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Le 15/12/2015 18:13, Dick Balaska a écrit :
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, sco### [at] scottcom says...
>> Is developing an editor within the scope of POV4 too then?
> I think leveraging eclipse as an IDE would be the way to go.
> They've already solved the problems you mentioned and presented it
> in a plugin enhancable package. Like this one:
> http://povclipse.sourceforge.net/ (I haven't used povclipse yet.)
I did.. it was tied to 3.6, and it did not evolve (when I looked at
it, 2 or 3 years ago) with eclipse... which means it is hard to have
it working for something else.
If you understand it, maybe you can fix & update it for modern eclipse
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