A quick google yielded the following: http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/viewvc.cgi?view=rootsTo get some of the source you'll need svn or cvs, but it appears everything is explained on the page.
On 2011/10/27 06:33 PM, John J. Boyer wrote:
What I am lookking for is the javadocs and source code for Eclipse itself, not the Java API. I want to see how Eclipse handles printing of large documents, for one thing. This would not be in the JDK. John On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:27:10AM +0200, Willem Venter wrote:Hi. Is there a specific reason why you want to access the javadoc of the java API through eclipse and not a normal web browser? The source of the java classes of the API as not on the eclipse site. Eclipse is only an I D E. look inside the directory where your jdk is installed for a file called src.zip. I'm sure you would be able to import the classes you want to change, but I would not necisarily recommend altering and shipping a modified java api. You might just accidentily break some java funcionality. Rather make and or extend a new class with the functionality you need. On 2011/10/27 10:54 AM, John J. Boyer wrote:I am thinking of using some of the Eclipse classes in BrailleBlaster. For this I will need to look at the Eclipse Javadocs. Can they be accessed through Eclipse itself? If a class looks like it might be ulseful I may want to tweak it for BrailleBlaster. This is permitted by the Eclipse license. For this I will need access to the source. Again, is the source code accessible through Eclipse itself? If not, where can I find it. The Eclipse downloads page is very confusing for me. Thanks, John