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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Compare support

If your plug-in defines and manipulates its own resource types, you may have special requirements for comparing resources.  Resources are often compared when working with local history or with files from a repository.  The compare plug-in supports merging of multiple content streams and the implementation of advanced compare views. Services provided by this plug-in include:

  • Interfaces for merging multiple text streams into a single output stream
  • Two and three-way compare and merge components for hierarchical structures inferred from text
  • Differencing engines for hierarchical structures and character ranges in text

These services are used in the platform to assist with user tasks such as integrating patch files and comparing/merging the workspace with local history.

Compare viewers

All compare viewers are standard JFace viewers that expect an input object implementing the ICompareInput interface.

Compare viewers are said to be content-oriented if they compare flat inputs such as text or images and structure-oriented if they compare hierarchically structured input elements.


 
 
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