Not finding AbstractUIPlugin.java class

In the DebugUIPlugin.java class, the preLaunchSave method is called that prompts the second save dialogue. Placing some print out statements showed that the “saveDirty” string returns “prompt”:

public static boolean preLaunchSave() {
        String saveDirty = getDefault().getPreferenceStore().getString(IInternalDebugUIConstants.PREF_SAVE_DIRTY_EDITORS_BEFORE_LAUNCH);
        System.out.println(saveDirty);
        if (saveDirty.equals(MessageDialogWithToggle.NEVER)) {
            return true;
        }
        //return saveAllEditors(saveDirty.equals(MessageDialogWithToggle.PROMPT));
        return saveAllEditors(saveDirty.equals(MessageDialogWithToggle.NEVER));
    }

It’s getting the message mainly from the getPreferenceStore() method in AbstractUIPlugin.java class, which is located in the “org.eclipse.ui.plugin” package, which I’m unable to find currently. I’m still searching for that class. However, I did found the details about that class, and that method on the net:

public IPreferenceStore getPreferenceStore() {
        // Create the preference store lazily.
        if (preferenceStore == null) {
            preferenceStore = new ScopedPreferenceStore(new InstanceScope(),getBundle().getSymbolicName());
 
       }
         return preferenceStore;
     }

So now, I’m trying to figure out where did the “getBundle()” method came from. Finding the AbstractUIPlugin class would be a start.

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One Response to “Not finding AbstractUIPlugin.java class”

  1. HI, Nabeel.

    Did you post this to the webtools newsgroup and Bugzilla?
    Keep several communication channels open and wait for a reply…

    Peter.

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