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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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API Baselines Preferences

An API baseline defines the state you want to compare your development workspace bundles against for the purposes of binary compatibility, bundle version numbers, and @since tags. For example, if you are developing bundles for Eclipse 3.4, you could use Eclipse 3.3 as your baseline.

API baseline preference page


Option

Description

Default

Add Baseline... Allows you to add a new API baseline.  
Edit... Allows you to edit a selected API baseline.  
Remove Allows you to remove the selected API baseline(s).  
Missing API baseline This preference is used to notify you when the API builder is going to run and you do not have a default API baseline set. Warning

Related tasks

Setting up an API baseline

Related reference

API Errors and Warnings Preferences
Missing API Baseline Quickfix
API Baseline Wizard


 
 
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