Yutaka Emura

Passiday wrote:

Is there any tutorial “How to cook your own plugin for EmEditor”? Being C# developer, I find it hard to grasp the programming of plugins in C by looking on the sources of existing samples available here for download. I’d be happy to see some sort of “basic plugin example” that would be good start, and then learn how it can be extended and also understand what are the limitations in interoperability between EmEditor and the plugin – what kind of features are acutally possible, and what not.

As I have previously said, I’d like to get a plugin that would be a floating window with embedded browser, that could be loaded with local or external URL. The JavaScript in the loaded HTML could have access to the EmEditor DOM, and vice-versa – the EmEditor macros could have access to the loaded window’s DOM. To my opinion, that would be like sacred grale – DHTML interface to build visually-enhanced mini-applications to enhance the functionality of basic EmEditor.

Unfortunately, there is no “basic plugin example”, but there are a number of source code available at http://www.emeditor.com/modules/mydownloads/viewcat.php?cid=6 and some are very basic, especially “Word Count plug-in” might be a first one to look at. However, unfortunately, EmEditor DOM is not exposed for other applications, partly because EmEditor wants to be light-weighted.