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specific editing features such as:
current context whenever you press the
Ctrl+Space key combination. Each proposal
proposal is supported by IE and Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox. If a
browser compatibility indicator is grayed out then the proposal
is not supported by that browser.
functions are also made available in the code-assist proposals.
2.2 Syntax Checking
checking and shows syntax errors in multiple locations to make it
Figure 2.2.1: "As-you-type" Syntax
Validation problems are indicated as warning markers in the
warning marker in the left margin as shown in Fig. 2.3.1.
2.4 Outline View
The outline view depicts a structured view of the functions and
be filtered using the "Show Variables" action from the
Outline view with activated menu
2.5 Source Actions: Formatting/Quick Comment
available in the Source menu, editor Context-menu, or using the
Figure 2.5.1: Format action
To toggle on or off one or more single line comments select the
region to comment and enter
Figure 2.5.2: Mark region to
Figure 2.5.3: Commented region
2.6 Editor Preferences
source and content-assist. Validation options are also
the options in the main validation preference page.
Eclipse debugging architecture and is an integral part of the
MyEclipse Ajax Development tools. In this section we will
3.1 Setting Breakpoints
HTML Web Designer or the JSP Web Designer. Within any of these
(often referred to as the editor gutter) by double-clicking next
to the source line or by right clicking and selecting
a JS File
an HTML page.
inside HTML page
Eclipse Debug breakpoints view.
file-based configuration and URL-based configuration).
debug preferences for suspending on various events.
configurations were possible. Now project file-based
configurations can be configured.
When halted at a breakpoint the following actions are available
from the toolbar of the Debug View.
Resume execution; runs to next breakpoint or
end of program
Terminate debug process
Step Into next executable source line
Step Over next function
Step to Return of current function
3.4 Inspecting Variables
Variables view. This view allows you to expand functions that are
in scope and browse their properties and corresponding values. As
dynamically updates and refreshes its variable values as they
change in order to provide you an accurate view of the execution
state of your application.
3.5 Watch Expressions / Evaluation
variables. When you stop at a breakpoint the expressions
will evaluate and display their values in the Expression view.
running in the Ajax Web Browser. Any of these scripts can
be opened by just double-clicking on any script. The
functions that are available, so you can jump straight to that
function when you open the script. Opening the script will
allow you to inspect the code and set breakpoints accordingly.
3.7 Debug Preferences
A new preference page has been added to support default options
4. Instant-On Debugging
Browser toolbar and MyEclipse Web Browser editor. Clicking
Figure 2.6.1: Launching New
Figure 2.6.2: Entering the New
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