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The Eclipse 4 Application Platform uses a ''context'' to record the state used for injection.  Normally code should not have to use or know about the context.
 
The Eclipse 4 Application Platform uses a ''context'' to record the state used for injection.  Normally code should not have to use or know about the context.
  
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Proposed Topics:
 
* the context chain and the active context
 
* the context chain and the active context
 
* getting and setting variables vs modifying a variable
 
* getting and setting variables vs modifying a variable
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* how do I access the current context?
 
* how do I access the current context?
  
Much interesting stuff on http://wiki.eclipse.org/E4/Contexts
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Integrate stuff from http://wiki.eclipse.org/E4/Contexts

Revision as of 09:11, 26 April 2011

The Eclipse 4 Application Platform uses a context to record the state used for injection. Normally code should not have to use or know about the context.

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This page is a stub
This page is unfortunately incomplete


Proposed Topics:

  • the context chain and the active context
  • getting and setting variables vs modifying a variable
  • run and tracks
  • creating a context
  • context functions
  • creating a context
  • when are contexts created?
  • how do I access the current context?

Integrate stuff from http://wiki.eclipse.org/E4/Contexts