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Eclipse Platform Search</h1></center>
This document lists all of the extension points that the search plug-in makes 
available to tool developers.
<p>All XML sub-elements defined in the individual extension point documents
may appear more than once inside an extension element. For example, a <tt>org.eclipse.search.searchPages</tt>
extension may contain several instances of <tt>page</tt> elements. Although
making one extension per sub-element is not technically incorrect, we recommend
grouping for consistent style. It can also improve platform startup time
because there will be fewer extensions to process.
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Extension Points</h1>
The following extension points can be used to extend the capabilities
of the search infrastructure:
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<a href="org_eclipse_search_searchPages.html">org.eclipse.search.searchPages</a></li>
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<a href="org_eclipse_search_searchResultSorters.html">org.eclipse.search.searchResultSorters</a></li>
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