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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.debug.core.model
Interface IStepFilters


public interface IStepFilters

Support for step filters for a debug target. A debug target that supports step filters should implement this interface. Step filters can be toggled on/off for a debug target via this interface. When a step method is called (see IStep), the step implementation must respect the state of the step filters as defined by this interface. This allows step filters to be toggled on/off for all stepping operations (in, over, return).

Step filter management is debug model specific - this interface is used only to turn them on/off.

In 2.1, the IFilteredStep interface was used to implement step filtering. The IFilteredStep interface is now deprecated, and this interface should be used in its place to allow filters to be applied to any step function.

Clients may implement this interface. Debug targets that support step filters should implement this interface.

Since:
3.0
See Also:
IStep

Method Summary
 boolean isStepFiltersEnabled ()
          Returns whether step filters are currently enabled in this debug target.
 void setStepFiltersEnabled (boolean enabled)
          Sets whether step filters are enabled in this debug target.
 boolean supportsStepFilters ()
          Returns whether this debug target supports step filters.
 

Method Detail

supportsStepFilters

boolean supportsStepFilters()
Returns whether this debug target supports step filters.

Returns:
whether this debug target supports step filters

isStepFiltersEnabled

boolean isStepFiltersEnabled()
Returns whether step filters are currently enabled in this debug target.

Returns:
whether step filters are currently enabled in this debug target

setStepFiltersEnabled

void setStepFiltersEnabled(boolean enabled)
Sets whether step filters are enabled in this debug target.

Parameters:
enabled - whether step filters are enabled in this debug target

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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