Uses of Interface
The Java model is the set of classes that model the objects associated with creating, editing, and building a Java program.
Uses of IOpenable in org.eclipse.jdt.coreModifier and TypeInterfaceDescription
interfaceRepresents a single
.classfile, holding the binary form of either a type or a module: A class file of type
IOrdinaryClassFilehas a single child of type
IType, a class file of type
IModularClassFilehas a single child of type
IModuleDescription. Class file elements need to be opened before they can be navigated.
interfaceRepresents an entire Java compilation unit (source file with one of the
interfaceRepresent the root Java element corresponding to the workspace.
interfaceA Java project represents a view of a project resource in terms of Java elements such as package fragments, types, methods and fields.
interfaceRepresents the class file of a module description ("module-info.class").
interfaceOrdinary form of a
IClassFilewhich holds exactly one
interfaceA package fragment is a portion of the workspace corresponding to an entire package, or to a portion thereof.
interfaceA package fragment root contains a set of package fragments.
interfaceRepresents an entire Java type root (either an
IClassFile).Modifier and TypeMethodDescriptionIJavaElement.
getOpenable()Returns the first openable parent.IBuffer.
getOwner()Returns the Java openable element owning of this buffer.Modifier and TypeMethodDescriptionIBufferFactory.
(IOpenable owner)Deprecated.Creates a buffer for the given owner.