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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Package
org.eclipse.jface.menus

Packages that use org.eclipse.jface.menus
org.eclipse.jface.menus Provides support for trim specification. 
org.eclipse.ui.menus Provides the public API and default implementation for contributing menu and toolbars to the menu service. 
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.menus used by org.eclipse.jface.menus
IWidget
           Provides a hook by which third-party code can contribute SWT widgets to a menu, tool bar or status line.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.menus used by org.eclipse.ui.menus
AbstractTrimWidget
          This extension to the IWidget interface allows clients adding elements to the trim to receive notifications if the User moves the widget to another trim area.
IWidget
           Provides a hook by which third-party code can contribute SWT widgets to a menu, tool bar or status line.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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