Module java.desktop

Package javax.swing.undo

package javax.swing.undo
Allows developers to provide support for undo/redo in applications such as text editors.

Note: Most of the Swing API is not thread safe. For details, see Concurrency in Swing, a section in The Java Tutorial.

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  • Class
    An abstract implementation of UndoableEdit, implementing simple responses to all boolean methods in that interface.
    Thrown when an UndoableEdit is told to redo() and can't.
    Thrown when an UndoableEdit is told to undo() and can't.
    A concrete subclass of AbstractUndoableEdit, used to assemble little UndoableEdits into great big ones.
    StateEdit is a general edit for objects that change state.
    StateEditable defines the interface for objects that can have their state undone/redone by a StateEdit.
    An UndoableEdit represents an edit.
    A support class used for managing UndoableEdit listeners.
    UndoManager manages a list of UndoableEdits, providing a way to undo or redo the appropriate edits.