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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Uses of Class
org.eclipse.jdt.core.search.SearchPattern

Packages that use SearchPattern
org.eclipse.jdt.core.search Provides support for searching the workspace Java elements that match a particular description. 
 

Uses of SearchPattern in org.eclipse.jdt.core.search
 

Methods in org.eclipse.jdt.core.search that return SearchPattern
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createAndPattern ( SearchPattern leftPattern, SearchPattern rightPattern)
          Deprecated. Unfortunately, this functionality is not fully supported yet (see "https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=142044" for more details). This might be done in a further version...
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createOrPattern ( SearchPattern leftPattern, SearchPattern rightPattern)
          Returns a search pattern that combines the given two patterns into an "or" pattern.
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createPattern ( IJavaElement element, int limitTo)
          Returns a search pattern based on a given Java element.
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createPattern ( IJavaElement element, int limitTo, int matchRule)
          Returns a search pattern based on a given Java element.
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createPattern ( String stringPattern, int searchFor, int limitTo, int matchRule)
          Returns a search pattern based on a given string pattern.
  SearchPattern SearchPattern. currentPattern ()
           
abstract   SearchPattern SearchPattern. getBlankPattern ()
          Returns a blank pattern that can be used as a record to decode an index key.
 

Methods in org.eclipse.jdt.core.search with parameters of type SearchPattern
 void SearchPattern. acceptMatch ( String relativePath, String containerPath, char separator, SearchPattern pattern, org.eclipse.jdt.internal.core.search.IndexQueryRequestor requestor, SearchParticipant participant, IJavaSearchScope scope)
           
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createAndPattern ( SearchPattern leftPattern, SearchPattern rightPattern)
          Deprecated. Unfortunately, this functionality is not fully supported yet (see "https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=142044" for more details). This might be done in a further version...
static  SearchPattern SearchPattern. createOrPattern ( SearchPattern leftPattern, SearchPattern rightPattern)
          Returns a search pattern that combines the given two patterns into an "or" pattern.
abstract  void SearchParticipant. locateMatches ( SearchDocument[] documents, SearchPattern pattern, IJavaSearchScope scope, SearchRequestor requestor, IProgressMonitor monitor)
          Locates the matches in the given documents using the given search pattern and search scope, and reports them to the givenn search requestor.
 boolean SearchPattern. matchesDecodedKey ( SearchPattern decodedPattern)
          Returns whether this pattern matches the given pattern (representing a decoded index key).
 void SearchEngine. search ( SearchPattern pattern, SearchParticipant[] participants, IJavaSearchScope scope, SearchRequestor requestor, IProgressMonitor monitor)
          Searches for matches of a given search pattern.
abstract   IPath[] SearchParticipant. selectIndexes ( SearchPattern query, IJavaSearchScope scope)
          Returns the collection of index locations to consider when performing the given search query in the given scope.
 


Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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