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Eclipse GMF Guide
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Runtime

Package org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.gef.ui.figures

Provides a set of classes that extend from the org.eclipse.draw2d hierarchies for rendering, geometric manipulation and layout of figures on the drawing surface.

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           Description

Class Summary
DefaultSizeNodeFigure A node figure that ensures a minimum preferred size (called the default size) Extend this class if your node figure wants to ensure a minimum preferred size regardless of what the layout manager is calculating
NodeFigure Base class that most shape figures should extend from to gain default connection anchor behavior.
SlidableAnchor Provides the implementation of Slidable anchor
SlidableImageAnchor Implements sliding connection anchor functionality for Image figures
SlidableOvalAnchor  
WrapperNodeFigure Wrapper NodeFigure figure to contain other figures, which may have different borders.
 

Package org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.gef.ui.figures Description

Provides a set of classes that extend from the org.eclipse.draw2d hierarchies for rendering, geometric manipulation and layout of figures on the drawing surface.

These classes can be used when constructing your figures for display. These figures will typically have a GEF dependency which is why they cannot be placed in the pure draw2D.ui plug-in. The dependency is usually caused by the org.eclipse.gef.handles.HandleBounds interface which needs to be installed on top level figures in order to accurately calculate the bounding box that the handle feedback needs to attach to.


Runtime

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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