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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.compare.contentmergeviewer
Interface IDocumentRange

All Known Implementing Classes:
DocumentRangeNode, StructureRootNode

public interface IDocumentRange

Defines a subrange in a document.

It is used by text viewers that can work on a subrange of a document. For example, a text viewer for Java compilation units might use this to restrict the view to a single method.

Clients may implement this interface.

See Also:
TextMergeViewer, DocumentRangeNode

Field Summary
static  String RANGE_CATEGORY
          The position category typically used for an IDocumentRange position (value "DocumentRangeCategory").
 
Method Summary
  IDocument getDocument ()
          Returns the underlying document.
  Position getRange ()
          Returns a position that specifies a subrange in the underlying document, or null if this document range spans the whole underlying document.
 

Field Detail

RANGE_CATEGORY

static final 
String RANGE_CATEGORY
The position category typically used for an IDocumentRange position (value "DocumentRangeCategory").

Since:
2.0
See Also:
Constant Field Values
Method Detail

getDocument

IDocument getDocument()
Returns the underlying document.

Returns:
the underlying document

getRange

Position getRange()
Returns a position that specifies a subrange in the underlying document, or null if this document range spans the whole underlying document.

Returns:
a position that specifies a subrange in the underlying document, or null

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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