src/share/classes/javax/sound/midi/ControllerEventListener.java

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*** 25,64 **** package javax.sound.midi; import java.util.EventListener; - /** ! * The <code>ControllerEventListener</code> interface should be implemented ! * by classes whose instances need to be notified when a <code>Sequencer</code> ! * has processed a requested type of MIDI control-change event. ! * To register a <code>ControllerEventListener</code> object to receive such ! * notifications, invoke the * {@link Sequencer#addControllerEventListener(ControllerEventListener, int[]) ! * addControllerEventListener} method of <code>Sequencer</code>, ! * specifying the types of MIDI controllers about which you are interested in ! * getting control-change notifications. ! * ! * @see MidiChannel#controlChange(int, int) * * @author Kara Kytle */ public interface ControllerEventListener extends EventListener { /** ! * Invoked when a <code>Sequencer</code> has encountered and processed ! * a control-change event of interest to this listener. The event passed ! * in is a <code>ShortMessage</code> whose first data byte indicates ! * the controller number and whose second data byte is the value to which ! * the controller was set. * * @param event the control-change event that the sequencer encountered in * the sequence it is processing - * * @see Sequencer#addControllerEventListener(ControllerEventListener, int[]) * @see MidiChannel#controlChange(int, int) * @see ShortMessage#getData1 * @see ShortMessage#getData2 */ ! public void controlChange(ShortMessage event); } --- 25,61 ---- package javax.sound.midi; import java.util.EventListener; /** ! * The {@code ControllerEventListener} interface should be implemented by ! * classes whose instances need to be notified when a {@link Sequencer} has ! * processed a requested type of MIDI control-change event. To register a ! * {@code ControllerEventListener} object to receive such notifications, invoke ! * the * {@link Sequencer#addControllerEventListener(ControllerEventListener, int[]) ! * addControllerEventListener} method of {@code Sequencer}, specifying the types ! * of MIDI controllers about which you are interested in getting control-change ! * notifications. * * @author Kara Kytle + * @see MidiChannel#controlChange(int, int) */ public interface ControllerEventListener extends EventListener { /** ! * Invoked when a {@link Sequencer} has encountered and processed a ! * control-change event of interest to this listener. The event passed in is ! * a {@code ShortMessage} whose first data byte indicates the controller ! * number and whose second data byte is the value to which the controller ! * was set. * * @param event the control-change event that the sequencer encountered in * the sequence it is processing * @see Sequencer#addControllerEventListener(ControllerEventListener, int[]) * @see MidiChannel#controlChange(int, int) * @see ShortMessage#getData1 * @see ShortMessage#getData2 */ ! void controlChange(ShortMessage event); }