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Runtime

org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.ui.services.properties
Interface IPropertiesProvider

All Superinterfaces:
IProvider
All Known Implementing Classes:
GenericEMFPropertiesProvider, PropertiesService

public interface IPropertiesProvider
extends IProvider

A IPropertiesProvider object. Each such provider contributes a set of properties as ICompositePropertySource object for the given target. All contributions from such providers will be assembled by the properties service into a property source object.


Method Summary
  ICompositePropertySource getPropertySource (java.lang.Object object)
          A call to contribute a set of properties as ICompositePropertySource object for the given target.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core.service. IProvider
addProviderChangeListener, provides, removeProviderChangeListener
 

Method Detail

getPropertySource

ICompositePropertySource getPropertySource(java.lang.Object object)
A call to contribute a set of properties as ICompositePropertySource object for the given target. This contribution will be appended to the properties contributed by other providers.

Parameters:
object - - target of the properties
Returns:
- properties contributed by this provider

Runtime

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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