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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.debug.core.model
Interface ILaunchConfigurationDelegate

All Known Subinterfaces:
ILaunchConfigurationDelegate2
All Known Implementing Classes:
LaunchConfigurationDelegate

public interface ILaunchConfigurationDelegate

A launch configuration delegate performs launching for a specific type of launch configuration. A launch configuration delegate is defined by the delegate attribute of a launchConfigurationType extension.

This interface is intended to be implemented by clients.

Since:
2.0
See Also:
ILaunchConfigurationType, ILaunchConfiguration

Method Summary
 void launch ( ILaunchConfiguration configuration, String mode, ILaunch launch, IProgressMonitor monitor)
          Launches the given configuration in the specified mode, contributing debug targets and/or processes to the given launch object.
 

Method Detail

launch

void launch(
ILaunchConfiguration configuration,
            
String mode,
            
ILaunch launch,
            
IProgressMonitor monitor)
            throws 
CoreException
Launches the given configuration in the specified mode, contributing debug targets and/or processes to the given launch object. The launch object has already been registered with the launch manager.

Parameters:
configuration - the configuration to launch
mode - the mode in which to launch, one of the mode constants defined by ILaunchManager - RUN_MODE or DEBUG_MODE.
monitor - progress monitor, or null progress monitor, or null. A cancelable progress monitor is provided by the Job framework. It should be noted that the setCanceled(boolean) method should never be called on the provided monitor or the monitor passed to any delegates from this method; due to a limitation in the progress monitor framework using the setCanceled method can cause entire workspace batch jobs to be canceled, as the canceled flag is propagated up the top-level parent monitor. The provided monitor is not guaranteed to have been started.
launch - the launch object to contribute processes and debug targets to
Throws:
CoreException - if launching fails

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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