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public interface ILocalWorkingSetManager extends IWorkingSetManager
A local working set manager can be used to manage a set of working sets independently from the working sets managed by the global working set manager. A local working set manager can be saved and restored using the methods
restoreState. A new local working set manager can be created using
IWorkbench.createLocalWorkingSetManager(). Clients of local working set managers are responsible for calling
IWorkingSetManager.dispose()when the working sets it manages are no longer needed.
This interface is not intended to be implemented or extended by clients.
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- This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.ui.IWorkingSetManager
addPropertyChangeListener, addRecentWorkingSet, addToWorkingSets, addWorkingSet, createAggregateWorkingSet, createWorkingSet, createWorkingSet, createWorkingSetEditWizard, createWorkingSetNewWizard, createWorkingSetSelectionDialog, createWorkingSetSelectionDialog, createWorkingSetSelectionDialog, dispose, getAllWorkingSets, getRecentWorkingSets, getRecentWorkingSetsLength, getWorkingSet, getWorkingSets, removePropertyChangeListener, removeWorkingSet, setRecentWorkingSetsLength
(IMemento memento)Saves the state of the working set manager to the given memento.
memento- the memento to save the state to
(IMemento memento)Restores the state of the working set manager from the given memento. The method can only be called as long as the working set manager is still empty.
memento- the memento to restore the state from