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Creating Your Own Plugin in Eclipse

This article explains how to create a simple Eclipse plugin. To understand plugins, the easiest thing to do is to use the built-in wizard in Eclipse. You need the JDT to have the wizard I believe (you can also download a RCP distribution of Eclipse). Here are the steps:

  1. Select “new project”: PastedGraphic-2
  2. Plug-in project: PastedGraphic-3
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  5. Try each of these templates: PastedGraphic-6
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  7. Open the plugin.xml file and launch the plugin: PastedGraphic-8
  8. You should now see this: PastedGraphic-9
  9. Push it and you should see this: PastedGraphic-10
  10. That code is here: PastedGraphic-11
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