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  • Sorry, I didn't have sources now. I think you can find useful source snippets in http://www.eclipse.org/articles/Article-Launch-Framework/launch.html.
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    • 1. Eclipse Launching Framework
      • brief introduction and prototype example
      [email_address] 2010.08
    • 2. 1. Introduction What is Launching? debug.core LaunchConfigurationTypes LaunchConfiguration debug.ui LaunchConfigurationDialog TabGroup Shortcuts 2. Prototype Demo (Run)
    • 3. 1. Introduction
    • 4. What is Launching? Launching - running or debugging a program from within Eclipse Launcher - a set of Java classes that live in an Eclipse plug-in that performs launching - launcher for Java application, JUnit test suites, ... - What for YOUR application? Launching Framework - extension mechanism - Separating model and UI - debug.core - debug.ui
    • 5. debug.core: Launching Framework’s model LaunchConfigurationTypes - cookie cutters - how to launch certain types of launch - Java Application LaunchConfigurations - cookie made from cutters - information necessary to perform a launch - it’s just key/value pair - boolean, int, Map, List, String - main class, JRE, VM arguments, ...
    • 6. LaunchConfigurationTypes Extension point: org.eclipse.debug.core.launchConfigurationTypes Interface: org.eclipse.debug.core.model.ILaunchConfigurationDelegate Method: launch(ILaunchConfiguration configuration, ...) <extension point=&quot;org.eclipse.debug.core.launchConfigurationTypes&quot;> <launchConfigurationType delegate=&quot;test.launch.LaunchConfigurationDelegate&quot; delegateName=&quot;test.launch.LaunchConfigurationDelegate&quot; id=&quot;test.launch.launchConfigurationType&quot; modes=&quot;debug,run&quot; name=&quot;Test Launcher&quot;> </launchConfigurationType> </extension>
    • 7. debug.ui: Launching Framework’s UI LaunchConfigurationDialog Icon TabGroup - utilize “Jigloo” Shortcuts - ‘Run As’ - no Dialog - create, set to default values and launch in a click - launch(ISelection selection, ...) - launch(IEditorPart editor, ...)
    • 8. Icon Extension point: org.eclipse.debug. ui.launchConfigurationTypeImages <extension point=&quot;org.eclipse.debug.ui.launchConfigurationTypeImages&quot;> <launchConfigurationTypeImage configTypeID=&quot;test.launch.launchConfigurationType&quot; icon=&quot;res/emu.png&quot; id=&quot;test.launch.launchConfigurationIcon&quot;> </launchConfigurationTypeImage> </extension>
    • 9. TabGroup (1) Extension point: org.eclipse.debug.ui.launchConfigurationTabGroups Interface: org.eclipse.debug.ui.ILaunchConfigurationTabGroup Method: createTabs(ILaunchConfigurationDialog dialog, ...) <extension point=&quot;org.eclipse.debug.ui.launchConfigurationTabGroups&quot;> <launchConfigurationTabGroup class=&quot;test.launch.LaunchTabGroup&quot; id=&quot;test.launch..LaunchTabGroup&quot; type=&quot;test.launch.launchConfigurationType&quot;> </launchConfigurationTabGroup> </extension>
    • 10. TabGroup (2) Steps: 1. write your own tab - must implement ILaunchConfigurationTab - write UI code in createControl() // Jigloo comes in! - value copying methods - setDefaults() ; called when a new config is created - performApply() ; read from GUI - initializeFrom() ; read from config 2. write createTabs() - construct an array of ILaunchConfigurationTab - setTabs() Notice: - Extend AbstractLaunchConfigurationTab - Include [common] tab
    • 11. Time to launch Steps: 1. write your own launcher - must implement ILaunchConfigurationDelegate - write code in launch() - ILaunchConfiguration ; config - mode ; Run or Debug - ILaunch ; DebugTarget/Process - IProgressMonitor ; monitor - Construct a command line and pass it to Runtime.exec() - Create debug targets/processes and add to the ILaunch object Notice: - Extend LaunchConfigurationDelegate - Check monitor ex.)) user cancelled
    • 12. Advanced concepts Launch Group - “category” - built-in: Run, Debug, External Tools Comparator
    • 13. 2. Prototype Demo (Run)
    • 14. Steps to run Edit MANIFEST.MF Require-Bundle : org.eclipse.ui, org.eclipse.core.runtime, org.eclipse.debug.core;bundle-version=&quot;3.5.1&quot;, org.eclipse.debug.ui;bundle-version=&quot;3.5.2&quot;, org.eclipse.jdt.launching;bundle-version=&quot;3.5.1“ org.eclipse.jdt.debug.ui;bundle-version=&quot;3.4.1&quot; Run Eclipse Application - Create project - Choose [Run Configurations...]
    • 15. References & ToDo Item References: - We Have Lift-off: The Launching Framework in Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org/articles/Article-Launch-Framework/launch.html ToDo: - Debug artifacts - IDebugElement, IDebugTarget, IProcess - ISuspendResume, IBreakpointListener