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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Interface

Packages that use IInputSelectionProvider Support for compare and merge viewers which show the content side-by-side. Provides support for finding and displaying the differences between hierarchically structured data. 
org.eclipse.jface.text Provides a framework for creating and manipulating text documents. 
org.eclipse.jface.text.source Provides a framework for connecting document regions with annotations and for displaying those. 
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. 
org.eclipse.jface.viewers Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets. Classes and interface required to contribute search dialog pages and search result view pages. 
org.eclipse.ui.console Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse console. 
org.eclipse.ui.dialogs Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
org.eclipse.ui.navigator Provides the Common Navigator framework. 

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in

Classes in that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class ContentMergeViewer
          An abstract compare and merge viewer with two side-by-side content areas and an optional content area for the ancestor.
 class TextMergeViewer
          A text merge viewer uses the RangeDifferencer to perform a textual, line-by-line comparison of two (or three) input documents.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in

Classes in that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class DiffTreeViewer
          A tree viewer that works on objects implementing the IDiffContainer and IDiffElement interfaces.
 class StructureDiffViewer
          A diff tree viewer that can be configured with a IStructureCreator to retrieve a hierarchical structure from the input object (an ICompareInput) and perform a two-way or three-way compare on it.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.jface.text

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.text that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class TextViewer
          SWT based implementation of ITextViewer and its extension interfaces.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.jface.text.source

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.text.source that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class SourceViewer
          SWT based implementation of ISourceViewer and its extension interfaces.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.jface.text.source.projection

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.text.source.projection that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class ProjectionViewer
          A projection source viewer is a source viewer which supports multiple visible regions which can dynamically be changed.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.jface.viewers

Classes in org.eclipse.jface.viewers that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class AbstractListViewer
          Abstract base class for viewers that contain lists of items (such as a combo or list).
 class AbstractTableViewer
          This is a widget independent class implementors of Table like widgets can use to provide a viewer on top of their widget implementations.
 class AbstractTreeViewer
          Abstract base implementation for tree-structure-oriented viewers (trees and table trees).
 class CheckboxTableViewer
          A concrete viewer based on an SWT Table control with checkboxes on each node.
 class CheckboxTreeViewer
          A concrete tree-structured viewer based on an SWT Tree control with checkboxes on each node.
 class ColumnViewer
          The ColumnViewer is the abstract superclass of viewers that have columns (e.g., AbstractTreeViewer and AbstractTableViewer).
 class ComboViewer
          A concrete viewer based either on an SWT Combo control or CCombo control.
 class ContentViewer
          A content viewer is a model-based adapter on a widget which accesses its model by means of a content provider and a label provider.
 class ListViewer
          A concrete viewer based on an SWT List control.
 class StructuredViewer
          Abstract base implementation for structure-oriented viewers (trees, lists, tables).
 class TableTreeViewer
          Deprecated. As of 3.1 use TreeViewer instead
 class TableViewer
          A concrete viewer based on a SWT Table control.
 class TreeViewer
          A concrete viewer based on an SWT Tree control.
 class Viewer
          A viewer is a model-based adapter on a widget.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in

Methods in with parameters of type IInputSelectionProvider
 void IContextMenuContributor. fill ( IMenuManager menu, IInputSelectionProvider inputProvider)
          Deprecated. Contributes menu items to the given context menu appropriate for the given selection.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.ui.console

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.console that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class TextConsoleViewer
          Default viewer used to display a TextConsole.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class ContainerCheckedTreeViewer
          CheckboxTreeViewer with special behaviour of the checked / gray state on container (non-leaf) nodes: The grayed state is used to visualize the checked state of its children.

Uses of IInputSelectionProvider in org.eclipse.ui.navigator

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.navigator that implement IInputSelectionProvider
 class CommonViewer
          Provides the Tree Viewer for the Common Navigator.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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