Class RevertToSavedAction

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    IAction, IUpdate

    public class RevertToSavedAction
    extends TextEditorAction
    Action for abandoning changes made in the text editor since the last save operation. The action is initially associated with a text editor via the constructor, but that can be subsequently changed using setEditor.

    This class may be instantiated; it is not intended to be subclassed.

    Restriction:
    This class is not intended to be subclassed by clients.
    • Constructor Detail

      • RevertToSavedAction

        public RevertToSavedAction​(ResourceBundle bundle,
                                   String prefix,
                                   ITextEditor editor)
        Creates a new action for the given text editor. The action configures its visual representation from the given resource bundle.
        Parameters:
        bundle - the resource bundle
        prefix - a prefix to be prepended to the various resource keys (described in ResourceAction constructor), or null if none
        editor - the text editor
        See Also:
        TextEditorAction(ResourceBundle, String, ITextEditor)
    • Method Detail

      • run

        public void run()
        Description copied from class: Action
        The default implementation of this IAction method does nothing. Subclasses should override this method if they do not need information from the triggering event, or override runWithEvent(Event) if they do.
        Specified by:
        run in interface IAction
        Overrides:
        run in class Action
        See Also:
        How radio buttons are handled, How check boxes are handled
      • update

        public void update()
        Description copied from class: TextEditorAction
        Always enables this action if it is connected to a text editor. If the associated editor is null, the action is disabled. Subclasses may override.
        Specified by:
        update in interface IUpdate
        Overrides:
        update in class TextEditorAction