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Runtime

org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.ui.services.properties
Interface IPropertiesModifier

All Superinterfaces:
IProvider
All Known Implementing Classes:
ReadOnlyDiagramPropertiesModifier

public interface IPropertiesModifier
extends IProvider

An interface to be implemented by the property modifier classes. A property modifier is responsible for modifying properties, contributed by a property provider(s). A property modifier is attached to a property provider(s). After the propety provider is done with property contribution, the modifier is applied to the properties, in order to write-protect and/or set flags and/or override display names. If the modifier is to be applied to all providers - the XML declaration of the modifier should specify the class of the provider as a '*'.


Method Summary
 void apply ( ICompositePropertySource propertySource)
          Apply code ICompositePropertySource
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core.service. IProvider
addProviderChangeListener, provides, removeProviderChangeListener
 

Method Detail

apply

void apply(
ICompositePropertySource propertySource)
Apply code ICompositePropertySource

Parameters:
propertySource - ICompositePropertySource to be applied

Runtime

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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