Classes for the creation of workbench parts that integrate with the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Package SpecificationA workbench part is a visual component within a workbench page. There are two types: view and editor, as defined by
IEditorPart. An editor is typically used to edit
or browse a document or input object. A view is typically used to
navigate a hierarchy of information (like the workspace), open an editor,
or display properties for the active editor. This package provides
a base implementation for the definition of views and editors.
ClassDescriptionA AbstractMultiEditor is a composite of editors.Handles the redirection of the global actions Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Select All, Find, Undo and Redo to either the current inline cell editor or the part's supplied action handler.A group marker used by EditorActionBars to delineate CoolItem groups.Implements a simple web style navigation metaphor for a
DrillDownCompositeimplements a simple web style navigation metaphor.Standard implementation of
EditorInputTransferclass is used to transfer an
IEditorInputand corresponding editorId from one part to another in a drag and drop operation.Abstract base implementation of all workbench editors.Adapter for making a file resource a suitable input for an editor.Factory for saving and restoring a
FileEditorInput.Adapter for making a file resource a suitable input for an in-place editor.This interface is used to identify workbench views which allow other parts (typically the active part) to supply their contents.Interface for actions supplied by extensions to the org.eclipse.ui.dropActions extension point.Abstract base implementation of an intro part.This interface has been replaced by
IPageBookViewPagebut is preserved for backward compatibility.Interface for a page in a pagebook view.The primary interface between a page and the outside world.Interface for views which support reveal and select.Parts which need to provide a particular context to a Show In... target can provide this interface.This interface must be provided by Show In targets (parts listed in the Show In prompter).Show In sources which need to provide additional entries to the Show In list of targets can provide this interface.The IWorkbenchPartOrientation is the interface that defines the orientation of the part.A
MarkerTransferis used to transfer an array of
IMarkers from one part to another in a drag and drop operation.A message page display a message in a pagebook view.A MultiEditor is a composite of editors.The colors used to draw the title bar of the inner editorsImplements an input for a
AbstractMultiEditor.Abstract base class for managing the installation/deinstallation of global actions for multi-page editors.A multi-page editor is an editor with multiple pages, each of which may contain an editor or an arbitrary SWT control.Site for a nested editor within a multi-page editor.Manages the current selection in a multi-page editor by tracking the active nested editor within the multi-page editor.Abstract base superclass for pages in a pagebook view.A pagebook is a composite control where only a single control is visible at a time.Abstract superclass of all multi-page workbench views.A data structure used to store the information about a single page within a pagebook view.This implementation of
IPageSiteprovides a site for a page within a
PageBookView.Provides the implementation for switching pages in a view.Adapter for adding handling of the
PluginTransferdrag and drop transfer type to a drop action.This class can be used to transfer an instance of
PluginTransferDatabetween two parts in a workbench in a drag and drop operation.Record for transferring data during a drag and drop operation between different plug-ins.The
ResourceTransferclass is used to transfer an array of
IResources from one part to another in a drag and drop operation or a cut, copy, paste action.Carries the context for the Show In action.Abstract base implementation of all workbench views.Abstract base implementation of all workbench parts.