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627 Manually testing the new action Testing the modifications we have just made involves launching the runtime workbench as discussed in 2 If the Favorites menu does not appear in the workbench menubar or the Favorites icon cannot be found in the workbench toolbar, try one of the following suggestions: Enable the action set by selecting Window > Customize Perspective to open the Customize Perspective dialog In the dialog, expand the Other category, locate the Favorites ActionSet, and make sure that it is checked (see Figure 6-7) Reinitialize the perspective using Window > Reset Perspective Close and reopen the perspective If nothing else works, then try clearing the workspace data before launching the runtime workbench To do this, select Run in the launch menu, select the Favorites launch configuration, and check the Clear workspace data before launching checkbox Click the Run button to launch the runtime workbench
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628 Adding a test for the new action Before our work is complete, we need to devise a test for the new Open Favorites View action From the FavoritesViewTest in 2, create a new abstract superclass for all of our tests called AbstractFavoritesTest, and pull up the VIEW_ID constant, the delay( ) method, and the waitForJobs() method Next create a new test subclassing AbstractFavoritesTest that exercizes the new OpenFavoritesViewActionDelegate class
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public class OpenFavoritesViewTest extends AbstractFavoritesTest { public OpenFavoritesViewTest(String name) { super(name); } protected void setUp() throws Exception { supersetUp(); // Ensure that the view is not open waitForJobs(); IWorkbenchPage page = PlatformUI getWorkbench() getActiveWorkbenchWindow() getActivePage(); IViewPart view = pagefindView(VIEW_ID); if (view != null) pagehideView(view); // Delay for 3 seconds so that // the favorites view can be seen waitForJobs(); delay(3000); } public void testOpenFavoritesView() { // Execute the operation (new Action("OpenFavoritesViewTest") { public void run() { IWorkbenchWindowActionDelegate delegate = new OpenFavoritesViewActionDelegate(); delegateinit( PlatformUI getWorkbench() getActiveWorkbenchWindow()); delegateselectionChanged( this, StructuredSelectionEMPTY);
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delegaterun(this); } })run(); // Test that the operation completed successfully waitForJobs(); IWorkbenchPage page = PlatformUI getWorkbench() getActiveWorkbenchWindow() getActivePage(); assertTrue(pagefindView(VIEW_ID) != null); } }
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time to have a single test suite To launch the test suite, select Run in the launch menu, select the Favorites Test launch configuration that was created in 2, and modify the target to be the new FavoritesTestSuite test suite
629 Discussion To define a top level menu or not that is the question On the one hand, a top level menu is a great way to promote a new product that has just been installed, providing a good way for a potential customer to become accustom to the new functionality On the other hand, if every plug-in defined a toplevel menu, then the menubar would be cluttered and Eclipse would quickly become unusable Additionally, the customer may become annoyed if they do not want to see the menu and continually have to use the multi-step process outlined in Section 1224 to remove the menu What to do ActionSets partially answer this question, but not fully They can be specified as visible everywhere in every perspective, but then must be hidden in each perspective And if the perspective is ever closed and reopened,
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the ActionSet will reappear There is no single workspace wide attribute that can be set to override the visible value specified in the pluginxml
We submitted a feature request and patch to Eclipse (see Bugzilla entry #39455) for new IActionSetDescriptor API so that an action set can be programmatically specified as visible everywhere If this feature and patch are accepted and integrated into Eclipse, your product could contain a checkbox option in your preference page (see Section 122) that uses this API to show or hide your top level menu If you want to have this feature integrated into Eclipse, then visit this bug entry and vote for it
Another option is to tie your top-level menu or action set to a particular perspective (see Section 1023) In this way the menu and actions are only visible when that particular perspective is active If there are one or more perspectives particularly suited for the functionality added by your plug-in, then this may be your best approach If the action is editor related, Section 654 and 655 discuss adding menus and actions tied to a specific type of editor With this approach, the top level menu is only visible when an editor of that type is open