Class MoveRenameResourceDescriptor

    • Field Detail

      • ID

        public static final String ID
        Refactoring id of the 'Move/Rename Resource' refactoring (value: org.eclipse.ltk.core.refactoring.moverename.resource).

        Clients may safely cast the obtained refactoring descriptor to MoveRenameResourceDescriptor.

        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
    • Constructor Detail

      • MoveRenameResourceDescriptor

        public MoveRenameResourceDescriptor()
        Creates a new refactoring descriptor.

        Clients should not instantiated this class but use RefactoringCore.getRefactoringContribution(String) with ID to get the contribution that can create the descriptor.

    • Method Detail

      • setNewName

        public void setNewName​(String name)
        Sets the new name to rename the resource to.
        Parameters:
        name - the non-empty new name to set
      • getNewName

        public String getNewName()
        Returns the new name to rename the resource to.
        Returns:
        the new name to rename the resource to
      • setDestination

        public void setDestination​(IContainer container)
        Sets the destination container to move the resources in.
        Parameters:
        container - the destination
      • setDestinationPath

        public void setDestinationPath​(IPath path)
        Sets the path of the destination container to move the resources in.
        Parameters:
        path - the destination path
      • getDestinationPath

        public IPath getDestinationPath()
        Returns the destination container to move the resources in.
        Returns:
        the destination container to move the resource in
      • setProject

        public void setProject​(String project)
        Sets the project name of this refactoring.

        Note: If the resource to be renamed is of type IResource.PROJECT, clients are required to to set the project name to null.

        The default is to associate the refactoring with the workspace.

        Overrides:
        setProject in class RefactoringDescriptor
        Parameters:
        project - the non-empty project name to set, or null for the workspace
        See Also:
        RefactoringDescriptor.getProject()
      • setResourcePath

        public void setResourcePath​(IPath resourcePath)
        Sets the resource to be renamed.

        Note: If the resource to be renamed is of type IResource.PROJECT, clients are required to to set the project name to null.

        Parameters:
        resourcePath - the resource to be renamed
      • getResourcePath

        public IPath getResourcePath()
        Returns the path of the resource to rename.
        Returns:
        the path of the resource to rename
      • setUpdateReferences

        public void setUpdateReferences​(boolean updateReferences)
        If set to true, this rename will also update references. The default is to update references.
        Parameters:
        updateReferences - true if this rename will update references
      • isUpdateReferences

        public boolean isUpdateReferences()
        Returns if this rename will also update references
        Returns:
        returns true if this rename will update references
      • createRefactoring

        public Refactoring createRefactoring​(RefactoringStatus status)
                                      throws CoreException
        Description copied from class: RefactoringDescriptor
        Creates the a new refactoring instance for this refactoring descriptor.

        The returned refactoring must be in an initialized state, i.e. ready to be executed via PerformRefactoringOperation.

        This method is not intended to be called directly from code that does not belong to this class and its subclasses. External code should call RefactoringDescriptor.createRefactoringContext(RefactoringStatus) and obtain the refactoring object from the refactoring context.

        Specified by:
        createRefactoring in class RefactoringDescriptor
        Parameters:
        status - a refactoring status used to describe the outcome of the initialization
        Returns:
        the refactoring, or null if this refactoring descriptor represents the unknown refactoring, or if no refactoring contribution is available for this refactoring descriptor which is capable to create a refactoring
        Throws:
        CoreException - if an error occurs while creating the refactoring instance