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PXP::ExtensionPoint - ExtensionPoint model class (used only in the internal registry)
An extension point is defined by a
Pluginto allow other plugins to extend its fonctionnalities. An extension point is a slot that extensions can plug into.
This class is used only in the internal registry to store definitions of
ExtensionPoints. Plugin developers MUST NOT use this class.
PXP::ExtensionPointInterface is a helper module providing the mandatory interface for objects implementing a new
- name, id, version
Basic accessors for plugin properties.
The object accessor returns the object associated with the extension point, i.e. the _real_ extension point, not the administrative structure maintained by the registry to track the extension point hierarchy.
The register method is called by the PluginRegistry when loading new
Extensions into an
ExtensionPoint. Internally, calls the actual 'register' method of the real object implementing the
Return 'undef' if the extension is invalid or if no object has been mapped with the extension point.
Return the extension itself if it has been successfully added to the internal registry.
See the article on eclipse.org describing the plugin architecture : http://www.eclipse.org/articles/Article-Plug-in-architecture/plugin_architecture.html
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