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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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Locations Tab

The Location Tab in the Edit Target Wizard is used to set the locations that provide the plug-ins included in the target definition. There are several types of locations, allowing for definitions to be constructed in different styles. Locations can also be edited on the Definition Page of the Target Editor.

Locations Tab

The locations in the target definition will be displayed in the list. Each type of location will have a different icon and text. If the target has been resolved the count of plug-ins will be displayed in blue (the number of plug-ins included from the Content Tab and the total number of plug-ins found. If there are problems resolving the target, they will be displayed underneath the location with the problem. The Show Plug-in Content option can be turned on to display the included plug-ins underneath each location.

Pressing Add will open the Add Location Wizard. It will provide a choice of location types to add. Selecting a location and pressing Edit will open a location type specific wizard to view and modify the location.

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Edit Target Wizard
Content Tab (Edit Target Wizard)
Environment Tab (Edit Target Wizard)
Arguments Tab (Edit Target Wizard)
Implicit Dependencies Tab (Edit Target Wizard)
Target Platform Preference Page
Target Editor
Add Location
Directory Location
Installation Location
Add Feature Locations
Edit Feature Location
Software Site Location
New Target Wizard
Move Target Wizard
Target Editor

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Target Definitions

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