Uses of Class

Packages that use Viewer
Provides support for performing structural and textual compare operations on arbitrary data and displaying the results.
Support for compare and merge viewers which show the content side-by-side.
Provides support for finding and displaying the differences between hierarchically structured data.
Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points.
Provides classes that can be used to observe the JFace Viewer framework.
Provides a framework for preferences.
Provides a framework for creating and manipulating text documents.
Provides a framework for connecting document regions with annotations and for displaying those.
This package provides the UI part for projection documents of which the most important part is the projection viewer.
Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets.
Provides a framework for viewers that handle deferred contents.
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.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse console.
Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
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 the standard Resource Navigator view which presents the tree of resources in the workspace.