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We now have a reasonable layout, but it is still cumbersome for the user to open the test views Users have to go through the Other dialog when choosing Window > Show View, as shown in Figure 264 We would like to give the test views the same first-class status as other important views The use of the Other menu item is an example of the Other Rule: OTHER RULE Make all contributions available, but the ones that don't typically apply to the current perspective appear in an Other dialog
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To add a view to the perspective's Show View submenu of the Window menu, we use the viewShortcut perspective extension:
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<perspectiveExtension targetID="orgeclipsejdtuiJavaPerspective"> <viewShortcut id="orgeclipsecontributionjunit testReportView"/> <viewShortcut id="orgeclipsecontributionjunitresultView"/> </perspectiveExtension> Once we have added the view shortcut, our views appear as first-class views in the View menu, as shown inFigure 265
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When experimenting with perspective extensions, keep in mind that the extensions are only processed when a perspective is created Therefore, to see the effect of a perspective extension for an existing perspective, you have to first reset it (Window > Reset Perspective)
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We are still not fully compliant with the Integration Rule for our views The views don't integrate nicely into the Show View dialog They show up in the "Other" category, as shown in Figure 266
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Our views are relevant for Java development, and we therefore want to contribute them to the Java category (Relevance Rule) In the pluginxml of orgeclipsejdtui we find the corresponding category definition:
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<extension point="orgeclipseuiviews"> <category id="orgeclipsejdtuijava" name="%viewCategoryName"> </category> We contribute our views to the orgeclipsejdtuijava category by adding a corresponding category attribute in their definition:
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<view id="orgeclipsecontributionjunitresultView" name="Contributed Result View" class="orgeclipsecontributionjunitResultView"
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</view> Next we'll add on-line help for our contributed test runner In this chapter we have
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Defined perspective extensions for the test views and view shortcuts in the Java perspective Contributed our views to an existing category
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To define your own perspective, you use the orgeclipseuiperspectives extension point and implement an IPerspectiveFactory The factory defines the initial layout and shortcuts for a perspective When a view appears in a perspective, it can ask the perspective for an "input" to help determine its initial contents In addition to view shortcuts you can define shortcuts for the following perspective contributions: - actionSet The action sets initially visible in a perspective - perspectiveShortcut The perspectives shown in the Window > Open Perspective submenu - newWizardShortcut The new wizards shown in the New drop down - showInPart Views to be added to the perspective'sNavigate > Show in submenu
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For more information on the use of perspectives, see: Using Perspectives in the Eclipse UI, wwweclipseorg/articles/using-perspectives/PerspectiveArticlehtml
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27 Help
Another way of reducing the cost of service for your plug-ins is to provide on-line help In Eclipse, help contents are structured as extensions to the help extension point In this chapter we'll see how to
Add our own help contents Link to our help contents from the user interface (context sensitive help)
There are several places we might want to integrate our help:
Stand-alone help An "infopop" on the ResultView and the TestReportView The auto-test property page The run test action
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All of the help contents in Eclipse follow the Contribution Rule Every plug-in has the opportunity to contribute help The help window is the only place you can see all the help together The basic unit of help is the table of contents, or toc A toc is a tree containing other tocs or topics Each toc or topic can have an html file associated with it Figure 271 shows part of the help for the Plug-In Development Environment
A contribution to the table of contents is represented in Eclipse as an extension to the extension point orgeclipsehelptoc The user documentation for PDE is contributed in the separate plug-in orgeclipsepdedocuser This plug-in only contains documentation and no code: