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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.launching
Interface IVMInstall2

All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractVMInstall, VMStandin

public interface IVMInstall2

Optional extensions that may be implemented by an IVMInstall.

When an IVMInstall implements this interface, clients must call getVMArgs() in place of getVMArguments() and setVMArgs(String) in place of setVMArguments(String[]). This avoids the problem noted in bug 73493.

Additionally, this interface optionally provides the Java version associated with a VM install.

Clients that implement IVMInstall may additionally implement this interface. However, it is strongly recommended that clients subclass AbstractVMInstall instead, which already implements this interface, and will insulate clients from additional API additions in the future.

Since:
3.1

Method Summary
  String getJavaVersion ()
          Returns a string representing the java.version system property of this VM install, or null if unknown.
  String getVMArgs ()
          Returns VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, or null if none.
 void setVMArgs ( String vmArgs)
          Sets VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, possibly null.
 

Method Detail

getVMArgs

String getVMArgs()
Returns VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, or null if none.

Returns:
VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, or null if none

setVMArgs

void setVMArgs(
String vmArgs)
Sets VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, possibly null.

Parameters:
vmArgs - VM arguments to be used with this vm install whenever this VM is launched as a raw string, possibly null

getJavaVersion

String getJavaVersion()
Returns a string representing the java.version system property of this VM install, or null if unknown.

Returns:
a string representing the java.version system property of this VM install, or null if unknown.

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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