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Re: [cdt-dev] Question to org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.internal.ui

A1.  The d version of the icons are intended to represent a disabled state.   In the Managed builder these icons are not used -- I had them, so I included them anyway.  

A2.  I do not know if anybody will ever use them.  I have not seen anything in the plan that would indicate that they would.  Hopefully Leo would know more...


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[cdt-dev] Question to org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.internal.ui


we are in the process of implementing the Shared Tools Options proposal as outlined in
I have one question regarding changes since CDT 2.1 in the class ManagedBuilderUIImages and the icon directory, as there may be an inter-dependency we have missed.

Q1: Are any of the icons in org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.ui\icons\dlcl16 being used, or planned to be used? They appear like greyed out versions of the icons in \icons\elcl16, but I can't find any code in the MBS package which uses the greyed out versions of the icons.
Q2: If not, are there plans for MBS3.0 that icons in the tree control of the Tools Settings tab (i.e. where Tools and OptionCategories are displayed), would be greyed out under certain circumstances?



-- Lars

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