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Revision as of 18:46, 27 June 2007


Mylyn Home Contributing, Integrating

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Note: Team framework is currently missing from the diagram

Frameworks

  • Tasks
    • org.eclipse.mylar.tasks.core: task and task repository abstractions. Runs headless. Entry point: TasksCorePlugin.
    • org.eclipse.mylar.tasks.ui: task list and other facilities such as offline and synchronization support that make tasks a first class part of Eclipse. Runs in RCP. Entry point: TasksUiPlugin.
  • Context
    • org.eclipse.mylar.context.core: context model and degree of interest abstractions. Runs headless. Entry point: ContextCorePlugin.
    • org.eclipse.mylar.context.ui: interest filters and other facilities for focusing workbench views and editors on context. Runs in RCP. Entry point: ContextUiPlugin.
  • Monitor
    • org.eclipse.mylar.monitor: UI framework for monitoring user interactions with the workbench. Can be used independently of Tasks and Context frameworks. Runs in RCP. Entry point: MylarUiPlugin.
    • org.eclipse.mylar.monitor.usage: user study framework, requires Eclipse Platform.

APIs