[oXygen-user] Importing web directory using eclipse plugin
George Cristian Bina
george at oxygenxml.com
Thu Oct 27 03:01:09 CDT 2011
To open a .htm file directly from the web server in oXygen XML editor on
the Eclipse plugin please follow the steps below:
- Go to Eclipse Preferences and in the File Associations page locate the
- Edit this to add the Oxygen XML Editor editor and mark it as Default
(use the Add and Default buttons next to the Associated Editors area)
- Use the File->Open URL action and enter the URL you want to open, for
- You can use F3 on a file name to open that corresponding file
In any case, as that is not a WebDAV server you will not be able to save
your changes to those files. So, a better approach is to download
everything locally and then put those files in a project inside the
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
On 10/25/11 9:45 PM, McGibbney, Lewis John wrote:
> Good Evening,
> Say I have an HTML project hosted here , and I wish to begin a fresh authoring project, therefore I need to begin working with existing code within the project structure. Does the Eclipse plugin allow me to fetch this code and begin working on it as an XML project?
> I haven't been able to get this functionality from the plugin, hopefully I am missing something. The other option, is to download it, but when I do this, then manually import it, I am not able to render the HTML through the eclipse browser.
> Thanks for any information to help me out.
>  http://www.sbsa.gov.uk/web_books/non_domestic/non_domestic.htm
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