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Difference between revisions of "Extending Real-Time Shared Editing for Use with Other Editors"

(New page: With ECF 2.0.0 and the [[|Docshare Plugin]], ECF introduces Real-Time Shared Editing to Ganymede. By default, ECF supports doing shared editing with the JDT Java source code editor, and/...)
 
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With ECF 2.0.0 and the [[Docshare Plugin]], ECF introduces Real-Time Shared Editing to Ganymede.  
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With ECF 2.0.0/Ganymede, ECF introduces [[DocShare_Plugin|Real-Time Shared Editing]].  
  
 
By default, ECF supports doing shared editing with the JDT Java source code editor, and/or the plain old texteditor.
 
By default, ECF supports doing shared editing with the JDT Java source code editor, and/or the plain old texteditor.
  
It's quite possible, and even easy, however to support using ECF real-time shared editing and synchronization with other types of text editors...for supporting editing source code for other lanaguages (e.g. php, C/C++, javascript, xml editors, others) as well as other types of text documents (properties editors, manifest/meta-data editors, etc.).
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It's quite possible, however, and even easy, to support using the ECF real-time shared editing and synchronization with other types of text editors...for supporting shared editing source code for other languages (e.g. php, C/C++, javascript, xml editors, others) as well as shared editing of other types of text documents (properties editors, manifest/meta-data editors, etc.).
  
Below is a short explanation of how ECF supports doing real-time shared editing for the Java source code editor and the default text editor, and short description of how ECF real-time shared editing can be added to other text editors.
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Below is a short explanation of how ECF supports doing real-time shared editing for the Java source code editor and the default text editor, and a short example of how ECF real-time shared editing can be added to other text editors.

Revision as of 17:24, 21 June 2008

With ECF 2.0.0/Ganymede, ECF introduces Real-Time Shared Editing.

By default, ECF supports doing shared editing with the JDT Java source code editor, and/or the plain old texteditor.

It's quite possible, however, and even easy, to support using the ECF real-time shared editing and synchronization with other types of text editors...for supporting shared editing source code for other languages (e.g. php, C/C++, javascript, xml editors, others) as well as shared editing of other types of text documents (properties editors, manifest/meta-data editors, etc.).

Below is a short explanation of how ECF supports doing real-time shared editing for the Java source code editor and the default text editor, and a short example of how ECF real-time shared editing can be added to other text editors.