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Mobile Tools for Java
Release 1.0

org.eclipse.mtj.core.sdk.device
Interface IDeviceImporter


public interface IDeviceImporter

Instances of IDeviceImporter are presented with a set of directories for which the instance may return one or more device instances. IDeviceImporters are provided to the system via the deviceImporter extension point.

MTJ provides 3 implementations for the deviceimporter E.P.. Bellow is the list of IDs:

  • org.eclipse.mtj.toolkit.uei.importer
  • responsible for importing devices for all UEI compatible SDK's.
  • org.eclipse.mtj.toolkit.mpowerplayer.importer
  • responsible for importing devices from the MPowerPlayer SDK.
  • org.eclipse.mtj.toolkit.microemu.importer
  • responsible for importing devices from the MicroEmu SDK.

Since:
1.0
See Also:
IDevice

Field Summary
static  String EXT_DEVICE_IMPORTERS
          The extension point for use in registering new device importers.
 
Method Summary
  List< IDevice> importDevices ( File directory, IProgressMonitor monitor)
          Return the fully configured device instances found in the specified directory or null if no devices are recognized by this importer in this directory.
 

Field Detail

EXT_DEVICE_IMPORTERS

static final 
String EXT_DEVICE_IMPORTERS
The extension point for use in registering new device importers.

See Also:
Constant Field Values
Method Detail

importDevices

List<
IDevice> importDevices(
File directory,
                            IProgressMonitor monitor)
                            throws CoreException,
                                   
InterruptedException
Return the fully configured device instances found in the specified directory or null if no devices are recognized by this importer in this directory.

Parameters:
directory - the directory in which the devices must be searched.
monitor - a progress monitor, or null if progress reporting is not desired.
Returns:
a list of devices instances imported from the specified directory or an empty list if no device was found.
Throws:
CoreException - if the device importer found an error occurred while searching for the devices.
InterruptedException - if the operation detects a request to cancel, using IProgressMonitor#isCanceled(), it should exit by throwing InterruptedException .

Mobile Tools for Java
Release 1.0


 
 
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