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19
20 package org.netbeans.spi.project.support.ant;
21
22 import java.util.EventListener JavaDoc;
23
24 /**
25  * Listener for changes in Ant project metadata.
26  * Most changes are in-memory while the project is still modified, but changes
27  * may also be on disk.
28  * <p>Event methods are fired with read access to
29  * {@link org.netbeans.api.project.ProjectManager#mutex}.
30  * @author Jesse Glick
31  */

32 public interface AntProjectListener extends EventListener JavaDoc {
33
34     /**
35      * Called when a change was made to an XML project configuration file.
36      * @param ev an event with details of the change
37      */

38     void configurationXmlChanged(AntProjectEvent ev);
39     
40     /**
41      * Called when a change was made to a properties file that might be shared with Ant.
42      * <p class="nonnormative">
43      * Note: normally you would not use this event to detect property changes.
44      * Use the property change listener from {@link PropertyEvaluator} instead to find
45      * changes in the interpreted values of Ant properties, possibly coming from multiple
46      * properties files.
47      * </p>
48      * @param ev an event with details of the change
49      */

50     void propertiesChanged(AntProjectEvent ev);
51     
52 }
53
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