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When organizing anything, more than likely you will end up with a handful of items that do not fit into any of the existing categories yet are not large or numerous enough to warrant a new category; this book is no exception This chapter contains miscellaneous topics that bear discussing, but don t really fit anywhere else in the book, including: Advanced search reference projects Accessing internal code Adapters Opening a browser or creating an email Types specified in an extension point Modifying Eclipse to find part identifiers Label decorators Background tasks jobs API Plug-in ClassLoaders Early startup Rich Client Platform
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Eclipse provides an excellent Java search facility for locating source (see Section 162, Java Search, on page 30), yet the scope of any search is limited to the projects loaded in the workspace; if a Java class is located in a plug-in s JAR file, and the plug-in is not on the Java build path of an open project, then the class will not be found When building Eclipse plug-ins, it is advantageous to include all Eclipse plug-ins in the search scope, even those not referenced by any projects under development To address this, Eclipse facilitates adding plug-ins to the search scope using the Plug-ins view (see Section 1621, Java Plug-in Search, on page 32) By using this, plug-ins that are installed in the development environment but not referenced by any project in the workspace can be included in the search scope But what if you want to search plug-ins that are not installed in the development environment such as an external library of plug-ins or plug-ins from another version of Eclipse One approach is to load plug-in projects from the Eclipse CVS server (see Section 2161, Modifying the Eclipse base, on page 797) Unfortunately, this chews up memory and clutters your workspace with hundreds of additional projects Another approach is to create binary projects, one for each Eclipse plugin To create one or more binary projects, open the PDE > Plug-ins view using the Show View dialog (see Show View in Section 25, Installing and Running the Product, on page 92), select the plug-ins to be imported as projects, then right-click and select Import > As Binary Project Although binary projects take up less memory than source projects, this too will clutter your workspace with hundreds of additional projects The approach here useful for searching and supporting multiple versions of Eclipse at the same time is to create one reference project for each version of Eclipse to be searched This project contains no source of its own, but contains all the Eclipse plug-ins on its classpath so that a search can include the entire source for Eclipse To include or exclude a particular version of Eclipse from your searches, simply open or close the corresponding reference project To create a reference project, first create a Java project (see Section 141, Using the new Java Project wizard, on page 19), and then add each JAR file in each Eclipse plug-in to the project s Java build path (see Section 142, classpath and project files, on page 22) Adding each plug-in can be a tedious process, so a new project wizard to automate this process was
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Eclipse separates classes into two categories: public API and for internal use only Any classes located in a package that has internal in its name (eg, orgeclipsecoreinternalboot) are internal to the plug-in, should not be referenced by any code outside the plug-in itself, and may change drastically between different versions of Eclipse All other classes are considered public API, can be called from outside the plug-in, and follow strict Eclipse guidelines for how and when the class and method signatures can change Needless to say, it is easier to stick to the public API when supporting multiple versions of Eclipse During the course of development, you may need to access classes and methods marked internal to a particular Eclipse plug-in Every time you have such a need, the first thing you should do is double-check that there is not an existing public API that will do the trick instead If no public API exists, then search the Eclipseorg archives or related sites (see Section 2, Resources, on page 828) for a similar problem with a solution you can use Failing that, post a message on the Eclipse newsgroup describing your situation and asking for suggestions (see the next section) If you don t find a solution, then proceed to file a bug report or feature request in the Eclipse Bugzilla tracking system (see Section 2122, Bugzilla Eclipse bug tracking system, on page 782) If needed, you can create a fragment (see Section 2126, Using fragments, on page 784) to access the code necessary until a public API is made available