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"Getting" a plug-in with no dockable window
Submitted by Anonymous on Monday, 19 January, 2004 - 22:28
Hi,

The plug-in tutorial presents an example of associating actions with a plug-in in which each action retrieves its plug-in like this:

view.getDockableWindowManager().getDockable(QuickNotepadPlugin.NAME).chooseFile();

That is, it assumes you want to create a plug-in with a dockable window. If I don't want to create a dockable window, how do I create an instance of my plug-in and what code would I put in my actions.xml file to retrieve it? Is there something like:

view.getPlugin(QuickNotepadPlugin.NAME).chooseFile()

??

Please send responses to this forum (which I'm monitoring) and/or Ken Anderson at "kena at cs.colorado.edu".

Thanks!

Ken Anderson
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jEdit.getPlugin(String plugin
by fireparser on Tue, 13/04/2004 - 15:15
jEdit.getPlugin(String pluginName) should do the job. As it is a static Method it is also availble in the BeanShell environment.
I think this is what you need.

regards.
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