public interface StatusDecorator
FileSystem.Status. Other markers are possible, e.g. icon, but they are not provided in this interface. For icon or other GUI artifacts, please see
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Annotate the name of a file cluster.
Annotate a name such that the returned value contains HTML markup.
String annotateName(String name, Set<? extends FileObject> files)
String annotateNameHtml(String name, Set<? extends FileObject> files)
annotateName(). This is used, for example, by VCS filesystems to deemphasize the status information included in the file name by using a light grey font color.
For consistency with
filesystems that proxy other filesystems (and so must implement
this interface to supply HTML annotations) should return null if
the filesystem they proxy does not provide an implementation of
Note that since the
name argument must be free of HTML,
it is tricky to use this decorator on a
Node arising from
foreign code, to chain decorators, or otherwise when you wish to add
decorations to an HTML label whose creation you do not control.
As a workaround, pass in an arbitrary but HTML-free string as an argument
(something unlikely to occur elsewhere) and replace that string in the
result with the original HTML label - under the assumption that the
decorator does not inspect its argument but merely adds some prefix
name- the name suggested by default. It cannot contain HTML markup tags but must escape HTML metacharacters. For example "<default package>" is illegal but "<default package>" is fine.
files- an immutable set of
FileObjects belonging to this filesystem
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