CommonSourceNotFoundEditor. The editor input can be created on an artifact that has a source association.
This class may be instantiated and subclassed.
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Method SummaryModifier and TypeMethodDescription
exists()Returns whether the editor input exists.Returns the artifact that source was not found for.Returns the image descriptor for this input.
getName()Returns the name of this editor input for display purposes.Returns an object that can be used to save the state of this editor input.Returns the tool tip text for this editor input.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
(Object artifact)Constructs an editor input for the given artifact associated with source.
artifact- artifact associated with source
existspublic boolean exists()Returns whether the editor input exists.
This method is primarily used to determine if an editor input should appear in the "File Most Recently Used" menu. An editor input will appear in the list until the return value of
falseor it drops off the bottom of the list.
getImageDescriptorpublic ImageDescriptor getImageDescriptor()Returns the image descriptor for this input.
Note: although a null return value has never been permitted from this method, there are many known buggy implementations that return null. Clients that need the image for an editor are advised to use IWorkbenchPart.getImage() instead of IEditorInput.getImageDescriptor(), or to recover from a null return value in a manner that records the ID of the problematic editor input. Implementors that have been returning null from this method should pick some other default return value (such as ImageDescriptor.getMissingImageDescriptor()).
getNamepublic String getName()Returns the name of this editor input for display purposes.
For instance, when the input is from a file, the return value would ordinarily be just the file name.
getPersistablepublic IPersistableElement getPersistable()Returns an object that can be used to save the state of this editor input.
getToolTipTextpublic String getToolTipText()Returns the tool tip text for this editor input. This text is used to differentiate between two input with the same name. For instance, MyClass.java in folder X and MyClass.java in folder Y. The format of the text varies between input types.
getArtifactpublic Object getArtifact()Returns the artifact that source was not found for.
- artifact that source was not found for