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sun/jvm/hotspot/ui/treetable/JTreeTable.java

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package sun.jvm.hotspot.ui.treetable;

import java.awt.*;

import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.border.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import javax.swing.tree.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

import java.awt.event.*;

import java.util.EventObject;

/**
 * This example shows how to create a simple JTreeTable component,
 * by using a JTree as a renderer (and editor) for the cells in a
 * particular column in the JTable.
 *
 *
 * @author Philip Milne
 * @author Scott Violet
 */
public class JTreeTable extends JTable {
    /** A subclass of JTree. */
    protected TreeTableCellRenderer tree;

    //////////////////////////
    // Convenience routines //
    //////////////////////////

    private boolean treeEditable = true;
    private boolean showsIcons   = true;

    public boolean getTreeEditable() {
        return treeEditable;
    }

    public void setTreeEditable(boolean editable) {
        treeEditable = editable;
    }

    public boolean getShowsIcons() {
        return showsIcons;
    }

    public void setShowsIcons(boolean show) {
        showsIcons = show;
    }

    public void setRootVisible(boolean visible) {
        tree.setRootVisible(visible);
    }

    public boolean getShowsRootHandles() {
        return tree.getShowsRootHandles();
    }

    public void setShowsRootHandles(boolean newValue) {
        tree.setShowsRootHandles(newValue);
    }

    public JTreeTable(TreeTableModel treeTableModel) {
        super();

        // Create the tree. It will be used as a renderer and editor.
        tree = new TreeTableCellRenderer(treeTableModel);

        // Install a tableModel representing the visible rows in the tree.
        super.setModel(new TreeTableModelAdapter(treeTableModel, tree));

        // Force the JTable and JTree to share their row selection models.
        ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper selectionWrapper = new
                                ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper();
        tree.setSelectionModel(selectionWrapper);
        setSelectionModel(selectionWrapper.getListSelectionModel());

        // Install the tree editor renderer and editor.
        setDefaultRenderer(TreeTableModel.class, tree);
        setDefaultEditor(TreeTableModel.class, new TreeTableCellEditor());

        // No grid.
        setShowGrid(false);

        // No intercell spacing
        setIntercellSpacing(new Dimension(0, 0));

        // And update the height of the trees row to match that of
        // the table.
        if (tree.getRowHeight() < 1) {
            // Metal looks better like this.
            setRowHeight(20);
        }
    }

    /**
     * Overridden to message super and forward the method to the tree.
     * Since the tree is not actually in the component hieachy it will
     * never receive this unless we forward it in this manner.
     */
    public void updateUI() {
        super.updateUI();
        if(tree != null) {
            tree.updateUI();
            // Do this so that the editor is referencing the current renderer
            // from the tree. The renderer can potentially change each time
            // laf changes.
            setDefaultEditor(TreeTableModel.class, new TreeTableCellEditor());
        }
        // Use the tree's default foreground and background colors in the
        // table.
        LookAndFeel.installColorsAndFont(this, "Tree.background",
                                         "Tree.foreground", "Tree.font");
    }

    /**
     * Workaround for BasicTableUI anomaly. Make sure the UI never tries to
     * resize the editor. The UI currently uses different techniques to
     * paint the renderers and editors and overriding setBounds() below
     * is not the right thing to do for an editor. Returning -1 for the
     * editing row in this case, ensures the editor is never painted.
     */
    public int getEditingRow() {
        return (getColumnClass(editingColumn) == TreeTableModel.class) ? -1 :
                editingRow;
    }

    /**
     * Returns the actual row that is editing as <code>getEditingRow</code>
     * will always return -1.
     */
    private int realEditingRow() {
        return editingRow;
    }

    /**
     * This is overriden to invoke supers implementation, and then,
     * if the receiver is editing a Tree column, the editors bounds is
     * reset. The reason we have to do this is because JTable doesn't
     * think the table is being edited, as <code>getEditingRow</code> returns
     * -1, and therefore doesn't automaticly resize the editor for us.
     */
    public void sizeColumnsToFit(int resizingColumn) {
        super.sizeColumnsToFit(resizingColumn);
        if (getEditingColumn() != -1 && getColumnClass(editingColumn) ==
            TreeTableModel.class) {
            Rectangle cellRect = getCellRect(realEditingRow(),
                                             getEditingColumn(), false);
            Component component = getEditorComponent();
            component.setBounds(cellRect);
            component.validate();
        }
    }

    /**
     * Overridden to pass the new rowHeight to the tree.
     */
    public void setRowHeight(int rowHeight) {
        super.setRowHeight(rowHeight);
        if (tree != null && tree.getRowHeight() != rowHeight) {
            tree.setRowHeight(getRowHeight());
        }
    }

    /**
     * Returns the tree that is being shared between the model.
     */
    public JTree getTree() {
        return tree;
    }

    /**
     * Overriden to invoke repaint for the particular location if
     * the column contains the tree. This is done as the tree editor does
     * not fill the bounds of the cell, we need the renderer to paint
     * the tree in the background, and then draw the editor over it.
     */
    public boolean editCellAt(int row, int column, EventObject e){
        boolean retValue = super.editCellAt(row, column, e);
        if (retValue && getColumnClass(column) == TreeTableModel.class) {
            repaint(getCellRect(row, column, false));
        }
        return retValue;
    }

    /** A DefaultTreeCellRenderer which can optionally skip drawing
        all icons. */
    class JTreeTableCellRenderer extends DefaultTreeCellRenderer {
        public Icon getClosedIcon()        { return (showsIcons ? super.getClosedIcon()        : null); }
        public Icon getDefaultClosedIcon() { return (showsIcons ? super.getDefaultClosedIcon() : null); }
        public Icon getDefaultLeafIcon()   { return (showsIcons ? super.getDefaultLeafIcon()   : null); }
        public Icon getDefaultOpenIcon()   { return (showsIcons ? super.getDefaultOpenIcon()   : null); }
        public Icon getLeafIcon()          { return (showsIcons ? super.getLeafIcon()          : null); }
        public Icon getOpenIcon()          { return (showsIcons ? super.getOpenIcon()          : null); }
    }

    /**
     * A TreeCellRenderer that displays a JTree.
     */
    public class TreeTableCellRenderer extends JTree implements
                 TableCellRenderer {
        /** Last table/tree row asked to renderer. */
        protected int visibleRow;
        /** Border to draw around the tree, if this is non-null, it will
         * be painted. */
        protected Border highlightBorder;

        public TreeTableCellRenderer(TreeModel model) {
            super(model);
            setCellRenderer(new JTreeTableCellRenderer());
        }

        /**
         * updateUI is overridden to set the colors of the Tree's renderer
         * to match that of the table.
         */
        public void updateUI() {
            super.updateUI();
            // Make the tree's cell renderer use the table's cell selection
            // colors.
            TreeCellRenderer tcr = getCellRenderer();
            if (tcr instanceof DefaultTreeCellRenderer) {
                DefaultTreeCellRenderer dtcr = ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr);
                // For 1.1 uncomment this, 1.2 has a bug that will cause an
                // exception to be thrown if the border selection color is
                // null.
                // dtcr.setBorderSelectionColor(null);
                dtcr.setTextSelectionColor(UIManager.getColor
                                           ("Table.selectionForeground"));
                dtcr.setBackgroundSelectionColor(UIManager.getColor
                                                ("Table.selectionBackground"));
            }
        }

        /**
         * Sets the row height of the tree, and forwards the row height to
         * the table.
         */
        public void setRowHeight(int rowHeight) {
            if (rowHeight > 0) {
                super.setRowHeight(rowHeight);
                if (JTreeTable.this != null &&
                    JTreeTable.this.getRowHeight() != rowHeight) {
                    JTreeTable.this.setRowHeight(getRowHeight());
                }
            }
        }

        /**
         * This is overridden to set the height to match that of the JTable.
         */
        public void setBounds(int x, int y, int w, int h) {
            super.setBounds(x, 0, w, JTreeTable.this.getHeight());
        }

        /**
         * Sublcassed to translate the graphics such that the last visible
         * row will be drawn at 0,0.
         */
        public void paint(Graphics g) {
            g.translate(0, -visibleRow * getRowHeight());
            super.paint(g);
            // Draw the Table border if we have focus.
            if (highlightBorder != null) {
                highlightBorder.paintBorder(this, g, 0, visibleRow *
                                            getRowHeight(), getWidth(),
                                            getRowHeight());
            }
        }

        /**
         * TreeCellRenderer method. Overridden to update the visible row.
         */
        public Component getTableCellRendererComponent(JTable table,
                                                       Object value,
                                                       boolean isSelected,
                                                       boolean hasFocus,
                                                       int row, int column) {
            Color background;
            Color foreground;

            if(isSelected) {
                background = table.getSelectionBackground();
                foreground = table.getSelectionForeground();
            }
            else {
                background = table.getBackground();
                foreground = table.getForeground();
            }
            highlightBorder = null;
            if (realEditingRow() == row && getEditingColumn() == column) {
                background = UIManager.getColor("Table.focusCellBackground");
                foreground = UIManager.getColor("Table.focusCellForeground");
            }
            else if (hasFocus) {
                highlightBorder = UIManager.getBorder
                                  ("Table.focusCellHighlightBorder");
                if (isCellEditable(row, column)) {
                    background = UIManager.getColor
                                 ("Table.focusCellBackground");
                    foreground = UIManager.getColor
                                 ("Table.focusCellForeground");
                }
            }

            visibleRow = row;
            setBackground(background);

            TreeCellRenderer tcr = getCellRenderer();
            if (tcr instanceof DefaultTreeCellRenderer) {
                DefaultTreeCellRenderer dtcr = ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr);
                if (isSelected) {
                    dtcr.setTextSelectionColor(foreground);
                    dtcr.setBackgroundSelectionColor(background);
                }
                else {
                    dtcr.setTextNonSelectionColor(foreground);
                    dtcr.setBackgroundNonSelectionColor(background);
                }
            }
            return this;
        }
    }


    /**
     * An editor that can be used to edit the tree column. This extends
     * DefaultCellEditor and uses a JTextField (actually, TreeTableTextField)
     * to perform the actual editing.
     * <p>To support editing of the tree column we can not make the tree
     * editable. The reason this doesn't work is that you can not use
     * the same component for editing and renderering. The table may have
     * the need to paint cells, while a cell is being edited. If the same
     * component were used for the rendering and editing the component would
     * be moved around, and the contents would change. When editing, this
     * is undesirable, the contents of the text field must stay the same,
     * including the caret blinking, and selections persisting. For this
     * reason the editing is done via a TableCellEditor.
     * <p>Another interesting thing to be aware of is how tree positions
     * its render and editor. The render/editor is responsible for drawing the
     * icon indicating the type of node (leaf, branch...). The tree is
     * responsible for drawing any other indicators, perhaps an additional
     * +/- sign, or lines connecting the various nodes. So, the renderer
     * is positioned based on depth. On the other hand, table always makes
     * its editor fill the contents of the cell. To get the allusion
     * that the table cell editor is part of the tree, we don't want the
     * table cell editor to fill the cell bounds. We want it to be placed
     * in the same manner as tree places it editor, and have table message
     * the tree to paint any decorations the tree wants. Then, we would
     * only have to worry about the editing part. The approach taken
     * here is to determine where tree would place the editor, and to override
     * the <code>reshape</code> method in the JTextField component to
     * nudge the textfield to the location tree would place it. Since
     * JTreeTable will paint the tree behind the editor everything should
     * just work. So, that is what we are doing here. Determining of
     * the icon position will only work if the TreeCellRenderer is
     * an instance of DefaultTreeCellRenderer. If you need custom
     * TreeCellRenderers, that don't descend from DefaultTreeCellRenderer,
     * and you want to support editing in JTreeTable, you will have
     * to do something similiar.
     */
    public class TreeTableCellEditor extends DefaultCellEditor {
        public TreeTableCellEditor() {
            super(new TreeTableTextField());
        }

        /**
         * Overriden to determine an offset that tree would place the
         * editor at. The offset is determined from the
         * <code>getRowBounds</code> JTree method, and additionaly
         * from the icon DefaultTreeCellRenderer will use.
         * <p>The offset is then set on the TreeTableTextField component
         * created in the constructor, and returned.
         */
        public Component getTableCellEditorComponent(JTable table,
                                                     Object value,
                                                     boolean isSelected,
                                                     int r, int c) {
            Component component = super.getTableCellEditorComponent
                (table, value, isSelected, r, c);
            JTree t = getTree();
            boolean rv = t.isRootVisible();
            int offsetRow = rv ? r : r - 1;
            Rectangle bounds = t.getRowBounds(offsetRow);
            int offset = bounds.x;
            TreeCellRenderer tcr = t.getCellRenderer();
            if (tcr instanceof DefaultTreeCellRenderer) {
                Object node = t.getPathForRow(offsetRow).
                                getLastPathComponent();
                Icon icon;
                if (t.getModel().isLeaf(node))
                    icon = ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr).getLeafIcon();
                else if (tree.isExpanded(offsetRow))
                    icon = ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr).getOpenIcon();
                else
                    icon = ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr).getClosedIcon();
                if (icon != null) {
                    offset += ((DefaultTreeCellRenderer)tcr).getIconTextGap() +
                              icon.getIconWidth();
                }
            }
            ((TreeTableTextField)getComponent()).offset = offset;
            return component;
        }

        /**
         * This is overriden to forward the event to the tree. This will
         * return true if the click count >= 3, or the event is null.
         */
        public boolean isCellEditable(EventObject e) {
            if (e instanceof MouseEvent) {
                MouseEvent me = (MouseEvent)e;
                // If the modifiers are not 0 (or the left mouse button),
                // tree may try and toggle the selection, and table
                // will then try and toggle, resulting in the
                // selection remaining the same. To avoid this, we
                // only dispatch when the modifiers are 0 (or the left mouse
                // button).
                if (me.getModifiers() == 0 ||
                    me.getModifiers() == InputEvent.BUTTON1_MASK) {
                    for (int counter = getColumnCount() - 1; counter >= 0;
                         counter--) {
                        if (getColumnClass(counter) == TreeTableModel.class) {
                            MouseEvent newME = new MouseEvent
                                  (JTreeTable.this.tree, me.getID(),
                                   me.getWhen(), me.getModifiers(),
                                   me.getX() - getCellRect(0, counter, true).x,
                                   me.getY(), me.getClickCount(),
                                   me.isPopupTrigger());
                            JTreeTable.this.tree.dispatchEvent(newME);
                            break;
                        }
                    }
                }
                if (me.getClickCount() >= 3) {
                    return treeEditable;
                }
                return false;
            }
            if (e == null) {
                return treeEditable;
            }
            return false;
        }
    }


    /**
     * Component used by TreeTableCellEditor. The only thing this does
     * is to override the <code>reshape</code> method, and to ALWAYS
     * make the x location be <code>offset</code>.
     */
    static class TreeTableTextField extends JTextField {
        public int offset;

        public void setBounds(int x, int y, int w, int h) {
            int newX = Math.max(x, offset);
            super.setBounds(newX, y, w - (newX - x), h);
        }
    }


    /**
     * ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper extends DefaultTreeSelectionModel
     * to listen for changes in the ListSelectionModel it maintains. Once
     * a change in the ListSelectionModel happens, the paths are updated
     * in the DefaultTreeSelectionModel.
     */
    class ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper extends DefaultTreeSelectionModel {
        /** Set to true when we are updating the ListSelectionModel. */
        protected boolean         updatingListSelectionModel;

        public ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper() {
            super();
            getListSelectionModel().addListSelectionListener
                                    (createListSelectionListener());
        }

        /**
         * Returns the list selection model. ListToTreeSelectionModelWrapper
         * listens for changes to this model and updates the selected paths
         * accordingly.
         */
        ListSelectionModel getListSelectionModel() {
            return listSelectionModel;
        }

        /**
         * This is overridden to set <code>updatingListSelectionModel</code>
         * and message super. This is the only place DefaultTreeSelectionModel
         * alters the ListSelectionModel.
         */
        public void resetRowSelection() {
            if(!updatingListSelectionModel) {
                updatingListSelectionModel = true;
                try {
                    super.resetRowSelection();
                }
                finally {
                    updatingListSelectionModel = false;
                }
            }
            // Notice how we don't message super if
            // updatingListSelectionModel is true. If
            // updatingListSelectionModel is true, it implies the
            // ListSelectionModel has already been updated and the
            // paths are the only thing that needs to be updated.
        }

        /**
         * Creates and returns an instance of ListSelectionHandler.
         */
        protected ListSelectionListener createListSelectionListener() {
            return new ListSelectionHandler();
        }

        /**
         * If <code>updatingListSelectionModel</code> is false, this will
         * reset the selected paths from the selected rows in the list
         * selection model.
         */
        protected void updateSelectedPathsFromSelectedRows() {
            if(!updatingListSelectionModel) {
                updatingListSelectionModel = true;
                try {
                    // This is way expensive, ListSelectionModel needs an
                    // enumerator for iterating.
                    int        min = listSelectionModel.getMinSelectionIndex();
                    int        max = listSelectionModel.getMaxSelectionIndex();

                    clearSelection();
                    if(min != -1 && max != -1) {
                        for(int counter = min; counter <= max; counter++) {
                            if(listSelectionModel.isSelectedIndex(counter)) {
                                TreePath     selPath = tree.getPathForRow
                                                            (counter);

                                if(selPath != null) {
                                    addSelectionPath(selPath);
                                }
                            }
                        }
                    }
                }
                finally {
                    updatingListSelectionModel = false;
                }
            }
        }

        /**
         * Class responsible for calling updateSelectedPathsFromSelectedRows
         * when the selection of the list changse.
         */
        class ListSelectionHandler implements ListSelectionListener {
            public void valueChanged(ListSelectionEvent e) {
                updateSelectedPathsFromSelectedRows();
            }
        }
    }
}

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