This wizard allows you to register a simple or composite cheat sheet with the Eclipse workbench to make it accessible through the Help menu.
The underlying operation performed by this wizard involves generating the XML-related mark-up for the Cheat Sheet Content extension point (org.eclipse.ui.cheatsheets.cheatSheetContent) and adding it to the plugin.xml file belonging to the plug-in project the cheat sheet being registered is contained within.
A brief description and problem domain category may be specified for the cheat sheet during registration. This wizard will only register the cheat sheet once. Subsequent uses of this wizard allow the user to update the cheat sheet description and category values of the original registration.
To register the current cheat sheet being edited, click the Register this cheat sheet hyperlink in the title area of the Simple Cheat Sheet Editor or Composite Cheat Sheet Editor.
This wizard contains the following fields:
|Category||Combo Box||Problem Domain Category||
To categorize the cheat sheet being registered using an
existing problem domain category, select a value from this
If an existing problem domain category is selected, the registered cheat sheet will be placed as a node under that category in the Cheat Sheet Selection dialog's tree viewer.
If <none> is selected, the registered cheat sheet will be placed as a node under the Other category in the Cheat Sheet Selection dialog's tree viewer.
|Description||Text||Brief Cheat Sheet Description||
Edit this field to specify a brief description for the
cheat sheet being registered.
If a description is specified, it will appear as a label under the Cheat Sheet Selection dialog's tree viewer when the registered cheat sheet node is selected.
This wizard provides the following actions:
|New...||Button||Create New Category||
Click this button to create a new problem domain category.
In the resulting Create New Category dialog, enter a category name in the Name field to specify the problem domain the cheat sheet being registered belongs to.
The new category will be added to the Category combo box.
To access a registered cheat sheet within the Eclipse workbench, perform the following steps:
Note*: A registered cheat sheet is not accessible through the Help menu in the (host) Eclipse workbench being used to edit it.