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Author bob.tarling@ntlworld.com
Full name bob.tarling@ntlworld.com
Date 2004-02-18 03:12:25 PST
Message Just reading through issue 1970 at ARgoUML http://argouml.tigri​s.org/issues/show_bu​g.cgi?id=1970 I've been prompted to ask a question that I've asked myself many times in the past.

Why is there a method shouldBeEnabled(boolean) on Cmd when Cmd extend AbstractAction which has the method setEnabled(boolean).

I presume this is due to GEF originally being pre Java2 where actions weren't tied to JButtons quite so easily.

I think the use of shouldBeENabled now causes extra unneeded framework complications.

AM I missing something or should these methods now be deprecated in favour of setEnabled()? Calling setEnabled should enabled/disable any button or menu item etc registered with that action.


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