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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Team - Local History Synchronize Participant Example

Introduction

The Local History Synchronize Participant example illustrates how to intergate a participant into the synchronize view. It covers such things as:

  • Creating a simple subscriber for accessing the local history
  • Creating a synchronize particpant
  • Adding a cusotm action to a particpant
  • Showing custom label decorations
  • Add a synchronize wizard

Running the example

To start using this example, open the Team Synchronizing perspective, click on the global Synchronize toolbar action and choose Synchronize with Latest from Local History. A more detailed look at this example is available in the Local History Synchronization Example guide section.


 
 
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