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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Package
org.eclipse.ui.progress

Packages that use org.eclipse.ui.progress
org.eclipse.debug.ui Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points. 
org.eclipse.ui Application programming interfaces for interaction with and extension of the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
org.eclipse.ui.dialogs Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
org.eclipse.ui.progress Application programming interfaces for interaction with and extension of the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
 

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.progress used by org.eclipse.debug.ui
IDeferredWorkbenchAdapter
          This adapter interface provides support for lazy initialization of UI workbench elements that are displayed visually.
IElementCollector
          IElementCollector is a type that allows for the incremental update of a collection of objects.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.progress used by org.eclipse.ui
IJobRunnable
          Interface for runnables that can be run as jobs.
IProgressService
          The progress service is the primary interface to the workbench progress support.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.progress used by org.eclipse.ui.dialogs
WorkbenchJob
          WorkbenchJob is a type of job that implements a done listener and does the shutdown checks before scheduling.
 

Classes in org.eclipse.ui.progress used by org.eclipse.ui.progress
IDeferredWorkbenchAdapter
          This adapter interface provides support for lazy initialization of UI workbench elements that are displayed visually.
IElementCollector
          IElementCollector is a type that allows for the incremental update of a collection of objects.
IProgressService
          The progress service is the primary interface to the workbench progress support.
PendingUpdateAdapter
          The PendingUpdateAdapter is a convenience object that can be used by a BaseWorkbenchContentProvider that wants to show a pending update.
UIJob
          The UIJob is a Job that runs within the UI Thread via an asyncExec.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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