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force 'dirty' state? [message #592217] Sat, 29 March 2003 02:06
Ron is currently offline RonFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Is there a way to manually force a 'dirty' state in a given editor / command stack
instance, i.e., so that the file can be Saved by the user? When I create a bookmark for a
graphical application (the marker is associated with a GEF AbstractEditPart), I need to
maintain the marker ID in the model. However, creating the marker does not cause the
resource to show 'modified' (i.e., w/asterisk). I've tried doing
EditorPart.firePropertyChange( IEditorPart.PROP_DIRTY ) in the editor as well as
firePropertyChange() in the EditPart's model instance. Neither works. Any thoughts


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