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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.action
Class ToolBarManager

java.lang.Object
  extended by 

org.eclipse.jface.action.ContributionManager
      extended by 
org.eclipse.jface.action.ToolBarManager
All Implemented Interfaces:
IContributionManager, IToolBarManager

public class ToolBarManager
extends ContributionManager
implements IToolBarManager

A tool bar manager is a contribution manager which realizes itself and its items in a tool bar control.

This class may be instantiated; it may also be subclassed if a more sophisticated layout is required.


Constructor Summary
ToolBarManager ()
          Creates a new tool bar manager with the default SWT button style.
ToolBarManager (int style)
          Creates a tool bar manager with the given SWT button style.
ToolBarManager ( ToolBar toolbar)
          Creates a tool bar manager for an existing tool bar control.
 
Method Summary
  ToolBar createControl ( Composite parent)
          Creates and returns this manager's tool bar control.
 void dispose ()
          Disposes of this tool bar manager and frees all allocated SWT resources.
  MenuManager getContextMenuManager ()
          Returns the context menu manager for this tool bar manager.
  ToolBar getControl ()
          Returns the tool bar control for this manager.
protected  void relayout ( ToolBar layoutBar, int oldCount, int newCount)
          Re-lays out the tool bar.
 void setContextMenuManager ( MenuManager contextMenuManager)
          Sets the context menu manager for this tool bar manager to the given menu manager.
 void update (boolean force)
          Updates this manager's underlying widget(s) with any changes which have been made to it or its items.
 
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.jface.action. ContributionManager
add, add, allowItem, appendToGroup, appendToGroup, dumpStatistics, find, getItems, getOverrides, getSize, hasDynamicItems, indexOf, indexOf, insert, insertAfter, insertAfter, insertBefore, insertBefore, internalSetItems, isDirty, isEmpty, itemAdded, itemRemoved, markDirty, prependToGroup, prependToGroup, remove, remove, removeAll, replaceItem, setDirty, setOverrides
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang. Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jface.action. IContributionManager
add, add, appendToGroup, appendToGroup, find, getItems, getOverrides, insertAfter, insertAfter, insertBefore, insertBefore, isDirty, isEmpty, markDirty, prependToGroup, prependToGroup, remove, remove, removeAll
 

Constructor Detail

ToolBarManager

public ToolBarManager()
Creates a new tool bar manager with the default SWT button style. Use the createControl(Composite) method to create the tool bar control.


ToolBarManager

public ToolBarManager(int style)
Creates a tool bar manager with the given SWT button style. Use the createControl method to create the tool bar control.

Parameters:
style - the tool bar item style
See Also:
for valid style bits

ToolBarManager

public ToolBarManager(
ToolBar toolbar)
Creates a tool bar manager for an existing tool bar control. This manager becomes responsible for the control, and will dispose of it when the manager is disposed. NOTE When creating a ToolBarManager from an existing ToolBar you will not get the accessible listener provided by JFace.

Parameters:
toolbar - the tool bar control
See Also:
ToolBarManager(), ToolBarManager(int)
Method Detail

createControl

public 
ToolBar createControl(
Composite parent)
Creates and returns this manager's tool bar control. Does not create a new control if one already exists. Also create an AccessibleListener for the ToolBar.

Parameters:
parent - the parent control
Returns:
the tool bar control

dispose

public void dispose()
Disposes of this tool bar manager and frees all allocated SWT resources. Notifies all contribution items of the dispose. Note that this method does not clean up references between this tool bar manager and its associated contribution items. Use removeAll for that purpose.


getControl

public 
ToolBar getControl()
Returns the tool bar control for this manager.

Returns:
the tool bar control, or null if none (before creating or after disposal)

relayout

protected void relayout(
ToolBar layoutBar,
                        int oldCount,
                        int newCount)
Re-lays out the tool bar.

The default implementation of this framework method re-lays out the parent when the number of items are different and the new count != 0

Parameters:
layoutBar - the tool bar control
oldCount - the old number of items
newCount - the new number of items

update

public void update(boolean force)
Description copied from interface: IContributionManager
Updates this manager's underlying widget(s) with any changes which have been made to it or its items. Normally changes to a contribution manager merely mark it as dirty, without updating the underlying widgets. This brings the underlying widgets up to date with any changes.

Specified by:
update in interface IContributionManager
Parameters:
force - true means update even if not dirty, and false for normal incremental updating

getContextMenuManager

public 
MenuManager getContextMenuManager()
Returns the context menu manager for this tool bar manager.

Returns:
the context menu manager, or null if none
Since:
3.0

setContextMenuManager

public void setContextMenuManager(
MenuManager contextMenuManager)
Sets the context menu manager for this tool bar manager to the given menu manager. If the tool bar control exists, it also adds the menu control to the tool bar.

Parameters:
contextMenuManager - the context menu manager, or null if none
Since:
3.0

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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