Class E4PartWrapper

All Implemented Interfaces:
IAdaptable, IExecutableExtension, IPersistable, IViewPart, IWorkbenchPart, IWorkbenchPart2, IWorkbenchPart3, IWorkbenchPartOrientation

public class E4PartWrapper extends ViewPart
  • Field Details

  • Method Details

    • getE4PartWrapper

      public static E4PartWrapper getE4PartWrapper(MPart part)
    • createPartControl

      public void createPartControl(Composite parent)
      Description copied from interface: IWorkbenchPart
      Creates the SWT controls for this workbench part.

      Clients should not call this method (the workbench calls this method when it needs to, which may be never).

      For implementors this is a multi-step process:

      1. Create one or more controls within the parent.
      2. Set the parent layout as needed.
      3. Register any global actions with the site's IActionBars.
      4. Register any context menus with the site.
      5. Register a selection provider with the site, to make it available to the workbench's ISelectionService (optional).
      Specified by:
      createPartControl in interface IWorkbenchPart
      Specified by:
      createPartControl in class WorkbenchPart
      parent - the parent control
    • notifyPartDirtyStatus

      public void notifyPartDirtyStatus()
    • setFocus

      public void setFocus()
      Description copied from interface: IWorkbenchPart
      Asks this part to take focus within the workbench. Parts must assign focus to one of the controls contained in the part's parent composite.

      Clients should not call this method (the workbench calls this method at appropriate times). To have the workbench activate a part, use IWorkbenchPage.activate(IWorkbenchPart) instead.

      Specified by:
      setFocus in interface IWorkbenchPart
      Specified by:
      setFocus in class WorkbenchPart
    • getAdapter

      public <T> T getAdapter(Class<T> adapter)
      Description copied from class: WorkbenchPart
      Returns an object which is an instance of the given class associated with this object. Returns null if no such object can be found.

      Clients may implement this method but should generally call Adapters.adapt(Object, Class, boolean) rather than invoking it directly. Subclasses may override this method (however, if they do so, they should invoke the method on their superclass to ensure that the Platform's adapter manager is consulted).

      Specified by:
      getAdapter in interface IAdaptable
      getAdapter in class WorkbenchPart
      Type Parameters:
      T - the class type
      adapter - the adapter class to look up
      a object of the given class, or null if this object does not have an adapter for the given class