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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.ui
Interface IObjectActionDelegate

All Superinterfaces:
IActionDelegate
All Known Implementing Classes:
AddMemoryRenderingActionDelegate, ContextualLaunchAction, org.eclipse.debug.internal.ui.actions.breakpoints.ToggleBreakpointObjectActionDelegate, ToggleMethodBreakpointActionDelegate, ToggleWatchpointActionDelegate

public interface IObjectActionDelegate
extends IActionDelegate

Interface for an object action that is contributed into a popup menu for a view or editor. It extends IActionDelegate and adds an initialization method for connecting the delegate to the part it should work with.


Method Summary
 void setActivePart ( IAction action, IWorkbenchPart targetPart)
          Sets the active part for the delegate.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.ui. IActionDelegate
run, selectionChanged
 

Method Detail

setActivePart

void setActivePart(
IAction action,
                   
IWorkbenchPart targetPart)
Sets the active part for the delegate. The active part is commonly used to get a working context for the action, such as the shell for any dialog which is needed.

This method will be called every time the action appears in a popup menu. The targetPart may change with each invocation.

Parameters:
action - the action proxy that handles presentation portion of the action; must not be null.
targetPart - the new part target; must not be null.

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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