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add declarative decorations from other plug-ins:
 
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   ILabelProvider lp = ... // your basic label provider
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   ILabelProvider lp = ... // your basic label provider, usually new WorkbenchLabelProvider()
 
   ILabelDecorator decorator = PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getDecoratorManager().getLabelDecorator();
 
   ILabelDecorator decorator = PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getDecoratorManager().getLabelDecorator();
 
   viewer.setLabelProvider(new DecoratingLabelProvider(lp, decorator));
 
   viewer.setLabelProvider(new DecoratingLabelProvider(lp, decorator));

Revision as of 15:39, 21 July 2006

Suppose that your viewer contains model elements for which other plug-ins have defined label decorators. To make those decorations appear in your viewer, you need to install a decorating label provider. Assuming that you have already written your own basic label provider, simply do the following to add declarative decorations from other plug-ins:

   ILabelProvider lp = ... // your basic label provider, usually new WorkbenchLabelProvider()
   ILabelDecorator decorator = PlatformUI.getWorkbench().getDecoratorManager().getLabelDecorator();
   viewer.setLabelProvider(new DecoratingLabelProvider(lp, decorator));

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