Rhino C++ API  8.4
Public Member Functions | Public Attributes | List of all members
CRhinoUndoEventHandler Class Referenceabstract

Use CRhinoUndoEventHandlerEx instead. More...

#include <rhinoSdkDoc.h>

Inheritance diagram for CRhinoUndoEventHandler:

Public Member Functions

 CRhinoUndoEventHandler ()
virtual ~CRhinoUndoEventHandler ()
virtual void Undo (const CRhinoCommand *cmd, const wchar_t *action_description, bool bCreatedByRedo, unsigned int undo_event_sn)=0

Public Attributes

ON_wString m_description
 The AuditUndo command prints this description. More...

Detailed Description

Use CRhinoUndoEventHandlerEx instead.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ CRhinoUndoEventHandler()

CRhinoUndoEventHandler::CRhinoUndoEventHandler ( )

◆ ~CRhinoUndoEventHandler()

virtual CRhinoUndoEventHandler::~CRhinoUndoEventHandler ( )

Member Function Documentation

◆ Undo()

virtual void CRhinoUndoEventHandler::Undo ( const CRhinoCommand cmd,
const wchar_t *  action_description,
bool  bCreatedByRedo,
unsigned int  undo_event_sn 
pure virtual

Description: The Rhino Undo command will call this virtual Undo function when the event needs to be undone. You should override this function to undo changes in your plug-in data,

NEVER change any setting in the Rhino document or application. Rhino handles ALL changes to the application and document and you will break the Undo/Redo commands if you make any changes to the application or document. Parameters: cmd - [in] Command being undone. Can be NULL. action_description - [in] Description of what is being undone. Can be NULL. bCreatedByRedo - [in] True if a "Redo" was responsible for creating this record. undo_event_sn - [in] Runtime serial number Rhino assigned to the event.

Member Data Documentation

◆ m_description

ON_wString CRhinoUndoEventHandler::m_description

The AuditUndo command prints this description.