[Project_owners] Summer of Code projects

Richard Klein richwklein at mchsi.com
Fri Jun 3 07:48:33 EDT 2005


Axel Hecht wrote:
> dabase wrote:
> 
>> Hmm
>>
>> I use eclispe for my daily dose of xul @ work: ideas, stuff i use:
>>
>> - API docs in eclipse browser
> 
> 
> It will be interesting to see how that evolves, but I tend to favor 
> hooking stuff up with devmo on the side of docs.
> 
>> - Mozilla as eclipse browser (wanna have)
> 
> 
> yes
> 
>> - javascript outline (have)
>> - XUL wisywig (wannahave)
> 
> 
> The other way around, wysiwyg. I have a plan on that, using GEF. Which 
> is probably something I want to have laid out before committing code.
> 
>> - XML  outline
> 
> 
> does http://solid.mozdev.org/images/eclipse-wtp-xul-2005-05-13.png 
> (lower left pane) do what you want?
> 
> Axel
> 
> PS: Threading is borked on the newsgroup server :-(
> 
>>
>> Michael Keppler wrote:
>>
>>> David Boswell schrieb:
>>>  
>>>
>>>> Brian and I have come up with a short list of project ideas, but we
>>>> wanted to see if anyone else had other suggestions for things to add,
>>>> remove or edit.
>>>>   
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> The "Eclipse plugin development" point is unclear to me. I use Eclipse
>>> with XML (for XUL) and JavaScript plugins and have my extension built
>>> using Ant scripts. So I don't see what other plugins would be necessary
>>> or useful.
>>> I don't want to stop you from coding something anyway, but people should
>>> not reinvent the wheel. :)
>>>
>>> Ciao, Michael.
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Instead of using GEF for the wysiwyg editor, what about using VE.  I 
also use eclipse for my XUL/javascript development, and the biggest 
issue I have is the chrome url resolution.


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