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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

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

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

Methods in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory that return IMemoryRenderingContainer
  IMemoryRenderingContainer IMemoryRenderingSite. getContainer ( String id)
          Returns the rendering container with the given id or null if none.
  IMemoryRenderingContainer AbstractMemoryRendering. getMemoryRenderingContainer ()
          Returns the container hosting this memory rendering.
  IMemoryRenderingContainer[] IMemoryRenderingSite. getMemoryRenderingContainers ()
          Returns all the memory rendering containers within this rendering site.

Methods in org.eclipse.debug.ui.memory with parameters of type IMemoryRenderingContainer
 void AbstractMemoryRendering. init ( IMemoryRenderingContainer container, IMemoryBlock block)
 void IMemoryRendering. init ( IMemoryRenderingContainer container, IMemoryBlock block)
          Initializes this rendering to be hosted in the given container, displaying the given memory block.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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