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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.core.commands.operations
Interface ICompositeOperation

All Superinterfaces:
IUndoableOperation
All Known Implementing Classes:
TriggeredOperations

public interface ICompositeOperation
extends IUndoableOperation

ICompositeOperation defines an undoable operation that is composed of child operations. Requests to execute, undo, or redo a composite result in the the execution, undo, or redo of the composite as a whole. Similarly, a request to dispose the composite should result in all child operations being disposed.

Since:
3.1

Method Summary
 void add ( IUndoableOperation operation)
           Add the specified operation as a child of this operation.
 void remove ( IUndoableOperation operation)
           Remove the specified operation from this operation.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.core.commands.operations. IUndoableOperation
addContext, canExecute, canRedo, canUndo, dispose, execute, getContexts, getLabel, hasContext, redo, removeContext, undo
 

Method Detail

add

void add(
IUndoableOperation operation)

Add the specified operation as a child of this operation.

Parameters:
operation - the operation to be added. If the operation instance has already been added, this method will have no effect.

remove

void remove(
IUndoableOperation operation)

Remove the specified operation from this operation.

The composite operation should dispose the operation as part of removing it.

Parameters:
operation - the operation to be removed. The operation should be disposed by the receiver. This method will have no effect if the operation instance is not already a child.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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