KeyboardManager.java :  » 6.0-JDK-Core » swing » javax » swing » Java Open Source

Java Open Source » 6.0 JDK Core » swing 
swing » javax » swing » KeyboardManager.java
/*
 * Copyright 1998-2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
 * DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE COPYRIGHT NOTICES OR THIS FILE HEADER.
 *
 * This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
 * under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 only, as
 * published by the Free Software Foundation.  Sun designates this
 * particular file as subject to the "Classpath" exception as provided
 * by Sun in the LICENSE file that accompanied this code.
 *
 * This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
 * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
 * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
 * version 2 for more details (a copy is included in the LICENSE file that
 * accompanied this code).
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License version
 * 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
 * Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
 *
 * Please contact Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara,
 * CA 95054 USA or visit www.sun.com if you need additional information or
 * have any questions.
 */
package javax.swing;


import java.util.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.applet.*;
import java.beans.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import sun.awt.EmbeddedFrame;

/**
  * The KeyboardManager class is used to help dispatch keyboard actions for the
  * WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW style actions.  Actions with other conditions are handled
  * directly in JComponent.
  *
  * Here's a description of the symantics of how keyboard dispatching should work
  * atleast as I understand it.
  *
  * KeyEvents are dispatched to the focused component.  The focus manager gets first
  * crack at processing this event.  If the focus manager doesn't want it, then
  * the JComponent calls super.processKeyEvent() this allows listeners a chance
  * to process the event.
  *
  * If none of the listeners "consumes" the event then the keybindings get a shot.
  * This is where things start to get interesting.  First, KeyStokes defined with the
  * WHEN_FOCUSED condition get a chance.  If none of these want the event, then the component
  * walks though it's parents looked for actions of type WHEN_ANCESTOR_OF_FOCUSED_COMPONENT.
  *
  * If no one has taken it yet, then it winds up here.  We then look for components registered
  * for WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW events and fire to them.  Note that if none of those are found
  * then we pass the event to the menubars and let them have a crack at it.  They're handled differently.
  *
  * Lastly, we check if we're looking at an internal frame.  If we are and no one wanted the event
  * then we move up to the InternalFrame's creator and see if anyone wants the event (and so on and so on).
  * 
  *
  * @see InputMap
  */
class KeyboardManager {

    static KeyboardManager currentManager = new KeyboardManager();

    /**
      * maps top-level containers to a sub-hashtable full of keystrokes
      */
    Hashtable containerMap = new Hashtable();

    /**
      * Maps component/keystroke pairs to a topLevel container
      * This is mainly used for fast unregister operations
      */
    Hashtable componentKeyStrokeMap = new Hashtable();

    public static KeyboardManager getCurrentManager() {
        return currentManager;
    }

    public static void setCurrentManager(KeyboardManager km) {
        currentManager = km;
    }

    /**
      * register keystrokes here which are for the WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW
      * case.
      * Other types of keystrokes will be handled by walking the hierarchy
      * That simplifies some potentially hairy stuff.
      */
     public void registerKeyStroke(KeyStroke k, JComponent c) {
         Container topContainer = getTopAncestor(c);
   if (topContainer == null) {
       return;
   }
   Hashtable keyMap = (Hashtable)containerMap.get(topContainer);

   if (keyMap ==  null) {  // lazy evaluate one
       keyMap = registerNewTopContainer(topContainer);
   }

   Object tmp = keyMap.get(k);
   if (tmp == null) {
       keyMap.put(k,c);
   } else if (tmp instanceof Vector) {  // if there's a Vector there then add to it.
       Vector v = (Vector)tmp;
       if (!v.contains(c)) {  // only add if this keystroke isn't registered for this component
           v.addElement(c);
       }
   } else if (tmp instanceof JComponent) {  
     // if a JComponent is there then remove it and replace it with a vector
     // Then add the old compoennt and the new compoent to the vector
     // then insert the vector in the table
     if (tmp != c) {  // this means this is already registered for this component, no need to dup
         Vector v = new Vector();
         v.addElement(tmp);
         v.addElement(c);
         keyMap.put(k, v);
     } 
   } else {
       System.out.println("Unexpected condition in registerKeyStroke");
       Thread.dumpStack();
   }
   
   componentKeyStrokeMap.put(new ComponentKeyStrokePair(c,k), topContainer);

         // Check for EmbeddedFrame case, they know how to process accelerators even
         // when focus is not in Java
         if (topContainer instanceof EmbeddedFrame) {
             ((EmbeddedFrame)topContainer).registerAccelerator(k);
         }
     }

     /**
       * Find the top focusable Window, Applet, or InternalFrame
       */
     private static Container getTopAncestor(JComponent c) {
        for(Container p = c.getParent(); p != null; p = p.getParent()) {
            if (p instanceof Window && ((Window)p).isFocusableWindow() ||
                p instanceof Applet || p instanceof JInternalFrame) {

                return p;
      }
        }
        return null;
     }

     public void unregisterKeyStroke(KeyStroke ks, JComponent c) {

       // component may have already been removed from the hierarchy, we
       // need to look up the container using the componentKeyStrokeMap.

         ComponentKeyStrokePair ckp = new ComponentKeyStrokePair(c,ks);
   
   Object topContainer = componentKeyStrokeMap.get(ckp);

   if (topContainer == null) {  // never heard of this pairing, so bail
       return;
   }

   Hashtable keyMap = (Hashtable)containerMap.get(topContainer);
   if  (keyMap == null) { // this should never happen, but I'm being safe
       Thread.dumpStack();
       return;
   }

   Object tmp = keyMap.get(ks);
   if (tmp == null) {  // this should never happen, but I'm being safe
       Thread.dumpStack();
       return;
   }

   if (tmp instanceof JComponent && tmp == c) {
       keyMap.remove(ks);  // remove the KeyStroke from the Map
       //System.out.println("removed a stroke" + ks);
   } else if (tmp instanceof Vector ) {  // this means there is more than one component reg for this key
       Vector v = (Vector)tmp;
       v.removeElement(c);
       if ( v.isEmpty() ) {
           keyMap.remove(ks);  // remove the KeyStroke from the Map
     //System.out.println("removed a ks vector");
       }
   }
   
   if ( keyMap.isEmpty() ) {  // if no more bindings in this table
       containerMap.remove(topContainer);  // remove table to enable GC
       //System.out.println("removed a container");
   }

   componentKeyStrokeMap.remove(ckp);

         // Check for EmbeddedFrame case, they know how to process accelerators even
         // when focus is not in Java
         if (topContainer instanceof EmbeddedFrame) {
             ((EmbeddedFrame)topContainer).unregisterAccelerator(ks);
         }
     }

    /**
      * This method is called when the focused component (and none of
      * its ancestors) want the key event.  This will look up the keystroke
      * to see if any chidren (or subchildren) of the specified container
      * want a crack at the event.
      * If one of them wants it, then it will "DO-THE-RIGHT-THING"
      */
    public boolean fireKeyboardAction(KeyEvent e, boolean pressed, Container topAncestor) {

         if (e.isConsumed()) {
        System.out.println("Aquired pre-used event!");
        Thread.dumpStack();
         }

         KeyStroke ks;


   if(e.getID() == KeyEvent.KEY_TYPED) {
               ks=KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(e.getKeyChar());
         } else {
               ks=KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(e.getKeyCode(), e.getModifiers(), !pressed);
   }

   Hashtable keyMap = (Hashtable)containerMap.get(topAncestor);
   if (keyMap != null) { // this container isn't registered, so bail

       Object tmp = keyMap.get(ks);

       if (tmp == null) {
         // don't do anything
       } else if ( tmp instanceof JComponent) {
           JComponent c = (JComponent)tmp;
     if ( c.isShowing() && c.isEnabled() ) { // only give it out if enabled and visible
         fireBinding(c, ks, e, pressed);
     }
       } else if ( tmp instanceof Vector) { //more than one comp registered for this
           Vector v = (Vector)tmp;
                 // There is no well defined order for WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW
                 // bindings, but we give precedence to those bindings just
                 // added. This is done so that JMenus WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW
                 // bindings are accessed before those of the JRootPane (they
                 // both have a WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW binding for enter).
                 for (int counter = v.size() - 1; counter >= 0; counter--) {
         JComponent c = (JComponent)v.elementAt(counter);
         //System.out.println("Trying collision: " + c + " vector = "+ v.size());
         if ( c.isShowing() && c.isEnabled() ) { // don't want to give these out
             fireBinding(c, ks, e, pressed);
       if (e.isConsumed())
           return true;
         }
     }
       } else  {
           System.out.println( "Unexpected condition in fireKeyboardAction " + tmp);
     // This means that tmp wasn't null, a JComponent, or a Vector.  What is it?
     Thread.dumpStack();
       }
   }

   if (e.isConsumed()) {
       return true;
   }
   // if no one else handled it, then give the menus a crack
   // The're handled differently.  The key is to let any JMenuBars 
   // process the event
   if ( keyMap != null) {     
       Vector v = (Vector)keyMap.get(JMenuBar.class);
       if (v != null) {
           Enumeration iter = v.elements();
     while (iter.hasMoreElements()) {
         JMenuBar mb = (JMenuBar)iter.nextElement();
         if ( mb.isShowing() && mb.isEnabled() ) { // don't want to give these out
             fireBinding(mb, ks, e, pressed);
       if (e.isConsumed()) {
           return true;
       }
         }
     }
       }
   }

   return e.isConsumed();
    }

    void fireBinding(JComponent c, KeyStroke ks, KeyEvent e, boolean pressed) {
  if (c.processKeyBinding(ks, e, JComponent.WHEN_IN_FOCUSED_WINDOW,
        pressed)) {
      e.consume();
  }
    }

    public void registerMenuBar(JMenuBar mb) {
        Container top = getTopAncestor(mb);
        if (top == null) {
            return;
        }
  Hashtable keyMap = (Hashtable)containerMap.get(top);

  if (keyMap ==  null) {  // lazy evaluate one
       keyMap = registerNewTopContainer(top);
  }
  // use the menubar class as the key
  Vector menuBars = (Vector)keyMap.get(JMenuBar.class); 

  if (menuBars == null) {  // if we don't have a list of menubars, 
                           // then make one.
      menuBars = new Vector();
      keyMap.put(JMenuBar.class, menuBars);
  }

  if (!menuBars.contains(mb)) {
      menuBars.addElement(mb);
  }
    }


    public void unregisterMenuBar(JMenuBar mb) { 
  Object topContainer = getTopAncestor(mb);
        if (topContainer == null) {
            return;
        }
  Hashtable keyMap = (Hashtable)containerMap.get(topContainer);
  if (keyMap!=null) {
      Vector v = (Vector)keyMap.get(JMenuBar.class);
      if (v != null) {
    v.removeElement(mb);
    if (v.isEmpty()) {
        keyMap.remove(JMenuBar.class);
        if (keyMap.isEmpty()) {
      // remove table to enable GC
      containerMap.remove(topContainer);  
        }
    } 
      }
  }
    }
    protected Hashtable registerNewTopContainer(Container topContainer) {
       Hashtable keyMap = new Hashtable();
       containerMap.put(topContainer, keyMap);
       return keyMap;
    }

    /**
      * This class is used to create keys for a hashtable
      * which looks up topContainers based on component, keystroke pairs
      * This is used to make unregistering KeyStrokes fast
      */
    class ComponentKeyStrokePair {
        Object component;
        Object keyStroke;
        
        public ComponentKeyStrokePair(Object comp, Object key) {
      component = comp;
      keyStroke = key;
  }

        public boolean equals(Object o) {
      if ( !(o instanceof ComponentKeyStrokePair)) {
          return false;
      }
      ComponentKeyStrokePair ckp = (ComponentKeyStrokePair)o;
      return ((component.equals(ckp.component)) && (keyStroke.equals(ckp.keyStroke)));
  }

        public int hashCode() {
      return component.hashCode() * keyStroke.hashCode();
  }

    }

} // end KeyboardManager
java2s.com  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright 2009 - 12 Demo Source and Support. All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.