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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.text
Interface IDocumentAdapter

All Superinterfaces:
StyledTextContent

public interface IDocumentAdapter
extends StyledTextContent

Adapts an IDocumentto the StyledTextContent interface. The document adapter is used by TextViewer to translate document changes into styled text content changes and vice versa.

Clients may implement this interface and override TextViewer.createDocumentAdapter if they want to intercept the communication between the viewer's text widget and the viewer's document.

In order to provide backward compatibility for clients of IDocumentAdapter, extension interfaces are used as a means of evolution. The following extension interfaces exist:

  • IDocumentAdapterExtension since version 2.0 introducing a way of batching a sequence of document changes into a single styled text content notification

See Also:
IDocumentAdapterExtension, IDocument

Method Summary
 void setDocument ( IDocument document)
          Sets the adapters document.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.swt.custom. StyledTextContent
addTextChangeListener, getCharCount, getLine, getLineAtOffset, getLineCount, getLineDelimiter, getOffsetAtLine, getTextRange, removeTextChangeListener, replaceTextRange, setText
 

Method Detail

setDocument

void setDocument(
IDocument document)
Sets the adapters document.

Parameters:
document - the document to be adapted

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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