Uses of Class

Packages that use Point
Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points.
Provides provisioning user interface classes that can be used for assembling a provisioning UI.
Provides support for shared UI resources such as menus, tool bars, and status lines.
Provides a content assist add-on for implementors of IContentAssistSubjectControl.
Provides support for dialogs.
Provides classes that help communicate proper content for fields in dialogs and wizards.
Provides support for layout generation.
Provides a framework for preferences.
Provides support for managing resources such as SWT fonts and images.
Provides a framework for creating and manipulating text documents.
Provides a content assist add-on for an ITextViewer.
Provides a framework for connecting document regions with annotations and for displaying those.
This package provides the UI part for projection documents of which the most important part is the projection viewer.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse text template support.
Provides useful building blocks used throughout JFace, including property change events, a listener list implementation, and runtime checked assertions.
Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets.
Provides a general framework for creating and managing windows.
Provides a framework for wizards.
SWT Browser widget.
SWT Custom widgets.
SWT graphics classes.
SWT layout classes.
SWT Printing support classes.
SWT widget public API classes.
Provides basic support for managing Team providers.
Classes for actions and operations used in a workbench window, page, or part in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Application-level APIs for configuring and controling the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Custom widgets and controls for forms-based parts.
Provides the public API and default implementation for contributing menu and toolbars to the menu service.
Classes for the creation of workbench parts that integrate with the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Provides a framework for text editors obeying to the desktop rules.