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org.eclipse.jet
Interface BufferedJET2Writer

All Superinterfaces:
JET2Writer
All Known Implementing Classes:
BodyContentWriter

public interface BufferedJET2Writer
extends JET2Writer

Protocol defining a buffered writer for JET. A buffered writer does not write directly to an output source. Instead, it writes to an internal buffer that may be later retrieved and modified.

This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.

Since:
0.8.0

Method Summary
 java.lang.Object getAdapter (java.lang.Class adapterClass)
          Adapt the writer to the given class.
 java.lang.String getContent ()
          Return the buffered content of the writer as a string.
 java.lang.String getContent (int offset, int length)
          Return a ranged of text within the buffered cotnent of the writer.
 int getContentLength ()
          Return the length of the buffered content.
 void replaceContent (int offset, int length, java.lang.String text)
          Replace content in the buffer.
 void setContent (java.lang.String content)
          Set the buffer content, removing any previously written content.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jet. JET2Writer
addEventListener, addPosition, addPositionCategory, getDocument, getEventListeners, getLength, getParentWriter, getPositions, newNestedContentWriter, replace, write, write, write, write, write, write, write, write, write, write
 

Method Detail

getContentLength

int getContentLength()
Return the length of the buffered content.

Returns:
the length

getContent

java.lang.String getContent()
Return the buffered content of the writer as a string.

Returns:
the content

getContent

java.lang.String getContent(int offset,
                            int length)
Return a ranged of text within the buffered cotnent of the writer.

Parameters:
offset - the offset of the text to return
length - the length of the text to return
Returns:
the content
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if offset or length do not fail within the current contents

replaceContent

void replaceContent(int offset,
                    int length,
                    java.lang.String text)
Replace content in the buffer.

Parameters:
offset - the offset of the text to replace
length - the length of the text to replace
text - the replacement text
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if offset or length do not fall within the current contents

setContent

void setContent(java.lang.String content)
Set the buffer content, removing any previously written content.

Parameters:
content -

getAdapter

java.lang.Object getAdapter(java.lang.Class adapterClass)
Adapt the writer to the given class. The primary use of this method is to access the underlying buffer implementation.

Parameters:
adapterClass - the class to return
Returns:
the adapter or null if adapterClass is not supported.

Copyright 2006 IBM Corporation and others.
All Rights Reserved.


 
 
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