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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.action
Interface ExternalActionManager.IBindingManagerCallback

All Superinterfaces:
ExternalActionManager.ICallback
All Known Implementing Classes:
ExternalActionManager.CommandCallback
Enclosing class:
ExternalActionManager

public static interface ExternalActionManager.IBindingManagerCallback
extends ExternalActionManager.ICallback

A callback which communicates with the applications binding manager. This interface provides more information from the binding manager, which allows greater integration. Implementing this interface is preferred over ExternalActionManager.ICallback.

Clients may implement this interface, but must not extend.

Since:
3.2

Method Summary
  TriggerSequence[] getActiveBindingsFor ( String commandId)
           Returns the active bindings for a particular command identifier.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jface.action. ExternalActionManager.ICallback
addPropertyChangeListener, getAccelerator, getAcceleratorText, isAcceleratorInUse, isActive, removePropertyChangeListener
 

Method Detail

getActiveBindingsFor

TriggerSequence[] getActiveBindingsFor(
String commandId)

Returns the active bindings for a particular command identifier.

Parameters:
commandId - The identifier of the command whose bindings are requested. This argument may be null. It is assumed that the command has no parameters.
Returns:
The array of active triggers (TriggerSequence) for a particular command identifier. This value is guaranteed not to be null, but it may be empty.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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