update plugin.xml after generating code with jet
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Posted By:   wolfgang_kostorz
Posted On:   Wednesday, May 24, 2006 03:47 AM

hi i'm writing a eclipse plugin which generates java classes with jet. after this generation I would like to update the plugin.xml because some of the generated files should become new entry points. so my question is: how can I easily parse the plugin.xml and insert - at the right point - the new xmltag(s) without parsing the file with a dom parser and insert at the desired poit new xml tags. its quite similar to what is done when I edit the plugin.xml via the eclipse own editor (plugin-manifest-editor). can anybody help ? thx wolfgang    More>>

hi


i'm writing a eclipse plugin which generates java classes with jet. after this generation I would like to update the plugin.xml because some of the generated files should become new entry points.

so my question is: how can I easily parse the plugin.xml and insert - at the right point - the new xmltag(s) without parsing the file with a dom parser and insert at the desired poit new xml tags.


its quite similar to what is done when I edit the plugin.xml via the eclipse own editor (plugin-manifest-editor).


can anybody help ?


thx

wolfgang

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