World Wide Navi Help
Eclipse Plugin

Basic functions of wwnavi are available in your Eclipse (and other Eclipse-based applications) with wwnavi plugin installed by the dialog in
[Tool] -> [Eclipse Plugin].

YouTube Demo
MP4 Demo

You can share the rules with other UIs (Standalone, Visual Studio addin, and Command UI), too.

Select the operation either "Install" (to Eclipse) or "Remove" (from Eclipse).

[Specify the Eclipse directory]
Specify the Eclipse home directory (parent of Eclipse executable).

[Specify the Eclipse executable]
Specify the Eclipse executable name ('eclipse.exe' by default, if you use other applications, type its name like 'aptana.exe', etc.).

Execute the installation or removing process described below.
[Remove old plugin (delete wwnavi directory from ECLIPSE_HOME/plugins).] 
[Launch Eclipse to notify wwnavi uninstallation.]
[Confirm and close the window.] (*1)
(If [Install] is selected, the following get executed.)
[Install new plugin (copy wwnavi directory to ECLIPSE_HOME/plugins).]
[Launch Eclipse to notify wwnavi installation.]
[Start using wwnavi plugin.] (*2)
*1)Unless the window get closed, wwnavi GUI won't be available.

*2)wwnavi GUI is available even if the window is not closed.


Supported versions are Eclipse 3.0 or later.

Help Reference

This help contents can be referred in your Eclipse from
[Help] -> [About Eclipse SDK] -> [Plug-in Details]
-> [Select wwnavi plugin] -> [Click More Info].

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