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EclipseJDT Plug-in Developer Guide
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Incompatibilities between Eclipse JDT 3.1 and 3.2

Eclipse changed in incompatible ways between 3.1 and 3.2 in ways that affect plug-ins. The following entries describe the areas that changed and provide instructions for migrating 3.1 plug-ins to 3.2. Note that you only need to look here if you are experiencing problems running your 3.1 plug-in on 3.2.

  1. API contract changes to IJavaReferenceType

1. API contract changes to IJavaReferenceType

What is affected: Clients that call IJavaReferenceType.getClassLoaderObject().

Description: In Eclipse 3.1, the method org.eclipse.jdt.debug.core.IJavaReferenceType.getClassLoaderObject() was added to IJavaReferenceType. The method was not specified to return null, but could. In Eclipse 3.2, the specification has been updated to indicate that null is a valid return value. The behavior of the method has not changed, but callers should be aware that null can be returned and should add appropriate checks.

Action required: Clients calling IJavaReferenceType.getClassLoaderObject() should be modified to handle null as a return value.


 
 
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