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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class

Packages that use Preferences
org.eclipse.ant.core Provides support for running the Ant build tool in the platform. 
org.eclipse.core.runtime Provides support for the runtime platform, core utility methods and the extension registry. 
org.eclipse.ui.editors.text Provides a standard text editor and concrete document providers based IFileBuffer and others directly handling IFile and IStorage as editor input. 

Uses of Preferences in org.eclipse.ant.core

Methods in org.eclipse.ant.core with parameters of type Preferences
protected   Property[] AntCorePreferences. extractProperties ( Preferences prefs, String[] properties)
protected   Task[] AntCorePreferences. extractTasks ( Preferences prefs, String[] tasks)
protected   Type[] AntCorePreferences. extractTypes ( Preferences prefs, String[] types)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updateAdditionalEntries ( Preferences prefs)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updateAntHomeEntries ( Preferences prefs)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updateProperties ( Preferences prefs)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updatePropertyFiles ( Preferences prefs)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updateTasks ( Preferences prefs)
protected  void AntCorePreferences. updateTypes ( Preferences prefs)

Uses of Preferences in org.eclipse.core.runtime

Methods in org.eclipse.core.runtime that return Preferences
  Preferences Plugin. getPluginPreferences ()
          Deprecated. Replaced by IEclipsePreferences. Preferences are now stored according to scopes in the IPreferencesService. The return value of this method corresponds to a combination of the InstanceScope and the DefaultScope. To set preferences for your plug-in, use new InstanceScope().getNode(<&yourPluginId>). To set default preferences for your plug-in, use new DefaultScope().getNode(<yourPluginId>). To lookup an integer preference value for your plug-in, use Platform.getPreferencesService().getInt(<yourPluginId>, <preferenceKey>, <defaultValue>, null). Similar methods exist on IPreferencesService for obtaining other kinds of preference values (strings, booleans, etc).

Uses of Preferences in org.eclipse.ui.editors.text

Methods in org.eclipse.ui.editors.text that return Preferences
static  Preferences EditorsUI. getPluginPreferences ()
          Deprecated. As of 3.5, replaced by EditorsUI.getPreferenceStore()

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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