|Re: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/eclipse/mat/ui/snapshot/editor/ISnapshotEditorInput [message #878338 is a reply to message #878201]
||Tue, 29 May 2012 05:32
| Andrew Johnson
Registered: July 2009
1.I'm not sure. This is how SWT images are displayed, but it isn't directly extensible Bugzilla 258224: InspectorView enhancement to render ImageData and RGBs.|
A slightly similar suggestion is Bugzilla 274369: Add SWT smarts to inspector
2.None of the UI code is an API, so can be freely changed by the committers in releases or service updates.
If it is just for your own use, and you are prepared to rewrite it whenever MAT changes, then you could use it, but you aren't supposed to complain when that happens.
IMultiPaneEditorContributor is in the package org.eclipse.mat.ui.editor
This is exported via the manifest.mf, though is not intended for public access, which is why you got a warning
ISnapshotEditorInput is in the package org.eclipse.mat.ui.snapshot.editor
which is not exported via the manifest.mf
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