[oXygen-user] Plugin needs a system property to be configured
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Thu Jun 14 08:44:18 CDT 2012
Yes, it works and I think this is a good palce to put it, actually. Thank you!
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> Envoyé le : Jeudi 14 juin 2012 8h24
> Objet : Re: [oXygen-user] Plugin needs a system property to be configured
> Hi Florent,
> Indeed the plugin.xml might be a good place where certain system
> property key=>value pairs could be set, we'll consider this an
> improvement request for a future version.
> Right now setting the system properties on the constructor of your
> ro.sync.exml.plugin.Plugin should work fine.
> The Plugin object is instantiated before any of the associated plugin
> Radu Coravu
> <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
> On 6/13/2012 6:54 PM, Florent Georges wrote:
>> I am writing a plugin for oXygen. As part of that plugin, I
>> use a third-party library that needs a system property to be set.
>> For now, I added it to oxygen13.2.vmoptions, but this is really
>> not user-friendly (wrt to installation). The other option I can
>> think of is to set the property from within Java during plugin
>> instantiation (the class extending Plugin), but I am not sure
>> oXygen ensures this is called before everything else in the
>> What is the idiomatic way to set a system property (especially
>> as part of a plugin)? It would be nice to be able to set it in
>> the plugin.xml actually.
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