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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.link

Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse text editor's linked position support.

See:
           Description

Interface Summary
ILinkedModeListener Protocol used by LinkedModeModels to communicate state changes, such as leaving linked mode, suspending it due to a child mode coming up, and resuming after a child mode has left.
LinkedModeUI.IExitPolicy An exit policy can be registered by a caller to get custom exit behavior.
LinkedModeUI.ILinkedModeUIFocusListener Listener that gets notified when the linked mode UI switches its focus position.
 

Class Summary
InclusivePositionUpdater Position updater that considers any change in [p.offset, p.offset + p.length] of a Position p as belonging to the position.
LinkedModeModel The model for linked mode, umbrellas several LinkedPositionGroups.
LinkedModeUI The UI for linked mode.
LinkedModeUI.ExitFlags Exit flags returned if a custom exit policy wants to exit linked mode.
LinkedModeUI.LinkedModeUITarget A link target consists of a viewer and gets notified if the linked mode UI on it is being shown.
LinkedPosition A Position on a document that knows which document it is registered with and has a sequence number for tab stops.
LinkedPositionGroup A group of positions in multiple documents that are simultaneously modified - if one gets edited, all other positions in a group are edited the same way.
ProposalPosition LinkedPosition with added completion proposals.
 

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.link Description

Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse text editor's linked position support.

Linked Position Infrastructure

package org.eclipse.jface.text.link

The Linked Position Infrastructure lets one set up a mode in an editor in which regions in a document (or several documents) are linked, i.e. editions of one linked position will be reflected in the others.

Classes

  • LinkedPositionGroup: a set of linked positions. Add positions to a group using the addPosition method. See LinkedPosition and ProposalPosition for a position type that lets one attach ICompletionProposals to be shown when the position is hit.
  • LinkedModeModel: umbrellas several LinkedPositionGroups, e.g. in a template that has several groups of linked positions. Handles the forwarding of updates received via an IDocumentListener. Add LinkedPositionGroups to an model using the addGroup method. Existence of a LinkedModeModel can be tested by one of the static methods.
  • LinkedModeUI: The UI for linked mode (for one model, to be precise). Monitors key etc. activity, monitors exit conditions, creates a painter etc.
    Properties:
    • cycling mode (whether to jump to the first position after the last): either of CYCLE_ALWAYS, CYCLE_NEVER and CYCLE_WHEN_NO_PARENT (default).
    • exit position: where to jump upon leaving the linked mode (e.g. using Enter, or Tab from the last position when not cycling). Set isTabStop to true if tabbing should stop over when cycling.
    • position listener: extending classes may register a position listener which will get notified whenever the focus position changes. An example is org.eclipse.ui.texteditor.link.EditorLinkedModeUI.EditorHistoryUpdater which will store the edit location in the editor navigation history.

Example

        IDocument doc1, doc2;
        ITextViewer viewer1, viewer2;

        /* create groups - this step is independent of the linked mode */
        LinkedPositionGroup group1= new LinkedPositionGroup();
        group1.addPosition(new LinkedPosition(doc1, 3, 4));
        group1.addPosition(new LinkedPosition(doc1, 7, 8));

        LinkedPositionGroup group2= new LinkedPositionGroup();
        group2.addPosition(new LinkedPosition(doc1, 15, 25));
        group2.addPosition(new LinkedPosition(doc2, 0, 10));

        /* set up linked mode */
        LinkedModeModel model= new LinkedModeModel();
        model.addGroup(group1);
        model.addGroup(group2);
        model.forceInstall();

        /* create UI */
        LinkedModeUI ui= new LinkedModeUI(model, new ITextViewer[] { viewer1, viewer2 });
        ui.enter();


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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