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Copyright (c) 2000, 2011 IBM Corporation and others. All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0 which accompanies this distribution, and is available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html Contributors: IBM Corporation - initial API and implementation TODO missing 2.1 and subsequent contributions COMPILER_FAILURE /
 
 package org.eclipse.jdt.core;

Status codes used with Java model status objects.

This interface declares constants only.

See also:
IJavaModelStatus
org.eclipse.core.runtime.IStatus#getCode()
Noimplement:
This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.
 
 public interface IJavaModelStatusConstants {

Status constant indicating that a container path was resolved to invalid entries (null or container).

Since:
2.0
 
 	public static final int INVALID_CP_CONTAINER_ENTRY = 962;

Status constant indicating that a container path was not resolvable indicating either the referred container is undefined, unbound.

Since:
2.0
 
 	public static final int CP_CONTAINER_PATH_UNBOUND = 963;

Status constant indicating that a classpath entry was invalid
 
 	public static final int INVALID_CLASSPATH = 964;

Status constant indicating that a variable path was not resolvable indicating either the referred variable is undefined, unbound or the resolved variable path does not correspond to an existing file or folder.
 
 	public static final int CP_VARIABLE_PATH_UNBOUND = 965;

Status constant indicating a core exception occurred. Use getException to retrieve a CoreException.
 
 	public static final int CORE_EXCEPTION = 966;

Status constant indicating one or more of the elements supplied are not of a valid type for the operation to process. The element(s) can be retrieved using getElements on the status object.
 
 	public static final int INVALID_ELEMENT_TYPES = 967;

Status constant indicating that no elements were provided to the operation for processing.
 
 	public static final int NO_ELEMENTS_TO_PROCESS = 968;

Status constant indicating that one or more elements supplied do not exist. The element(s) can be retrieved using getElements on the status object.

 
 	public static final int ELEMENT_DOES_NOT_EXIST = 969;

Status constant indicating that a null path was supplied to the operation.
 
 	public static final int NULL_PATH = 970;

Status constant indicating that a path outside of the project was supplied to the operation. The path can be retrieved using getPath on the status object.
 
 	public static final int PATH_OUTSIDE_PROJECT = 971;

Status constant indicating that a relative path was supplied to the operation when an absolute path is required. The path can be retrieved using getPath on the status object.
	public static final int RELATIVE_PATH = 972;

Status constant indicating that a path specifying a device was supplied to the operation when a path with no device is required. The path can be retrieved using getPath on the status object.
	public static final int DEVICE_PATH = 973;

Status constant indicating that a string was supplied to the operation that was null.
	public static final int NULL_STRING = 974;

Status constant indicating that the operation encountered a read-only element. The element(s) can be retrieved using getElements on the status object.
	public static final int READ_ONLY = 976;

Status constant indicating that a naming collision would occur if the operation proceeded.
	public static final int NAME_COLLISION = 977;

Status constant indicating that a destination provided for a copy/move/rename operation is invalid. The destination for a package fragment must be a package fragment root; the destination for a compilation unit must be a package fragment; the destination for a package declaration or import declaration must be a compilation unit; the destination for a type must be a type or compilation unit; the destination for any type member (other than a type) must be a type.
The destination element can be retrieved using getElements on the status object.
	public static final int INVALID_DESTINATION = 978;

Status constant indicating that a path provided to an operation is invalid. The path can be retrieved using getPath on the status object.
	public static final int INVALID_PATH = 979;

Status constant indicating the given source position is out of bounds.
	public static final int INDEX_OUT_OF_BOUNDS = 980;

Status constant indicating there is an update conflict for a working copy. The compilation unit on which the working copy is based has changed since the working copy was created.
	public static final int UPDATE_CONFLICT = 981;

Status constant indicating that null was specified as a name argument.
	public static final int NULL_NAME = 982;

Status constant indicating that a name provided is not syntactically correct. The name can be retrieved from getString.
	public static final int INVALID_NAME = 983;

Status constant indicating that the specified contents are not valid.
	public static final int INVALID_CONTENTS = 984;

Status constant indicating that an java.io.IOException occurred.
	public static final int IO_EXCEPTION = 985;

Status constant indicating that a DOMException occurred.
	public static final int DOM_EXCEPTION = 986;

Status constant indicating that a TargetException occurred.
	public static final int TARGET_EXCEPTION = 987;

Status constant indicating that the Java builder could not be initialized.
	public static final int BUILDER_INITIALIZATION_ERROR = 990;

Status constant indicating that the Java builder's last built state could not be serialized or deserialized.
	public static final int BUILDER_SERIALIZATION_ERROR = 991;

Status constant indicating that an error was encountered while trying to evaluate a code snippet, or other item.
	public static final int EVALUATION_ERROR = 992;

Status constant indicating that a sibling specified is not valid.
	public static final int INVALID_SIBLING = 993;

Status indicating that a Java element could not be created because the underlying resource is invalid.

See also:
JavaCore
	 public static final int INVALID_RESOURCE = 995;

Status indicating that a Java element could not be created because the underlying resource is not of an appropriate type.

See also:
JavaCore
	 public static final int INVALID_RESOURCE_TYPE = 996;

Status indicating that a Java element could not be created because the project owning underlying resource does not have the Java nature.

See also:
JavaCore
	 public static final int INVALID_PROJECT = 997;

Status indicating that the package declaration in a ICompilationUnit does not correspond to the IPackageFragment it belongs to. The getString method of the associated status object gives the name of the package in which the ICompilationUnit is declared.
	 public static final int INVALID_PACKAGE = 998;

Status indicating that the corresponding resource has no local contents yet. This might happen when attempting to use a resource before its contents has been made locally available.
	 public static final int NO_LOCAL_CONTENTS = 999;

 
Status indicating that a .classpath file is ill-formed, and thus cannot be read/written successfully.

Since:
2.1
	 public static final int INVALID_CLASSPATH_FILE_FORMAT = 1000;

 
Status indicating that a project is involved in a build path cycle.

Since:
2.1
	 public static final int CLASSPATH_CYCLE = 1001;

Status constant indicating that an inclusion or an exclusion pattern got specified on a classpath source entry, though it was explicitely disabled according to its project preference settings.

	public static final int DISABLED_CP_EXCLUSION_PATTERNS = 1002;

Status constant indicating that a specific output location got associated with a source entry, though it was explicitely disabled according to its project preference settings.

	public static final int DISABLED_CP_MULTIPLE_OUTPUT_LOCATIONS = 1003;

Status constant indicating that a project is prerequisiting some library for which the classfile JDK version level is more recent than the project JDK target level setting. This can indicate some binary incompatibility issues later on.

Since:
3.0
	public static final int INCOMPATIBLE_JDK_LEVEL	= 1004;

Status constant indicating that a compiler failure occurred.

Since:
3.0
	public static final int COMPILER_FAILURE	= 1005;
Status constant indicating that an element is not on its project's claspath.

Since:
3.1
	public static final int ELEMENT_NOT_ON_CLASSPATH	= 1006;
Status constant indicating that a compiler option is invalid.

Since:
3.1
//	public static final int INVALID_COMPILER_OPTION = 1007;

Status constant indicating that the attached javadoc content cannot be retrieved due to multiple reasons: invalid url, incorrect proxy, wrong authentication,...

Since:
3.2
	public static final int CANNOT_RETRIEVE_ATTACHED_JAVADOC = 1008;

Status constant indicating that the attached javadoc content format is unrecognized.

Since:
3.2
	public static final int UNKNOWN_JAVADOC_FORMAT = 1009;

Status constant indicating that the variable is deprecated.

Since:
3.3
	public static final int DEPRECATED_VARIABLE = 1010;

Status constant indicating that a text edit can not be applied as there is a problem with the text edit location.

Since:
3.4
	public static final int BAD_TEXT_EDIT_LOCATION = 1011;

Status constant indicating that the attached javadoc content cannot be retrieved due to timeout

Since:
3.7
	public static final int CANNOT_RETRIEVE_ATTACHED_JAVADOC_TIMEOUT = 1012;

Status constant indicating that the default or specific output folder is overlapping with another source location.

Since:
3.6.4
	public static final int OUTPUT_LOCATION_OVERLAPPING_ANOTHER_SOURCE = 1013;
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