Defines the metadata being handled by p2.
This API package defines the constructs being manipulated by p2 such as installable units.
ClassDescriptionProvide standardised artifact information to uniquely identify the corresponding bytes (perhaps not stored as a file).The
ICopyrightinterface represents a software copyright.An installable unit represents an atomic, indivisible unit of installable functionality in a provisioned system.Represents a fragment that contributes additional requirements, capabilities, and other properties to some host installable unit.An installable unit patch is an installable unit that alters the required capabilities of another installable unit.The
ILicenseinterface represents a software license.Describes a capability that is exposed by an installable unit.A requirement represents some external constraint on an
IInstallableUnit.ITouchpoint data instances contain the additional information needed by a touchpoint to execute each engine phase it participates in.A touchpoint instruction contains either a sequence of instruction statements to be executed during a particular engine phase, or some simple string value that is needed by a touchpoint to execute its phases.Identifies a particular touchpoint.An update descriptor is attached to an installable unit to describe what that installable unit is capable of acting as an update for.An interface representing a (id,version) pair.The IVersionFormat represents the Omni Version Format in compiled form.A key that can be used to extract a localized property for a specified LocaleA factory class for instantiating various p2 metadata objects.A description containing information about an installable unit.A description containing information about an installable unit fragment.A description containing information about an installable unit patch.A class that represents a Version in the Omni Version format.An object representing a (id,version) pair.Exception thrown when parsing Omni Version formats.This class represents a version range with Omni Version bounds.