Figure 1 EditorPart classes in Java

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Figure 1 EditorPart classes
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Editors are contained in an orgeclipseuiIEditorSite, which are in turn contained in an orgeclipseuiIWorkbenchPage In the spirit of lazy ini-
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Editor Declaration
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tialization, the IWorkbenchPage holds on to instances of
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orgeclipseuiIEditorReference
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rather than the editor itself so that editors
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can be enumerated and referenced without actually loading the plug-in defining the editor Editors share a common set of behavior with views via the
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orgeclipseuipartWorkbenchPart orgeclipseuiIWorkbenchPart
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superclass and the
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interface, but have some very important dif-
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ferences Editors follow the classic open modify save paradigm whereas any action performed in a view should immediately affect the state of the workspace and underlying resource(s) Editors appear in one area of Eclipse while views are arranged around the outside of the editor area Editors are typically resource based, while views may show information about one resource, multiple resources, or even something totally unrelated to resources at all, such as available memory, network status or builder errors
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81 EDITOR DECLARATION
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There are two parts involved in creating a new editor:
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TT 8 Editors
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define the editor in the plug-in manifest file create the editor part containing the code
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One way to do all of this at once is to create the editor when the plug-in is being created similarly to the way that views can be created (see Section 223) If the plug-in already exists, then this becomes a two-step process
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Editor Declaration
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Figure 8-2 Editor declaration in Plug-in manifest
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The first step in creating an editor is to define the editor in the plug-in manifest (see Figure 8-2) On the Extensions page of the plug-in manifest editor, click the Add button in the upper right corner, select Generic Wizard / Schema Based Extension, click Next, select orgeclipseuieditors, and finally click Finish Next, right-click on orgeclipseuieditors and select New > editor to add an editor extension Double-click on the new editor extension to open the Properties view and then enter the following values
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class comqualityeclipsefavoriteseditorsPropertiesEditor the fully qualified name of the class defining the editor and implementing orgeclipseuiIEditorPart Clicking on the button at the right of the field opens a dialog for selecting an existing editor part or generating a new one The attributes class, command, and launcher are mutually exclusive The class is instantiated using its no argument
Editor Declaration
constructor, but may be parameterized using the IExecutableExtension
interface (see Section 205)
contributorClass " comqualityeclipsefavoriteseditorsPropertiesEditorContr ibutor" the fully qualified name of a class that implements
orgeclipseuiIEditorActionBarContributor
and adds new
actions to the workbench menu and tool bar, reflecting the features of the editor type This attribute should only be defined if the class attribute is defined Clicking on the button at the right of the field opens a dialog for selecting an existing editor contributor or generating a new one extensions "properties" a string of comma separated file extensions indicating file types understood by the editor icon icons/samplegif the image displayed in the upper left corner of the editor
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Similar to action images (see Section 624), this path is relative to the plug-in s installation directory id comqualityeclipsefavoriteseditorPropertiesEditor the unique identifier for this editor name "Properties Editor" the human readable name for the editor
Other attributes that are not used in this example include:
command a command to run in order to launch an external editor The executable command must be located on the system path or in the plug-in's directory The attributes class, command, and launcher are mutually exclusive default "true" or "false" (blank = "false") if true, this editor will be used as the default editor for the type This is only relevant in a case where more than one editor is registered for the same type If an editor is not the default for the type, it can still be launched using "Open
Editor Part
with" submenu for the selected resource filenames a string containing comma separated file names indicating file names understood by the editor For instance, an editor that understands plug-in and fragment manifest files may register "pluginxml, fragmentxml" launcher the name of a class that implements
orgeclipseuiIEditorLauncher
and opens an external edi-