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Implementing Help
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Assume that you create your own documentation files for the Favorites view with the following structure:
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Then you would need to update the two secondary toc files For example, the tocgettingstartedxml file, would end up looking like this:
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< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > < NLS TYPE="orgeclipsehelptoc" > <toc label="Getting Started"> <topic label="Installation" href="html/gettingstarted/installationhtml"/> <topic label="Favorites View" href="html/gettingstarted/favorites_viewhtml"> <topic label="Adding Favorites" href="html/gettingstarted/adding_favoriteshtml" /> <topic label="Removing Favorites" href="html/gettingstarted/removing_favoriteshtml" /> </topic> </toc>
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Tip: If your application needs more than a handful of help files and you deliver your plug-in as a directory rather than a JAR file, you might consider placing all of them into a single ZIP file If you package your help files into a file called doczip (preserving the same directory structure), Eclipse will be able to find them Eclipse will look for help files in the doczip file before looking for them in the plug-in directory
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With these changes, the help plug-in is functionally complete! Launching Eclipse with this new help plug-in in place will add the Favorites Guide to the list of books in the Help window (see Figure 15 14)
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Dynamic Help Content In Eclipse 32 and above, the help system supports dynamic help composition using XHTML Help pages can use Eclipse-specific markup to provide filtering based on os/ws/arch values, enabled capabilities, existence of plug-ins, etc Content may also be reused in multiple documents by using a new <include> tag These features allow the help content to adapt to the context at the time of viewing For more information on using XHTML in Eclipse, see: wwweclipseorg/ eclipse/platform-ua/proposals/help/dynamic_content/HelpDynamicContenthtml
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Eclipse provides support for context-sensitive help for widgets, windows, actions, and menus using the F1 key This help can appear either in a floating infopop window or within the dynamic Help view depending on the user s Help preferences The context-sensitive help that appears can contain a small amount of help for the selected item as well as links to more detailed documentation For example, opening the Eclipse Hierarchy view and pressing F1 will show context-sensitive help (see Figure 15 15) containing links relevant to the Hierarchy view as well as to views in general
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Implementing Help
Figure 15 15 The Hierarchy view showing its associated context-sensitive help in an infopop window on the left and the dynamic Help view on the right
To add context-sensitive help to an item, you need to associate a context ID with the item, provide a short description of the item, and create a list of links relevant to the item
1531 Associating context IDs with items
Whenever a user opens the Favorites view and presses F1, it would be best to have the context-sensitive help appear First, you need to associate a context ID with the view using the setHelp() method from orgeclipseuihelp
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The context ID is a string with the form <plug-in-id><localcontext-id>, where <plug-in-id> is the unique plug-in identifier for the plug-in defining the workbench view or editor and <local-context-id> is an identifier unique within that plug-in identifying the context The <localcontext-id> can be composed of any alphanumeric characters and an underscore ( _ ), but must not contain any whitespace or periods ( ) In this case, the <plug-in-id> is comqualityeclipsefavorites and you have chosen a <local-context-id> of favorites_view for your Favorites view, so the context ID is comqualityeclipsefavoritesfavorites_view Since the Favorites view consists of a single table widget, you will associate the help context ID with the table widget itself Begin by creating a setHelpContextIDs() method in the FavoritesView class that looks like the following: