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Q 4 Bill Dudney (7): navigating from within a jsp file

 
Gian Franco
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Hi Bill,

In my Java perspective I'm able to select a method
in a class and jump to it's definition, references, etc.
I can't manage to do the same within a JSP. This means
I have to use the search option.

Am I doing something wrong?

Cheers,

Gian Franco
[ June 24, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
 
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Hi Gian Franco,

I don't think that the JSP navigation fully made it into Eclipse 3.0. I've not tried navigating from a JSP yet in RC3 so I can't say for sure. Which version are you on?

There was a lot of talk about this feature much earlier and it was on the list of things that was going to get done. Guess we have to wait for 3.1M1. If history serves as a guide that will not be very far out.
 
Gian Franco
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Hi Bill,

I'm using eclipse30M7.

Thanks,

Gian Franco
 
Jeroen Wenting
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3.0RC1 doesn't offer JSP options at all so I doubt M7 has them...

Still using a hacked up SolarEclipse 0.41 which at least gives (buggy in Eclipse 3) syntax highlighting.
 
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I find XMLBuddy to be a decent JSP editor even though its not really meant for that. Since I 'never' put any java code in my JSP's XMLBuddy usually sufficies and its solid.
 
Gian Franco
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Thanks, I've heard this XMLBuddy mentioned in various
other sources as well. I'll have to try it out first
thing tomorrow.

Cheers,

Gian Franco
 
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