Sahi Tutorials
June 24, 2009

How to Configure Eclipse for Sahi Pro

Eclipse's JSDT plugin provides syntax highlighting and verification for Javascript. It can be configured to work well with Sahi scripts too. This video goes through the different steps to configure Eclipse to work with Sahi scripts.JSDT looks at all functions in the given source folder and can list them in content-assist. Taking advantage of this, we use a dummy definitions file called apis.sah which has all the Sahi APIs. This file, apis.sah, can be downloaded from here and needs to copied into the "scripts" folder. JSDT is a part of the Web Platforms Toolkit.It can be installed as a plugin or can be downloaded as a single bundle in the "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (163 MB)" (For windows: This is downloadable from

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