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== Edit Targlet Container with Targlet Editor ==
 
== Edit Targlet Container with Targlet Editor ==
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The Targlet Editor works well in combination with the Properties view and Oomph's Repository Explorer.
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You can open the Properties view from the Targlet Editor's context menu or by double clicking any item in the editor.
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You can open the Repository Explorer by entering "Repository Explorer" in the "Quick Access" field to the left of the perspective toolbar in the upper right corner of the perspective.
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Double click the root item (only item, currently) in the Targlet Editor and use the context menu to invoke ''New Child → Targlet''.
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[[File:Oomph_Targlet_Editor_New_Child_Targlet.png]]
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The new Targlet must have a name.
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The editor decorates errors in the tree and in the Properties view.
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Use the Properties view to set the "Name" property to "Eclipse SDK".
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[[File:Oomph_Targlet_Editor_Set_Targlet_Name.png]]
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Use the context menu on the new Targlet named "Eclipse SDK" to invoke ''New Child → Repository List'' and then use the context menu again to invoke ''New Child → Repository''.
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A Repository must of course specify a URL for a p2 update site.
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Use the properties view to enter the URL
  
 
More documentation TBD.
 
More documentation TBD.

Revision as of 02:27, 29 April 2018

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Oomph's Targlet technology extends PDE's base functionality for specifying a target platform definition by providing a more expressive, flexible, and reliable mechanism. The Targlets framework is fully integrated with PDE. It uses PDE's target location extension point, providing a Targlet Container implementation to augment PDE's built-in target location implementation.

Install Targlet Support

Use Help → Install New Software... and enter one of the update sites, e.g., http://download.eclipse.org/oomph/updates/milestone, into the "Work with:" combo. Enter "Oomph Targlets" in the filter, and select the Oomph Targlets feature.

Oomph Install Targlets Feature.png

Create an Empty Target Definition

Use Window → Preferences... → Plug-in Development → Target Platform to "Add..." a new Target Platform.

Oomph PDE Add Target Platform.png

Choose "Nothing: Start with an empty target definition" and press "Next".

Oomph PDE Create Empty Target Definition.png

Use the "Name:" text field to name it "Sample" and press "Add..." to add a target location.

Oomph PDE Add Target Location.png

Add a Targlet Container

In the "Add Content" dialog select "Targlet Container" and press "Next".

Oomph Targlet Add Targlet Container.png

Use the "Targlet Container ID:" field to enter the name "Sample Targlet Container" and press "Finish".

Oomph Targlet Add Targlet Container Specify ID.png

Select the new Targlet Container and press "Edit..." to edit it:

Oomph Targlet Edit Targlet Container.png

This will save the target definition, dismiss the dialog, and open the Targlet Editor.

Edit Targlet Container with Targlet Editor

The Targlet Editor works well in combination with the Properties view and Oomph's Repository Explorer. You can open the Properties view from the Targlet Editor's context menu or by double clicking any item in the editor. You can open the Repository Explorer by entering "Repository Explorer" in the "Quick Access" field to the left of the perspective toolbar in the upper right corner of the perspective.

Double click the root item (only item, currently) in the Targlet Editor and use the context menu to invoke New Child → Targlet.

Oomph Targlet Editor New Child Targlet.png

The new Targlet must have a name. The editor decorates errors in the tree and in the Properties view. Use the Properties view to set the "Name" property to "Eclipse SDK".

Oomph Targlet Editor Set Targlet Name.png

Use the context menu on the new Targlet named "Eclipse SDK" to invoke New Child → Repository List and then use the context menu again to invoke New Child → Repository. A Repository must of course specify a URL for a p2 update site.

Use the properties view to enter the URL

More documentation TBD.

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