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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

Packages that use IMemoryRendering
org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory Provides classes and interfaces to render memory blocks in the memory view. 

Uses of IMemoryRendering in org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.views.memory.renderings

Classes in org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.views.memory.renderings that implement IMemoryRendering
 class org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.views.memory.renderings.AbstractBaseTableRendering
          Internal base class to allow AbstractTableRendering and AbstractAsyncTableRendering to share actions and dialogs.

Uses of IMemoryRendering in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory

Subinterfaces of IMemoryRendering in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory
 interface IRepositionableMemoryRendering
          A memory rendering that can be repositioned.
 interface IResettableMemoryRendering
          A memory rendering that can be reset.

Classes in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory that implement IMemoryRendering
 class AbstractMemoryRendering
          Abstract implementation of a memory rendering.
 class AbstractTableRendering
          Abstract implementation of a table rendering.
 class AbstractTextRendering
          Abstract implementation of a rendering that translates memory into text, displayed in a table.

Methods in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory that return IMemoryRendering
  IMemoryRendering IMemoryRenderingType. createRendering ()
          Creates and returns a new rendering of this type or null if none.
  IMemoryRendering IMemoryRenderingTypeDelegate. createRendering ( String id)
          Creates and returns a rendering of the specified type, or null if none.
  IMemoryRendering IMemoryRenderingContainer. getActiveRendering ()
          Returns the active rendering in this container, or null if none.
  IMemoryRendering MemoryRenderingElement. getRendering ()
          Returns the memory rendering in which bytes are being rendered.
  IMemoryRendering[] IMemoryRenderingContainer. getRenderings ()
          Returns all renderings currently hosted by this container.
  IMemoryRendering IMemoryRenderingSynchronizationService. getSynchronizationProvider ()
          Returns the rendering currently providing synchronization information for this synchronization service, or null

Methods in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory with parameters of type IMemoryRendering
 void IMemoryRenderingContainer. addMemoryRendering ( IMemoryRendering rendering)
          Adds the given rendering to this container.
 void IMemoryRenderingContainer. removeMemoryRendering ( IMemoryRendering rendering)
          Removes the given rendering from this container.
 void IMemoryRenderingSynchronizationService. setSynchronizationProvider ( IMemoryRendering rendering)
          Sets the rendering currently providing sychronization information for this synchronization service, or null if none.

Constructors in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory with parameters of type IMemoryRendering
MemoryRenderingElement ( IMemoryRendering rendering, BigInteger address, MemoryByte[] bytes)
          Constructs a new memory rendering element for the given rendering and specified bytes.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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