having some fun creating my own extensions, works out fine but I can't get my folder (group) names shown correctly when following the examples in the documentation. The operator is showing up nicely, correct name and icon etc, but the folders / groups keep having the key value instead of the wanted name.
These are my 2 files :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <operators name="myOperators" version="6.0" docbundle="com/rapidminer/extension/resources/i18n/OperatorsDocmyTest"> <group key="myGroupKey"> <operator> <key>myOperatorKey</key> <class>com.rapidminer.extension.operator.myOperatorClass</class> <icon>main.png</icon> </operator> </group> </operators>
and this is the Doc XML
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="windows-1252" standalone="no"?> <operatorHelp lang="en_EN"> <!-- This one works, my operator shows the name. --> <operator> <key>myOperatorKey</key> <synopsis>short synopsis</synopsis> <help>Some more help</help> <name>Operator name for testing purposes</name> </operator> <!-- But this one only shows the key --> <group> <key>myGroupKey</key> <name>Group name for testing purposes</name> </group> </operatorHelp>
So, am I overlooking something syntax wise? Do I need to use attributes instead of elements (or vica versa) when looking at groups, or are there other restrictions related to naming a key?
Apart from the folder name (I simplified the whole flow a bit in the provided examples) all works fine so i a bit puzzled on where thigns go wrong.
this seems to be a bug. As workaround you could use the fully qualified group key:
<group> <key>extensions.myTest.myGroupKey</key> <name>Group name for testing purposes</name> </group>