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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.projection

This package provides an implementation of projection documents.


Class Summary
ChildDocument Implementation of a child document based on ProjectionDocument.
ChildDocumentManager Implementation of a child document manager based on ProjectionDocumentManager.
Fragment Internal class.
ProjectionDocument A ProjectionDocument represents a projection of its master document.
ProjectionDocumentEvent This event is sent out by an ProjectionDocumentwhen it is manipulated.
ProjectionDocumentManager A ProjectionDocumentManager is one particular implementation of ISlaveDocumentManager.
ProjectionMapping Internal class.
Segment Internal class.

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.projection Description

This package provides an implementation of projection documents. Projection is a specific master/slave mapping. Non-overlapping fragments if a master document form the segments of a slave document. The slave document is completely built out of segments, i.e. there are no gaps between two neighboring segments. The segments have exactly the same sequence in which they apprear as fragments in the master document.

Package Specification

ProjectionDocument is custom IDocument implementation that uses a ProjectionTextStore. The content of the ProjectionDocument is defined by the ProjectionMapping. The ProjectionDocumentManager manages the life cycle of ProjectionDocuments and their relation to their master documents.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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