Uses of Package

Packages that use org.eclipse.core.commands
Application programming interfaces for commands and handlers.
Classes for the creation of undoable operations which can be added to an operations history and later be undone and redone.
Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points.
Provides a set of actions related to running and debugging applications.
Application programming interfaces describing the Eclipse 4 menu and toolbar model elements.
Provides support for shared UI resources such as menus, tool bars, and status lines.
Provides support for bindings between commands and various user input events (e.g., keyboard shortcuts).
Provides support for bindings between commands and keys.
Provides JFace-specific support for commands.
Provides support for trim specification.
Provides a content assist add-on for an ITextViewer.
This package provides the quick assist assistant add-on for an ISourceViewer.
Provides a framework for connecting document regions with annotations and for displaying those.
Application programming interfaces for working with resource mappings.
Provides undo and redo support for a document.
Provides support for retrieving information on Commands from the workbench.
Provides a standard text editor and concrete document providers based IFileBuffer and others directly handling IFile and IStorage as editor input.
Provides support for integrating handlers into the Eclipse workbench.
APIs that provide undo and redo behavior for operations that manipulate the workspace.
Provides support for integrating keys into the Eclipse workbench.
Provides the public API and default implementation for contributing menu and toolbars to the menu service.
Provides a framework for text editors obeying to the desktop rules.
Utility classes for working with markers in views
Provides the standard Property Sheet view which displays custom properties of the active workbench part's current selection.