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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.menus
Class AbstractTrimWidget

java.lang.Object
  extended by 
org.eclipse.jface.menus.AbstractTrimWidget
All Implemented Interfaces:
IWidget
Direct Known Subclasses:
AbstractWorkbenchTrimWidget

public abstract class AbstractTrimWidget
extends Object
implements IWidget

This extension to the IWidget interface allows clients adding elements to the trim to receive notifications if the User moves the widget to another trim area.

This class is intended to be the base for any trim contributions.

Since:
3.2

Constructor Summary
AbstractTrimWidget ()
           
 
Method Summary
abstract  void dispose ()
          Disposes of the underlying widgets.
 void fill ( Composite parent)
          Fills the given composite control with controls representing this widget.
abstract  void fill ( Composite parent, int oldSide, int newSide)
          This method is called to initially construct the widget and is also called whenever the widget's composite has been moved to a trim area on a different side of the workbench.
 void fill ( CoolBar parent, int index)
          Fills the given cool bar with controls representing this contribution item.
 void fill ( Menu parent, int index)
          Fills the given menu with controls representing this widget.
 void fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          Fills the given tool bar with controls representing this contribution item.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang. Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

AbstractTrimWidget

public AbstractTrimWidget()
Method Detail

fill

public abstract void fill(
Composite parent,
                          int oldSide,
                          int newSide)
This method is called to initially construct the widget and is also called whenever the widget's composite has been moved to a trim area on a different side of the workbench. It is the client's responsibility to control the life-cycle of the Control it manages.

For example: If the implementation is constructing a ToolBar and the orientation were to change from horizontal to vertical it would have to dispose its old ToolBar and create a new one with the correct orientation.

The sides can be one of:

Parameters:
parent - The parent to (re)create the widget under
oldSide - The previous side ( SWT.DEFAULT on the initial fill)
newSide - The current side

dispose

public abstract void dispose()
Description copied from interface: IWidget
Disposes of the underlying widgets. This can be called when the widget is becoming hidden.

Specified by:
dispose in interface IWidget

fill

public void fill(
Composite parent)
Description copied from interface: IWidget
Fills the given composite control with controls representing this widget.

Specified by:
fill in interface IWidget
Parameters:
parent - the parent control

fill

public void fill(
Menu parent,
                 int index)
Description copied from interface: IWidget
Fills the given menu with controls representing this widget.

Specified by:
fill in interface IWidget
Parameters:
parent - the parent menu
index - the index where the controls are inserted, or -1 to insert at the end

fill

public void fill(
ToolBar parent,
                 int index)
Description copied from interface: IWidget
Fills the given tool bar with controls representing this contribution item.

Specified by:
fill in interface IWidget
Parameters:
parent - the parent tool bar
index - the index where the controls are inserted, or -1 to insert at the end

fill

public void fill(
CoolBar parent,
                 int index)
Description copied from interface: IWidget
Fills the given cool bar with controls representing this contribution item.

Specified by:
fill in interface IWidget
Parameters:
parent - the parent cool bar
index - the index where the controls are inserted, or -1 to insert at the end

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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