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RSE
Release 3.0

org.eclipse.rse.subsystems.shells.core.subsystems
Interface ICandidateCommand


public interface ICandidateCommand

This interface represents a candidate command. A candidate command is a command that can be run in a command subsystem. The command subsystem api, getCandidateCommands(), returns a list of candidate commands. The primary use of candidate commands is for command line content assist. Implement this interface to provide unique command candidates for a particular command subsystem.


Method Summary
  String getDescription ()
          Gets the description for a candidate command.
  ImageDescriptor getImageDescriptor ()
          Gets the image descriptor to display for a candidate command
  String getName ()
          Gets the name of the candidate command
  String getPath ()
          Gets the path for a candidate command
  String getType ()
          Gets the type of the candidate command.
 

Method Detail

getName

String getName()
Gets the name of the candidate command

Returns:
the name of the candidate command

getType

String getType()
Gets the type of the candidate command.

Returns:
the type of the command

getDescription

String getDescription()
Gets the description for a candidate command.

Returns:
the description of the command

getImageDescriptor

ImageDescriptor getImageDescriptor()
Gets the image descriptor to display for a candidate command

Returns:
the image descriptor for the command

getPath

String getPath()
Gets the path for a candidate command

Returns:
the path of the command if one exists

RSE
Release 3.0

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