Provides the API for accessing file buffers.
File buffers represent a file that is being edited. Text file buffers are
specific for text files. They represent the content of a text file in form of
IDocument and and associated
IAnnotationModel. File buffers are managed by
a file buffer manager. The
org.eclipse.core.filebuffers plug-in provides a default
file buffer manager that can be obtained by calling
The file buffer manager supports listeners,
IFileBufferListener, that are informed about all relevant
state changes of file buffers as well as their creation and disposal.
ClassDescriptionFacade for the file buffers plug-in.Factory for text file buffer annotation models.Deprecated.Participates in the setup of a text file buffer document.Extension interface for
IDocumentSetupParticipant.A file buffer represents a file that can be edited by more than one client.Interface for listeners to file buffer changes.A file buffer manager manages file buffers for files while the files are connected to the file buffer manager.This interface provides the list of status codes that are used by the file buffer plug-in when it throws
CoreException.Tagging interface for
IAnnotationModelimplementers that offer state persistence.Implementers of
IFileBuffermay also implement
IStateValidationSupportin order to allow a
IFileBufferManagerto batch the stages of state validation when calling
IFileBufferManager.validateState(IFileBuffer, org.eclipse.core.runtime.IProgressMonitor, Object).A file buffer manager (see
IFileBufferManager) uses an
ISynchronizationContextin order to execute commands encapsulated as
Runnable.A text file buffer is a file buffer for text files.A text file buffer manager manages text file buffers for files whose contents is considered text.Type-safe enum of the available location kinds.
"org.eclipse.core.filebuffers.documentCreation"extension point has been deprecated.