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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.ui.text.java
Interface IQuickFixProcessor


public interface IQuickFixProcessor

Interface to be implemented by contributors to the extension point org.eclipse.jdt.ui.quickFixProcessors.

Since 3.2, each extension specifies the marker types it can handle, and hasCorrections(ICompilationUnit, int) and getCorrections(IInvocationContext, IProblemLocation[]) are called if (and only if) quick fix is required for a problem of these types.

Note, if a extension does not specify marker types it will be only called for problem of type org.eclipse.jdt.core.problem, org.eclipse.jdt.core.buildpath_problem and org.eclipse.jdt.core.task; compatible with the behavior prior to 3.2

Since:
3.0

Method Summary
  IJavaCompletionProposal[] getCorrections ( IInvocationContext context, IProblemLocation[] locations)
          Collects corrections or code manipulations for the given context.
 boolean hasCorrections ( ICompilationUnit unit, int problemId)
          Returns true if the processor has proposals for the given problem.
 

Method Detail

hasCorrections

boolean hasCorrections(
ICompilationUnit unit,
                       int problemId)
Returns true if the processor has proposals for the given problem. This test should be an optimistic guess and be very cheap.

Parameters:
unit - the compilation unit
problemId - the problem Id. The id is of a problem of the problem type(s) this processor specified in the extension point.
Returns:
true if the processor has proposals for the given problem

getCorrections

IJavaCompletionProposal[] getCorrections(
IInvocationContext context,
                                         
IProblemLocation[] locations)
                                         throws 
CoreException
Collects corrections or code manipulations for the given context.

Parameters:
context - Defines current compilation unit, position and a shared AST
locations - Problems are the current location.
Returns:
the corrections applicable at the location or null if no proposals can be offered
Throws:
CoreException - CoreException can be thrown if the operation fails

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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