Class JavaBreakpointConditionEditor


public final class JavaBreakpointConditionEditor extends org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
Controls to edit a breakpoint's conditional expression, condition enabled state, and suspend policy (suspend when condition is true or when the value of the conditional expression changes).

The controls are intended to be embedded in a composite provided by the client - for example, in a dialog. Clients must call createControl(Composite) as the first life cycle method after instantiation. Clients may then call setInput(Object) with the breakpoint object to be displayed/edited. Changes are not applied to the breakpoint until doSave() is called. The method isDirty() may be used to determine if any changes have been made in the editor, and getStatus() may be used to determine if the editor settings are valid. Clients can register for property change notification (addPropertyListener(IPropertyListener)). The editor will fire a property change each time a setting is modified. The same editor can be used to display different breakpoints by calling setInput(Object) with different breakpoint objects.

  • Field Details


      public static final int PROP_CONDITION
      Property id for breakpoint condition expression.
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      public static final int PROP_CONDITION_ENABLED
      Property id for breakpoint condition enabled state.
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      public static final int PROP_CONDITION_SUSPEND_POLICY
      Property id for breakpoint condition suspend policy.
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  • Constructor Details

    • JavaBreakpointConditionEditor

      public JavaBreakpointConditionEditor()
      Creates a new Java breakpoint condition editor.
    • JavaBreakpointConditionEditor

      public JavaBreakpointConditionEditor(IDialogSettings dialogSettings)
      Creates a new Java breakpoint condition editor with a history drop-down list.
      dialogSettings - the dialog settings for the condition history or null to use the default settings (i.e. those used by JDT Debug)
  • Method Details

    • addPropertyListener

      public void addPropertyListener(IPropertyListener listener)
      Adds the given property listener to this editor. Property changes are reported on the breakpoint being edited. Property identifiers are breakpoint attribute keys.
      addPropertyListener in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      listener - listener
    • removePropertyListener

      public void removePropertyListener(IPropertyListener listener)
      Removes the property listener from this editor.
      removePropertyListener in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      listener - listener
    • setInput

      public void setInput(Object input) throws CoreException
      Sets the breakpoint to editor or null if none.
      Specified by:
      setInput in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      input - breakpoint or null
      CoreException - if unable to access breakpoint attributes
    • createControl

      public Control createControl(Composite parent)
      Creates the condition editor widgets and returns the top level control.
      Specified by:
      createControl in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      parent - composite to embed the editor controls in
      top level control
    • dispose

      protected void dispose()
      Disposes this editor and its controls. Once disposed, the editor can no longer be used.
      dispose in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
    • setFocus

      public void setFocus()
      Gives focus to an appropriate control in the editor.
      Specified by:
      setFocus in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
    • doSave

      public void doSave() throws CoreException
      Saves current settings to the breakpoint being edited. Has no effect if a breakpoint is not currently being edited or if this editor is not dirty.
      Specified by:
      doSave in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      CoreException - if unable to update the breakpoint.
    • getStatus

      public IStatus getStatus()
      Returns a status describing whether the condition editor is in a valid state. Returns an OK status when all is good. For example, an error status is returned when the conditional expression is empty but enabled.
      Specified by:
      getStatus in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      editor status.
    • isDirty

      public boolean isDirty()
      Returns whether the editor needs saving.
      isDirty in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      whether the editor needs saving
    • setMnemonics

      public void setMnemonics(boolean mnemonics)
      Sets whether mnemonics should be displayed in editor controls. Only has an effect if set before createControl(Composite) is called. By default, mnemonics are displayed.
      setMnemonics in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      mnemonics - whether to display mnemonics
    • getInput

      public Object getInput()
      Returns the breakpoint being edited or null if none.
      Specified by:
      getInput in class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.debug.ui.breakpoints.AbstractJavaBreakpointEditor
      breakpoint or null