Class TriggeredOperations

    • Constructor Detail

      • TriggeredOperations

        public TriggeredOperations​(IUndoableOperation operation,
                                   IOperationHistory history)
        Construct a composite triggered operations using the specified undoable operation as the trigger. Use the label of this trigger as the label of the operation.
        Parameters:
        operation - the operation that will trigger other operations.
        history - the operation history containing the triggered operations.
    • Method Detail

      • add

        public void add​(IUndoableOperation operation)
        Description copied from interface: ICompositeOperation

        Add the specified operation as a child of this operation.

        Specified by:
        add in interface ICompositeOperation
        Parameters:
        operation - the operation to be added. If the operation instance has already been added, this method will have no effect.
      • remove

        public void remove​(IUndoableOperation operation)
        Description copied from interface: ICompositeOperation

        Remove the specified operation from this operation.

        The composite operation should dispose the operation as part of removing it.

        Specified by:
        remove in interface ICompositeOperation
        Parameters:
        operation - the operation to be removed. The operation should be disposed by the receiver. This method will have no effect if the operation instance is not already a child.
      • removeContext

        public void removeContext​(IUndoContext context)
        Remove the specified context from the receiver. This method is typically invoked when the history is being flushed for a certain context. In the case of triggered operations, if the only context for the triggering operation is being removed, then the triggering operation must be replaced in the operation history with the atomic operations that it triggered. If the context being removed is not the only context for the triggering operation, the triggering operation will remain, and the children will each be similarly checked.
        Specified by:
        removeContext in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        removeContext in class AbstractOperation
        Parameters:
        context - the undo context being removed from the receiver.
      • execute

        public IStatus execute​(IProgressMonitor monitor,
                               IAdaptable info)
                        throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation
        Execute the operation. This method should only be called the first time that an operation is executed.
        Specified by:
        execute in interface IUndoableOperation
        Specified by:
        execute in class AbstractOperation
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user.
        info - the IAdaptable (or null) provided by the caller in order to supply UI information for prompting the user if necessary. When this parameter is not null, it should minimally contain an adapter for the org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Shell.class.
        Returns:
        the IStatus of the execution. The status severity should be set to OK if the operation was successful, and ERROR if it was not. Any other status is assumed to represent an incompletion of the execution.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurred during execution.
      • redo

        public IStatus redo​(IProgressMonitor monitor,
                            IAdaptable info)
                     throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation
        Redo the operation. This method should only be called after an operation has been undone.
        Specified by:
        redo in interface IUndoableOperation
        Specified by:
        redo in class AbstractOperation
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user.
        info - the IAdaptable (or null) provided by the caller in order to supply UI information for prompting the user if necessary. When this parameter is not null, it should minimally contain an adapter for the org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Shell.class.
        Returns:
        the IStatus of the redo. The status severity should be set to OK if the redo was successful, and ERROR if it was not. Any other status is assumed to represent an incompletion of the redo.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurred during redo.
      • undo

        public IStatus undo​(IProgressMonitor monitor,
                            IAdaptable info)
                     throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation
        Undo the operation. This method should only be called after an operation has been executed.
        Specified by:
        undo in interface IUndoableOperation
        Specified by:
        undo in class AbstractOperation
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user.
        info - the IAdaptable (or null) provided by the caller in order to supply UI information for prompting the user if necessary. When this parameter is not null, it should minimally contain an adapter for the org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Shell.class.
        Returns:
        the IStatus of the undo. The status severity should be set to OK if the redo was successful, and ERROR if it was not. Any other status is assumed to represent an incompletion of the undo.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurred during undo.
      • canUndo

        public boolean canUndo()
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation

        Returns whether the operation can be undone in its current state.

        Note: The computation for this method must be fast, as it is called frequently. If necessary, this method can be optimistic in its computation (returning true) and later perform more time-consuming computations during the actual undo of the operation, returning the appropriate status if the operation cannot actually be undone at that time.

        Specified by:
        canUndo in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        canUndo in class AbstractOperation
        Returns:
        true if the operation can be undone; false otherwise.
      • canExecute

        public boolean canExecute()
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation

        Returns whether the operation can be executed in its current state.

        Note: The computation for this method must be fast, as it is called frequently. If necessary, this method can be optimistic in its computation (returning true) and later perform more time-consuming computations during the actual execution of the operation, returning the appropriate status if the operation cannot actually execute at that time.

        Specified by:
        canExecute in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        canExecute in class AbstractOperation
        Returns:
        true if the operation can be executed; false otherwise.
      • canRedo

        public boolean canRedo()
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation

        Returns whether the operation can be redone in its current state.

        Note: The computation for this method must be fast, as it is called frequently. If necessary, this method can be optimistic in its computation (returning true) and later perform more time-consuming computations during the actual redo of the operation, returning the appropriate status if the operation cannot actually be redone at that time.

        Specified by:
        canRedo in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        canRedo in class AbstractOperation
        Returns:
        true if the operation can be redone; false otherwise.
      • dispose

        public void dispose()
        Description copied from interface: IUndoableOperation
        Dispose of the operation. This method is used when the operation is no longer kept in the history. Implementers of this method typically unregister any listeners.
        Specified by:
        dispose in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        dispose in class AbstractOperation
      • getTriggeringOperation

        public IUndoableOperation getTriggeringOperation()
        Return the operation that triggered the other operations in this composite.
        Returns:
        the IUndoableOperation that triggered the other children.
      • getAffectedObjects

        public Object[] getAffectedObjects()
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation

        Return an array of objects that are affected by executing, undoing, or redoing this operation. If it cannot be determined which objects are affected, return null.

        Specified by:
        getAffectedObjects in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Returns:
        the array of Objects modified by this operation, or null if the affected objects cannot be determined.
      • aboutToNotify

        public void aboutToNotify​(OperationHistoryEvent event)
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation

        An operation history notification about this operation is about to be sent to operation history listeners. Any preparation needed before listeners are notified about this operation should be performed here.

        This method has been added to support legacy undo frameworks that are adapting to IUndoableOperation. Operations that previously relied on notification from their containing history or stack before any listeners are notified about changes to the operation should implement this interface.

        Specified by:
        aboutToNotify in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Parameters:
        event - the event that is about to be sent with the pending notification
      • computeUndoableStatus

        public IStatus computeUndoableStatus​(IProgressMonitor monitor)
                                      throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Return a status indicating the projected outcome of undoing the receiver. This method should be used to report the possible outcome of an undo and is used when computing the validity of an undo is too expensive to perform in IUndoableOperation.canUndo(). It is not called by the operation history, but instead is used by clients (such as implementers of IOperationApprover) who wish to perform advanced validation of an operation before attempting to undo it. If the result of this method is the discovery that an operation can in fact not be undone, then the operation is expected to correctly answer false on subsequent calls to IUndoableOperation.canUndo().
        Specified by:
        computeUndoableStatus in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user while computing the validity.
        Returns:
        the IStatus indicating the validity of the undo. The status severity should be set to OK if the undo can successfully be performed, and ERROR if it cannnot. Any other status is assumed to represent an ambiguous state.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurs while computing the validity.
      • computeRedoableStatus

        public IStatus computeRedoableStatus​(IProgressMonitor monitor)
                                      throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Return a status indicating the projected outcome of redoing the receiver. This method should be used to report the possible outcome of a redo and is used when computing the validity of a redo is too expensive to perform in IUndoableOperation.canRedo(). It is not called by the operation history, but instead is used by clients (such as implementers of IOperationApprover) who wish to perform advanced validation of an operation before attempting to redo it. If the result of this method is the discovery that an operation can in fact not be redone, then the operation is expected to correctly answer false on subsequent calls to IUndoableOperation.canRedo().
        Specified by:
        computeRedoableStatus in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user while computing the validity.
        Returns:
        the IStatus indicating the validity of the redo. The status severity should be set to OK if the redo can successfully be performed, and ERROR if it cannnot. Any other status is assumed to represent an ambiguous state.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurs while computing the validity.
      • replaceContext

        public void replaceContext​(IUndoContext original,
                                   IUndoContext replacement)
        Replace the undo context of the receiver with the provided replacement undo context. In the case of triggered operations, all contained operations are checked and any occurrence of the original context is replaced with the new undo context.

        This message has no effect if the original undo context is not present in the receiver.

        Specified by:
        replaceContext in interface IContextReplacingOperation
        Parameters:
        original - the undo context which is to be replaced
        replacement - the undo context which is replacing the original
        Since:
        3.2
      • addContext

        public void addContext​(IUndoContext context)
        Add the specified context to the operation. Overridden in TriggeredOperations to add the specified undo context to the triggering operation.
        Specified by:
        addContext in interface IUndoableOperation
        Overrides:
        addContext in class AbstractOperation
        Parameters:
        context - the context to be added
        Since:
        3.2
      • computeExecutionStatus

        public IStatus computeExecutionStatus​(IProgressMonitor monitor)
                                       throws ExecutionException
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Return a status indicating the projected outcome of executing the receiver. This method should be used to report the possible outcome of executing an operation when computing the validity of an execute is too expensive to perform in IUndoableOperation.canExecute(). It is not called by the operation history, but instead is used by clients (such as implementers of IOperationApprover2) who wish to perform advanced validation of an operation before attempting to execute it. If the result of this method is the discovery that an operation can in fact not be executed, then the operation is expected to correctly answer false on subsequent calls to IUndoableOperation.canExecute().
        Specified by:
        computeExecutionStatus in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Parameters:
        monitor - the progress monitor (or null) to use for reporting progress to the user while computing the validity.
        Returns:
        the IStatus indicating the validity of the execute. The status severity should be set to OK if the execute can successfully be performed, and ERROR if it cannot. Any other severity is assumed to represent an ambiguous state.
        Throws:
        ExecutionException - if an exception occurs while computing the validity.
        Since:
        3.6
      • setQuietCompute

        public void setQuietCompute​(boolean quiet)
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Set a boolean that instructs whether the computation of the receiver's execution, undo, or redo status should quietly compute status without consulting or prompting the user. The default value is false. This flag should only be set to true while the execution, undo, or redo status computations are being performed in the background, and should be restored to false when complete.

        If the status computation methods typically need to consult the user in order to determine the severity of a particular situation, the least severe status that could be chosen by the user should be returned when this flag is true. This can help to prevent overzealous disposal of the operation history when an operation is in an ambiguous state. Typically, the status computation methods are invoked with this flag set to false just before the actual execution, undo, or redo occurs, so the user can be consulted for the final outcome.

        Specified by:
        setQuietCompute in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Parameters:
        quiet - true if it is inappropriate to consult or otherwise prompt the user while computing status, and false if the user may be prompted.
        Since:
        3.6
        See Also:
        IAdvancedUndoableOperation2.computeExecutionStatus(IProgressMonitor), IAdvancedUndoableOperation.computeUndoableStatus(IProgressMonitor), IAdvancedUndoableOperation.computeRedoableStatus(IProgressMonitor)
      • runInBackground

        public boolean runInBackground()
        Description copied from interface: IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Return a boolean that instructs whether the operation should be executed, undone, or redone in a background thread.
        Specified by:
        runInBackground in interface IAdvancedUndoableOperation2
        Returns:
        true if the operation should be run in the background, false if it should not.
        Since:
        3.6