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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.debug.core
Interface ILaunchMode


public interface ILaunchMode

A launch mode. The debug platform contributes launch modes for run, debug, and profile. Clients may contribute additional launch modes in plug-in XML via the launchModes extension point.

Following is an example launch mode contribution for profiling. A launch mode has an unique identifier specified by the mode attribute and a human readable label specified by the label attribute.

  <extension point="org.eclipse.debug.core.launchModes">
   <launchMode
    mode="profile"
    label="Profile">
   </launchMode>
  </extension>
 

Since:
3.0
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be extended by clients.

Method Summary
  String getIdentifier ()
          Returns the unique identifier for this launch mode.
  String getLabel ()
          Returns a human readable label for this launch mode.
  String getLaunchAsLabel ()
          Returns a human readable label for this launch mode when used in a cascade menu.
 

Method Detail

getIdentifier

String getIdentifier()
Returns the unique identifier for this launch mode.

Returns:
the unique identifier for this launch mode

getLabel

String getLabel()
Returns a human readable label for this launch mode.

Returns:
a human readable label for this launch mode

getLaunchAsLabel

String getLaunchAsLabel()
Returns a human readable label for this launch mode when used in a cascade menu. For example, "Run As". Allows the label to be properly externalized.

A new attribute has been added the the launch mode extension in 3.2 to specify this label. When unspecified a default label is generated by concatenation, for backwards compatibility.

Returns:
human readable label for this launch mode when used in a cascade menu
Since:
3.2

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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