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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.source.projection

This package provides the UI part for projection documents of which the most important part is the projection viewer.


Interface Summary
IProjectionListener Implementers registered with a ProjectionViewer get informed when the projection mode of the viewer gets enabled and when it gets disabled.
IProjectionPosition An IProjectionPosition is a position that is associated with a ProjectionAnnotation and that is able to compute its collapsed regions.

Class Summary
AnnotationBag A bag of annotations.
ProjectionAnnotation Annotation used to represent the projection of a master document onto a ProjectionDocument.
ProjectionAnnotationModel A projection annotation model.
ProjectionSupport Supports the configuration of projection capabilities a ProjectionViewer.
ProjectionViewer A projection source viewer is a source viewer which supports multiple visible regions which can dynamically be changed.

Package org.eclipse.jface.text.source.projection Description

This package provides the UI part for projection documents of which the most important part is the projection viewer. A projection viewer is a text viewer that allows to expand and collapse folded regions defined by a projection document. This package also introduces a projection annotation model, projection annotations. The projection viewer offers support to show a summary for a folded region.

Package Specification

ProjectionViewer is a specialized SourceViewer that can display line-based folding based on a ProjectionDocument. To do this it uses supporting classes like IProjectionListener, IProjectionPosition, ProjectionAnnotation and others.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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