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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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Fragment Content

The Fragment Content wizard page allows you to customize the fragment properties and specify the fragment host.

Fragment Content

Plug-in Properties

A Fragment ID is mandatory and must comply with the plugin.dtd. It is recommended - but not mandatory - for the fragment ID to match the project name.

A Fragment Version is mandatory and must be of the form major.minor.micro.qualifier (e.g. 1.3.0).

A Fragment Name is the translatable presentation name of the fragment. This field is required.

A Fragment Provider is the translatable name of the fragment provider. This field is optional.

Execution Environment refers to the required execution environment (symbolic representation of a JRE) of your plug-in. This field is optional but recommended to be set.

Host Plug-in

A fragment must specify a host plug-in that it will add functionality to and the host version range that it requires.

The host Plug-in ID must refer to the ID of a plug-in that already exists in the workspace or the target.

The host Minimum Version and Maximum Version are of the form major.minor.micro.qualifier.





 
 
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