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Is there a way to view all widget events? [message #462374] Tue, 11 October 2005 14:13 Go to next message
Brad Reynolds is currently offline Brad ReynoldsFriend
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Is there a way that I can view all events that are firing from a widget?
When using widgets I'm sometimes curious about what is firing and
when. It would be great if I could see everything without digging
through all the events and attaching listeners. I realize I'd have to
reverse engineer some event type codes but that's fine, I just want to
see if and when events are firing. Also I'm up for anything here.
Hacks are welcome. If it ends up being some platform specific code that
I need to throw in a conditional breakpoint that does a sysout I'm
perfectly fine with that. I just rather not have to register for every
event if possible.

Thanks,
Brad
Re: Is there a way to view all widget events? [message #463379 is a reply to message #462374] Fri, 04 November 2005 19:10 Go to previous message
Steve Northover is currently offline Steve NorthoverFriend
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Investigate Display.addFilter().

"Brad Reynolds" <bradleyjames@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:digha1$fic$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Is there a way that I can view all events that are firing from a widget?
> When using widgets I'm sometimes curious about what is firing and
> when. It would be great if I could see everything without digging
> through all the events and attaching listeners. I realize I'd have to
> reverse engineer some event type codes but that's fine, I just want to
> see if and when events are firing. Also I'm up for anything here.
> Hacks are welcome. If it ends up being some platform specific code that
> I need to throw in a conditional breakpoint that does a sysout I'm
> perfectly fine with that. I just rather not have to register for every
> event if possible.
>
> Thanks,
> Brad
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