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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Package
org.eclipse.core.runtime.model

Packages that use org.eclipse.core.runtime.model
org.eclipse.core.runtime.model Provides core support for the modeling plug-ins and the plug-in registry. 
 

Classes in org.eclipse.core.runtime.model used by org.eclipse.core.runtime.model
ConfigurationElementModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
ConfigurationPropertyModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
ExtensionModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
ExtensionPointModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
Factory
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
LibraryModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginDescriptorModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginFragmentModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginModelObject
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginPrerequisiteModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
PluginRegistryModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
URLModel
          Deprecated. In Eclipse 3.0 the runtime was refactored and all non-essential elements removed. This class provides facilities primarily intended for tooling. As such it has been removed and no directly substitutable API provided.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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