- All Implemented Interfaces:
public abstract class AbstractRefactoringHistoryResourceMapping extends ResourceMappingPartial implementation of a resource mapping for a refactoring history object.
Note: this class is intended to be implemented by clients which need to enhance a model provider with a refactoring model.
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
equals(Object object)Override equals to compare the model objects of the mapping in order to determine equality.
getModelObject()Returns the application model element associated with this resource mapping.
getProjects()Returns the projects that contain the resources that constitute this application model.
getResource()Returns the associated resource.
getTraversals(ResourceMappingContext context, IProgressMonitor monitor)Returns one or more traversals that can be used to access all the physical resources that constitute the logical resource.
hashCode()Override hashCode to use the model object.
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.core.resources.mapping.ResourceMapping
accept, contains, findMarkers, getModelProvider, getModelProviderId
protected AbstractRefactoringHistoryResourceMapping(RefactoringHistory history)Creates a new abstract refactoring history resource mapping.
history- the refactoring history
public boolean equals(Object object)Override equals to compare the model objects of the mapping in order to determine equality.
public final Object getModelObject()Returns the application model element associated with this resource mapping.
public final IProject getProjects()Returns the projects that contain the resources that constitute this application model.
public final IResource getResource()Returns the associated resource.
This method only returns a meaningful result if the history contains refactorings of a single project.
- the associated resource, or
nullif the refactoring history contains workspace refactoring descriptors only, or if it contains refactoring descriptors from multiple projects.
public final ResourceTraversal getTraversals(ResourceMappingContext context, IProgressMonitor monitor) throws CoreExceptionReturns one or more traversals that can be used to access all the physical resources that constitute the logical resource. A traversal is simply a set of resources and the depth to which they are to be traversed. This method returns an array of traversals in order to provide flexibility in describing the traversals that constitute a model element.
Subclasses should, when possible, include all resources that are or may be members of the model element. For instance, a model element should return the same list of resources regardless of the existence of the files on the file system. For example, if a logical resource called "form" maps to "/p1/form.xml" and "/p1/form.java" then whether form.xml or form.java existed, they should be returned by this method.
In some cases, it may not be possible for a model element to know all the resources that may constitute the element without accessing the state of the model element in another location (e.g. a repository). This method is provided with a context which, when provided, gives access to the members of corresponding remote containers and the contents of corresponding remote files. This gives the model element the opportunity to deduce what additional resources should be included in the traversal.
- Specified by:
context- gives access to the state of remote resources that correspond to local resources for the purpose of determining traversals that adequately cover the model element resources given the state of the model element in another location. This parameter may be
null, in which case the implementor can assume that only the local resources are of interest to the client.
monitor- a progress monitor, or
nullif progress reporting is not desired
- a set of traversals that cover the resources that constitute the model element
CoreException- if the traversals could not be obtained.