriprtion="The action set for the Eclipse Hello World examples">

    < menu

    id="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld.HelloWorldMenu "
    label="Samples">
    <separator name="samples">

    </menu>

    <action id="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld.actions.HelloW orldAction"

    menubarPath="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld.Hello WorldMenu/samples"
    toolbarPath="Normal"
    label="Hello World"
    tooltip= "Press to see a message"
    icon="icons/helloworld.gif"
    class="org.eclipse.examples.helloworld.HelloWorldA ction"/>
    </actionSet>
    </extension>
    </plugin>

    Ok, my friend I wait for his good reply for my job offered . Thanks

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    Default Added Eclipse Suggestion Application

    Please see my attach file as well compiled Hello World Action Application. To look my codes open folder org and make several clicks also you can watch my link Eclipse recommendation.


    Thanks
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Smile Eclipse Plugin Project was finished for you

    Quote Originally Posted by olzibambolzi View Post
    Hi there,

    i'm new to this Forum and also new to Eclipse Plugin Development. I'm currently taking part in a Java course and my task is to write a Eclipse Plugin. This should work like a Feed and automatically add some lines to your feed when you checkout/checkin something to SVN and some more tasks I currently didn't thought about right now.
    I already built my project as 2 standalone applications (server and client) and now I want to start putting it together to a Eclipse Plugin.

    How can I find out, inside my plugin, that the User just checked something in or out from the repository to start my post action ?

    I already searched the web about this topic, but I can't find any appropriate tutorial or description how to fix my current problem.

    Thanks in advice for you help

    Regards
    Olz
    Dear Eclipse User's, Iam francojava, who needs a reply of confirmation by created codes about his project. Please see my codes into the forum.. Thanks:)

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    Smile Francojava completed his Eclipse Project

    Quote Originally Posted by olzibambolzi View Post
    Hi there,

    i'm new to this Forum and also new to Eclipse Plugin Development. I'm currently taking part in a Java course and my task is to write a Eclipse Plugin. This should work like a Feed and automatically add some lines to your feed when you checkout/checkin something to SVN and some more tasks I currently didn't thought about right now.
    I already built my project as 2 standalone applications (server and client) and now I want to start putting it together to a Eclipse Plugin.

    How can I find out, inside my plugin, that the User just checked something in or out from the repository to start my post action ?

    I already searched the web about this topic, but I can't find any appropriate tutorial or description how to fix my current problem.

    Thanks in advice for you help

    Regards
    Olz
    Olzibambolzi, I completed the Eclipse Plugin Project please tell me if I could fix his problem. Thanks:):)

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