Class DeallocateEvent


public class DeallocateEvent
extends StopEvent

A DeallocateEvent is posted as an acknowledgement of the invocation of the deallocate method. It implies that the scarce resources associated with this Controller are no longer available and must be reacquired.

A DeallocateEvent can be posted at any time regardless of the Controller's previous or current state. DeallocateEvent is a StopEvent because if the Controller is in the Started state when the event is posted, it transitions to one of the Stopped states.

See Also:
Controller, ControllerListener, Serialized Form

Fields inherited from class java.util.EventObject
Constructor Summary
DeallocateEvent(Controller from, int previous, int current, int target, Time mediaTime)
Methods inherited from class
getMediaTime, toString
Methods inherited from class
getCurrentState, getPreviousState, getTargetState
Methods inherited from class
getSource, getSourceController
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public DeallocateEvent(Controller from,
                       int previous,
                       int current,
                       int target,
                       Time mediaTime)

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