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The recommended method is to use Buckminster.
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The [http://www.eclipse.org/dash/monkey-help.php?key=source-code recommended method] is to use Buckminster.
[http://www.eclipse.org/dash/monkey-help.php?key=source-code]
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If that doesn't work you can get the code with anonymous CVS:
 
If that doesn't work you can get the code with anonymous CVS:
  
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# Define a new cvs location: pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/technology
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# Checkout all projects from org.eclipse.dash folder into your workspace. Make sure you checkout projects beneath org.eclipse.dash, not the org.eclipse.dash folder itself.
  
 
===Documentation===
 
===Documentation===

Revision as of 19:18, 9 November 2007

Eclipse Monkey Overview

Eclipse Monkey allows you to write scripts that run inside Eclipse.

Eclipse Monkey Help

Monkey Help

Getting the Source

The recommended method is to use Buckminster.

If that doesn't work you can get the code with anonymous CVS:

  1. Define a new cvs location: pserver:anonymous@dev.eclipse.org:/cvsroot/technology
  2. Checkout all projects from org.eclipse.dash folder into your workspace. Make sure you checkout projects beneath org.eclipse.dash, not the org.eclipse.dash folder itself.

Documentation

Monkey Help covers the basics of running and writing scripts.

Basic interaction with the Eclipse editor can be done using the built in DOM. The main component is the Editor.