Source code for pyface.undo.i_command

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# Enthought library imports.
from traits.api import Any, Interface, Str


[docs]class ICommand(Interface): """The command interface. The state of the data can be changed by passing an instance that implements this interface to the 'push()' method of a command stack along with any arguments. """ #### 'ICommand' interface ################################################# #: This is the data on which the command operates. data = Any() #: This is the name of the command as it will appear in any GUI element. It #: may include '&' which will be automatically removed whenever it is #: inappropriate. name = Str() ########################################################################### # 'ICommand' interface. ###########################################################################
[docs] def do(self): """This is called by the command stack to do the command and to return any value. The command must save any state necessary for the 'redo()' and 'undo()' methods to work. The class's __init__() must also ensure that deep copies of any arguments are made if appropriate. It is guaranteed that this will only ever be called once and that it will be called before any call to 'redo()' or 'undo()'. """
[docs] def merge(self, other): """This is called by the command stack to try and merge another command with this one. True is returned if the commands were merged. 'other' is the command that is about to be executed. If the commands are merged then 'other' will discarded and not placed on the command stack. A subsequent undo or redo of this modified command must have the same effect as the two original commands. """
[docs] def redo(self): """This is called by the command stack to redo the command. Any returned value will replace the value that the command stack references from the original call to 'do()' or previous call to 'redo()'. """
[docs] def undo(self): """ This is called by the command stack to undo the command. """