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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.team.ui.mapping
Interface ITeamStateChangeEvent

All Known Implementing Classes:
TeamStateChangeEvent

public interface ITeamStateChangeEvent

A description of the team state changes that have occurred. This event indicates the resources for which the team state may have changed. However, it may be the case that the state did not actually change. Clients that wish to determine if the state ha changed must cache the previous state and re-obtain the state when they receive this event. Also, the event may not include team state changes that resulted from local changes. Clients should listen for resource changes as well.

This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients. Clients should instead use TeamStateChangeEvent.

Since:
3.2
See Also:
ITeamStateChangeListener, ITeamStateProvider, TeamStateChangeEvent

Method Summary
  IResource[] getAddedRoots ()
          Return the set of resources that were previously undecorated but are now decorated.
  IResource[] getChangedResources ()
          Return the set of resources whose decorated state has changed.
  IResource[] getRemovedRoots ()
          Return the set of resources that were previously decorated but are now undecorated.
 boolean hasChange ( IResource resource)
          Return whether the resource has any state changes.
 

Method Detail

getAddedRoots

IResource[] getAddedRoots()
Return the set of resources that were previously undecorated but are now decorated.

Returns:
the set of resources that were previously undecorated but are now decorated.

getRemovedRoots

IResource[] getRemovedRoots()
Return the set of resources that were previously decorated but are now undecorated.

Returns:
the set of resources that were previously decorated but are now undecorated.

getChangedResources

IResource[] getChangedResources()
Return the set of resources whose decorated state has changed.

Returns:
the set of resources whose decorated state has changed.

hasChange

boolean hasChange(
IResource resource)
Return whether the resource has any state changes. This returns true if the resource is included in the set of changes returned by getChangedResources() or if it is a descendant of a root that is present in a set returned by getAddedRoots() or getRemovedRoots().

Parameters:
resource - the resource
Returns:
whether the resource has any state changes

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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