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Uses of Class

Packages that use AbstractCommand
org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core.command Provides a set of classes for executing, undoing and redoing units of work, known as Commands

Uses of AbstractCommand in org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core.command

Subclasses of AbstractCommand in org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core.command
 class CompositeCommand
          An undoable command that is composed of child IUndoableOperations that are not known to modify EMF model resources, but can contain model-affecting children.
 class IdentityCommand
          A command that is always executable, undoable and redoable, but does nothing.
 class OneTimeCommand
          A command does its work once, and can never be undone or redone.
 class UnexecutableCommand
          A command that cannot be executed.


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