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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.core.filebuffers
Interface ISynchronizationContext


public interface ISynchronizationContext

A file buffer manager (see IFileBufferManageruses a ISynchronizationContext in order to execute commands encapsulated as Runnable . The synchronization context executes the Runnables according to a specific synchronization/execution policy. This could be that the given Runnable is executed in a specific thread or environment or adhere to specific timing constraints. The concrete characteristics of the policy is to be specified by the context implementer.

This interface can be implemented by clients. Clients use IFileBufferManager.setSynchronizationContext(ISynchronizationContext) to install a particular synchronization context with a file buffer manager.

Since:
3.0

Method Summary
 void run ( Runnable runnable)
          Executes the given runnable according to the specified synchronization/execution policy.
 

Method Detail

run

void run(
Runnable runnable)
Executes the given runnable according to the specified synchronization/execution policy.

Parameters:
runnable - the runnable to be executed

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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