Bijoux Couture: Bijoux textiles, perles et matières by Céline Poncet, Véronique Vuillemin, Sandrine Guédon,

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Summary So that was easy. Once set up, Eclipse and PDE greatly simplify the creation and running of applications. Even the generated code for the application is simple. We have now covered all the major concepts, classes, tools, and techniques you need to develop the rest of Hyperbola. The rest of the book builds on this base until we have a very sophisticated, fully extensible chat client that can be deployed in a wide range of execution environments. You wouldn't think it looking at the current Hyperbola shell, but it's true.

In particular, the goals of this chapter are:  Detail the creation of a Hello World Hyperbola application. All the code required for this chapter is generated by standard Eclipse templates.  Introduce the mechanics of creating RCP applications and manipulating code in Eclipse by creating and running a basic Hyperbola shell.  Walk through the code for Hyperbola and identify the major players, seeing how it all fits together.  Show how to use launch configurations to change the way Hyperbola runs.

The Workbench defines a standard content provider called BaseWorkbenchContentProvider that knows how to navigate the IWorkbenchAdapter type shown below. workbench/IWorkbenchAdapter public interface IWorkbenchAdapter { public Object[] getChildren(Object o); public ImageDescriptor getImageDescriptor(Object object); public String getLabel(Object o); public Object getParent(Object o); } If an object can adapt to IWorkbenchAdapter, then it can be shown in a tree viewer using the standard content provider.

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