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Old 12-31-2008, 03:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Create your own Eclipse plug-in template


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Default plug-in templates in Eclipse are useful as long as they meet users' needs. When a specified requirement is beyond the scope of a default template, it is necessary to customize a template. This article offers insight into how to customize a plug-in project template in Eclipse, elaborates on multisection implementation and control within templates, introduces UI component customization methods to improve usability, illustrates a way to add input validation function on the UI side, and explains how to organize the directory structure of plug-in project automatically.

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