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Creating a new fragment is easy using the New Fragment Project wizard From the File menu, select New > Project to launch the new project wizard (see Figure 16 8) On this first page of the wizard, select Plug-in Development > Fragment Project, followed by the Next button
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On the next page of the wizard (see Figure 16 9), enter the name of the project; in this case, it should be comqualityeclipsefavoritesnl1 , which is the same as the plug-in fragment identifier The Eclipse convention is to name a plug-in fragment project that contributes national language support to a base plug-in with the same name as the base plug-in plus the suffix nl1 Click the Next button
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The Fragment Content page (see Figure 16 10) provides fields to name the fragment, set its ID and version number, and identify the plug-in ID and version that it extends Use the Browse button to select the plug-in, if necessary In this case, you want to extend the existing comqualityeclipsefavorites plug-in (see Figure 16 11)
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Below the Plug-in ID field are the the Minimum Version and Maximum Version fields which can be used to specify which versions of the base plug-in that the fragment is compatible with By selecting the appropriate minimum and maximum versions and different combinations of inclusive and exclusive, the following compatibility levels may be achieved: Perfect means that the base plug-in exactly matches the supplied version number Equivalent means that the version may differ at the service or qualifier level Compatible means that plug-in may have a newer minor version number Greater or Equal means that the plug-in may have any newer version number This is the typical compatibility level that should be specified Enter 100 into the Minimum Version field, choose the Inclusive option and click the Finish button to complete the wizard and generate the fragment manifest file
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1632 Fragment manifest file
Double-clicking in the fragment manifest file, MANIFESTMF, will open the fragment manifest editor (see Figure 16 12) The editor looks very similar to the plug-in manifest editor with Overview, Dependencies, Runtime, Extension Points, etc pages
Figure 16 12 Fragment manifest editor
If you switch to the Runtime page (see Figure 16 13), you will see that nothing is included in the runtime classpath for the fragment Various files, such as translated HTML, XML, and INI files, are located in specially named subdirectories based on the associated locale (language and country combination) To get those directories to show up in the runtime classpath, click the New button to add a New Library entry to the list Right-click on that entry and Rename it to $nl$/ This is special syntax that will cause the system to substitute the correct classpath entry at runtime based on the current locale If the locale is set to Germany, for example, $nl$ would be substituted by de , and the de/ subdirectory would be added to the runtime path
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Next, let s switch to the MANIFESTMF page and take a look at the generated text:
Manifest-Version: 10 Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2 Bundle-Name: Favorites NLS Fragment Bundle-SymbolicName: comqualityeclipsefavoritesnl1 Bundle-Version: 100 Bundle-Vendor: QualityEclipse Fragment-Host: comqualityeclipsefavorites; bundle-version="100" Bundle-ClassPath: $nl$/
This source is very similar to what you would expect to see for a plug-in The first major difference is that fragments don t have their own plug-in lifecycle (they conform to the lifecycle of their associated plug-in), and thus, they don t need their own Bundle-Activator attribute The second difference is that
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the fragment does not declare any of its own dependencies (again, they are inherited from the associated plug-in) The interesting attributes relative to those found in full plug-ins are the
Fragment-Host and the bundle-version attributes The Fragment-Host identifies the plug-in that this fragment will extend The bundle-version
specifies the version of the target plug-in that this fragment expects to be able to extend Repeat this process to create a second fragment project named comqualityeclipsefavoriteshelpnl1 to contain Favorites help file translations