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(New page: The Common Navigator Framework (CNF) can be used both within the IDE (it's the Package Explorer) and in RCP applications. In order to provide the best support for the 3.5 release, we woul...)
 
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The resources can exist in the local file system, or using EFS in a zip file or plugin.  There is a set of model objects
 
The resources can exist in the local file system, or using EFS in a zip file or plugin.  There is a set of model objects
 
representing the structures, maps, etc and these are managed by an internal dependency manager so that changes in the resources
 
representing the structures, maps, etc and these are managed by an internal dependency manager so that changes in the resources
(through the CNF) cause the model objects to be updated.
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(through the CNF) cause the model objects to be updated. Contact: Francis Upton (francisu@ieee.org).
 
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= RCP - Not Using Resources =
 
= RCP - Not Using Resources =

Revision as of 14:42, 30 May 2008

The Common Navigator Framework (CNF) can be used both within the IDE (it's the Package Explorer) and in RCP applications.

In order to provide the best support for the 3.5 release, we would like to understand the current and desired uses of the CNF, so please update this page and include them here.

Use within the IDE

RCP - With Resources

Data Mapper - This RCP application uses the CNF with resources to manage data structure definitions, map definitions and other objects. The resources can exist in the local file system, or using EFS in a zip file or plugin. There is a set of model objects representing the structures, maps, etc and these are managed by an internal dependency manager so that changes in the resources (through the CNF) cause the model objects to be updated. Contact: Francis Upton (francisu@ieee.org).

RCP - Not Using Resources