Go to declaration in XML files

It seems that the "Go to declaration" action is active when editing XML files. In particular on Ant files, one can use it to navigate to a particular target from the target name stated in the "depends" attribute of another target.

Is it possible to get a custom behavior on other XML file types, maybe by implementing a plugin? For instance in XSLT it would be nice to be able to navigate to the file stated in <xsl:import href="myfile.xsl"/> by running the "Go to declaration" action with the caret on "myfile.xsl".

Alex

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You may override our Go to Declaration action by regestering your own. Your
action can handle such cases and delgate the rest to the standard one.

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It seems that the "Go to declaration" action is active when editing XML

files. In particular on Ant files, one can use it to navigate to a
particular target from the target name stated in the "depends" attribute of
another target.
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Is it possible to get a custom behavior on other XML file types, maybe by

implementing a plugin? For instance in XSLT it would be nice to be able to
navigate to the file stated in <xsl:import href="myfile.xsl"/> by running
the "Go to declaration" action with the caret on "myfile.xsl".
>

Alex

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Ok, sounds good. I will just do that. I guess there will just be a problem if 2 or more plugins do this at the same time.

Alex

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