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EPF Interview

There’s a video out there featuring Per Kroll speaking about the Eclipse Process Framework (EPF). It looks like they are doing some cool stuff in that project given the domain they are trying to tackle. However, the rumor on the street is that they have a spiffy XHTML editor somewhere in EPF. A cookie to someone who figures out how to extract it first 😉

  • Phil Beauvoir

    Yep, I’ve extracted it, re-bundled it into one plugin and got it working and using in our project. All it needs now is some Mac support.

  • Phil Beauvoir

    Yep, I’ve extracted it, re-bundled it into one plugin and got it working and using in our project. All it needs now is some Mac support.

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    Phil, did you file a bug against EPF to extract this functionality out?

    How hard was it?

  • Chris Aniszczyk (zx)

    Phil, did you file a bug against EPF to extract this functionality out?How hard was it?

  • Phil Beauvoir

    Hi Chris, no I didn’t. I didn’t really get any feedback from the EPF guys, so I just went ahead and did it myself.

    Code in CVS here:

    Host: tencompetence.cvs.sourceforge.net
    Path: /cvsroot/tencompetence
    Module: rte/org.eclipse.epf.richtext

    And a RCP test app using it here:

    Host: tencompetence.cvs.sourceforge.net
    Path: /cvsroot/tencompetence
    Module: rte/org.tencompetence.rte

    Phil

  • Phil Beauvoir

    Hi Chris, no I didn’t. I didn’t really get any feedback from the EPF guys, so I just went ahead and did it myself.Code in CVS here:Host: tencompetence.cvs.sourceforge.netPath: /cvsroot/tencompetenceModule: rte/org.eclipse.epf.richtextAnd a RCP test app using it here:Host: tencompetence.cvs.sourceforge.netPath: /cvsroot/tencompetenceModule: rte/org.tencompetence.rtePhil

  • Phil Beauvoir

    The EPF app has it as a separate plugin, but there are dependencies on other plugins (org.eclipse.epf.ui and org.eclipse.epf.common), so I just bundled all the necessary classes into one plugin.

  • Phil Beauvoir

    The EPF app has it as a separate plugin, but there are dependencies on other plugins (org.eclipse.epf.ui and org.eclipse.epf.common), so I just bundled all the necessary classes into one plugin.