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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Package org.eclipse.core.commands.common

Application programming interfaces for common base classes.

See:
           Description

Interface Summary
IIdentifiable An object that is unique identifiable based on the combination of its class and its identifier.
 

Class Summary
AbstractBitSetEvent An event that carries with it two or more boolean values.
AbstractHandleObjectEvent An event fired from a NamedHandleObject.
AbstractNamedHandleEvent An event fired from a NamedHandleObject.
EventManager A manager to which listeners can be attached.
HandleObject An object that can exist in one of two states: defined and undefined.
HandleObjectManager A manager of HandleObject instances.
NamedHandleObject A handle object that carries with it a name and a description.
NamedHandleObjectComparator Comparator for instances of NamedHandleObject for display to an end user.
 

Exception Summary
CommandException Signals that an exception occured within the command architecture.
NotDefinedException Signals that an attempt was made to access the properties of an undefined object.
 

Package org.eclipse.core.commands.common Description

Application programming interfaces for common base classes.

Package Specification

This package provides some common base classes and exceptions that are used in one or more packages elsewhere. Nothing in this package is intended to be directly subclassed, or used. The code here only supports code in other packages.


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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