Getting the plugin which defines an extension point.

If you are like me you still use the Search dialog for plugins to find the definition plugin of an extension point.

I just realized that the Open Plugin Artifact Dialog (Ctrl+Shift+A) allows much faster access.

I also added the shortcut and a description to my Eclipse Source Code – Tutorial.

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2 Responses to Getting the plugin which defines an extension point.

  1. wwerner says:

    Just a minor addition: If you currently are in the plug-in manifest editor and already have extensions contributed, you can also use the context menu to “Find Declaration”.

    But I assume you are aware of that.

  2. Lars Vogel says:

    @wwerner thanks for the tip.

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