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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

Packages that use IProgressMonitorWithBlocking
org.eclipse.core.runtime Provides support for the runtime platform, core utility methods and the extension registry. 
org.eclipse.jface.wizard Provides a framework for wizards. 

Uses of IProgressMonitorWithBlocking in org.eclipse.core.runtime

Classes in org.eclipse.core.runtime that implement IProgressMonitorWithBlocking
 class ProgressMonitorWrapper
          An abstract wrapper around a progress monitor which, unless overridden, forwards IProgressMonitor and IProgressMonitorWithBlocking methods to the wrapped progress monitor.
 class SubMonitor
          A progress monitor that uses a given amount of work ticks from a parent monitor.
 class SubProgressMonitor
          For new implementations consider using SubMonitor.

Uses of IProgressMonitorWithBlocking in org.eclipse.jface.wizard

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.wizard that implement IProgressMonitorWithBlocking
 class ProgressMonitorPart
          A standard implementation of an IProgressMonitor.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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