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11 package org.eclipse.jdt.core.refactoring.descriptors;
12
13 import org.eclipse.ltk.core.refactoring.RefactoringContribution;
14 import org.eclipse.ltk.core.refactoring.RefactoringCore;
15
16 import org.eclipse.jdt.core.refactoring.IJavaRefactorings;
17
18 /**
19  * Refactoring descriptor for the introduce factory refactoring.
20  * <p>
21  * An instance of this refactoring descriptor may be obtained by calling
22  * {@link RefactoringContribution#createDescriptor()} on a refactoring
23  * contribution requested by invoking
24  * {@link RefactoringCore#getRefactoringContribution(String)} with the
25  * appropriate refactoring id.
26  * </p>
27  * <p>
28  * Note: this class is not intended to be instantiated by clients.
29  * </p>
30  *
31  * @since 3.3
32  */

33 public final class IntroduceFactoryDescriptor extends JavaRefactoringDescriptor {
34
35     /**
36      * Creates a new refactoring descriptor.
37      */

38     public IntroduceFactoryDescriptor() {
39         super(IJavaRefactorings.INTRODUCE_FACTORY);
40     }
41 }
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