Difference: DpHipePluginsDeveloperManual (36 vs. 37)

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  This plug-in provides tasks for analysis of data. http://www.esa.int
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  The description and the contributors page are shown on the plug-in details panel. In HIPE, select Plug-ins from the Tools menu. Select a plug-in (if you have one installed!) and click "Details".
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The icon is used on the Plug-ins panel (the one that opens when you select Plug-ins from the Tools menu in HIPE). The value is the location of a "resource" on the classpath. The value given here gives the default plug-in icon, which is a green puzzle piece. To add your own icon, add it to a jar, add the jar to the jars directory and specify the filename of the icon in the plugin.xml.
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The icon is used on the Plug-ins panel (the one that opens when you select Plug-ins from the Tools menu in HIPE). The value is the location of a "resource" on the classpath. The value given here gives the default plug-in icon, which is a green puzzle piece. To add your own icon, add it to a jar, add the jar to the jars directory and specify the filename of the icon in the plugin.xml. Icons not having 32x32 pixel resolution will be scaled to fit this size when shown in the plug-ins panel.
  The properties elements specifies a properties file in the plug-in, containing properties that are loaded when the plug-in is started. The plug-in is started at HIPE start-up, unless it is disabled from the GUI. If the custom properties file contains properties that are already defined in the system, they are ignored and a warning is printed.
 
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