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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.core.refactoring
Interface IJavaElementMapper


public interface IJavaElementMapper

An IJavaElementMapper provides methods to map an original elements to its refactored counterparts.

An IJavaElementMapper can be obtained via PlatformObject.getAdapter(Class).

Since:
1.1

Method Summary
  IJavaElement getRefactoredJavaElement ( IJavaElement element)
          Returns the refactored Java element for the given element.
 

Method Detail

getRefactoredJavaElement

IJavaElement getRefactoredJavaElement(
IJavaElement element)
Returns the refactored Java element for the given element. The returned Java element might not yet exist when the method is called.

Note that local variables cannot be mapped using this method.

Parameters:
element - the element to be refactored
Returns:
the refactored element for the given element

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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