Uses of Class

Packages that use EventManager
Provides support for performing structural and textual compare operations on arbitrary data and displaying the results.
Application programming interfaces for commands and handlers.
Application programming interfaces for common base classes.
Application programming interfaces for contexts.
Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points.
Provides a set of actions related to running and debugging applications.
Provides a user interface for debug platform source lookup facilities.
Provides support for shared UI resources such as menus, tool bars, and status lines.
Provides support for bindings between commands and various user input events (e.g., keyboard shortcuts).
Provides JFace-specific support for commands.
Provides classes that can be used to observe the JFace Viewer framework.
Provides support for trim specification.
Provides a framework for preferences.
Provides support for managing resources such as SWT fonts and images.
Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets.
Application programming interface to display and preview refactoring history information.
Application programming interfaces for working with resource mappings.
Contains the team synchronization presentation framework and support for the Synchronize View.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with and extension of the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Classes for actions and operations used in a workbench window, page, or part in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Provides support for working with cheat sheets.
Provides support for retrieving information on Commands from the workbench.
Application programming interfaces for Eclipse console specific actions.
Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Provides a standard text editor and concrete document providers based IFileBuffer and others directly handling IFile and IStorage as editor input.
Support for forms-based multi-page editors.
Provides support for integrating handlers into the Eclipse workbench.
APIs for dialogs in the IDE-specific portion of the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Provides support for customizing welcome content and presentation.
Application programming interfaces for the Quicklinks Viewer, a component for the Welcome/Intro.
Provides a workbench adapter for displaying workbench elements in the UI without having to know the concrete type of the element, and various label providers for workbench-specific objects like editors, views, and perspectives.
Provides the Common Navigator framework.
Provides reusable components for clients that need to expand on the capabilities provided by the reference Common Navigator Resources extension.
Classes that provide the basic workbench UI support for undo and redo of operations.
Classes for the creation of workbench parts that integrate with the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Classes for using the preferences support in org.eclipse.core.runtime.preferences
Provides a framework for text editors obeying to the desktop rules.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse text editor template support.
Provides the standard Content Outline view which can show the active editor's custom outline for the document being edited.
Provides support for a web-browser style of navigation within a view by maintaining a list of frames.
Utility classes for working with markers in views
Provides the standard Resource Navigator view which presents the tree of resources in the workspace.
Provides the standard Property Sheet view which displays custom properties of the active workbench part's current selection.