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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jface.text
Interface ITextInputListener

All Known Implementing Classes:
DefaultHyperlinkPresenter, MultipleHyperlinkPresenter, PaintManager

public interface ITextInputListener

Text input listeners registered with an ITextViewer are informed if the document serving as the text viewer's model is replaced.

Clients may implement this interface.

See Also:
ITextViewer, IDocument

Method Summary
 void inputDocumentAboutToBeChanged ( IDocument oldInput, IDocument newInput)
          Called before the input document is replaced.
 void inputDocumentChanged ( IDocument oldInput, IDocument newInput)
          Called after the input document has been replaced.
 

Method Detail

inputDocumentAboutToBeChanged

void inputDocumentAboutToBeChanged(
IDocument oldInput,
                                   
IDocument newInput)
Called before the input document is replaced.

Parameters:
oldInput - the text viewer's previous input document
newInput - the text viewer's new input document

inputDocumentChanged

void inputDocumentChanged(
IDocument oldInput,
                          
IDocument newInput)
Called after the input document has been replaced.

Parameters:
oldInput - the text viewer's previous input document
newInput - the text viewer's new input document

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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