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KeyboardFocusManager.java

/* KeyboardFocusManager.java -- manage component focusing via the keyboard
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package java.awt;

import java.awt.event.FocusEvent;
import java.awt.event.KeyEvent;
import java.beans.PropertyChangeListener;
import java.beans.PropertyChangeSupport;
import java.beans.PropertyVetoException;
import java.beans.VetoableChangeListener;
import java.beans.VetoableChangeSupport;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.HashSet;
import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.Set;

/**
 * The <code>KeyboardFocusManager</code> handles the focusing of
 * windows for receiving keyboard events.  The manager handles
 * the dispatch of all <code>FocusEvent</code>s and
 * <code>KeyEvent</code>s, along with <code>WindowEvent</code>s
 * relating to the focused window.  Users can use the manager
 * to ascertain the current focus owner and fire events.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * The focus owner is the <code>Component</code> that receives
 * key events.  The focus owner is either the currently focused
 * window or a component within this window.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * The underlying native windowing system may denote the active
 * window or its children with special decorations (e.g. a highlighted
 * title bar).  The active window is always either a <code>Frame</code>
 * or <code>Dialog</code>, and is either the currently focused
 * window or its owner.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * Applets may be partitioned into different applet contexts, according
 * to their code base.  In this case, each context has its own
 * <code>KeyboardFocusManager</code>, as opposed to the global
 * manager maintained by applets which share the same context.
 * Each context is insulated from the others, and they don't interact.
 * The resulting behaviour, as with context division, depends on the browser
 * supporting the applets.  Regardless, there can only ever be
 * one focused window, one active window and one focus owner
 * per <code>ClassLoader</code>.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * To support this separation of focus managers, the manager instances
 * and the internal state information is grouped by the
 * <code>ThreadGroup</code> to which it pertains.  With respect to
 * applets, each code base has its own <code>ThreadGroup</code>, so the
 * isolation of each context is enforced within the manager.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * By default, the manager defines TAB and Ctrl+TAB as the
 * forward focus traversal keys and Shift+TAB and Ctrl+Shift+TAB
 * as the backward focus traversal keys.  No up or down cycle
 * traversal keys are defined by default.  Traversal takes effect
 * on the firing of a relevant <code>KEY_PRESSED</code> event.
 * However, all other key events related to the use of the
 * defined focus traversal key sequence are consumed and not
 * dispatched.
 * <br />
 * <br />
 * These default traversal keys come into effect on all windows
 * for which no alternative set of keys is defined.  This also
 * applies recursively to any child components of such a window,
 * which define no traversal keys of their own.
 *
 * @author Eric Blake <ebb9@email.byu.edu>
 * @author Thomas Fitzsimmons <fitzsim@redhat.com>
 * @author Andrew John Hughes <gnu_andrew@member.fsf.org>
 * @since 1.4
 */
00117 public abstract class KeyboardFocusManager
  implements KeyEventDispatcher, KeyEventPostProcessor
{
  /** Identifies {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that move the focus forward in
      the focus cycle. */
00122   public static final int FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS = 0;

  /** Identifies {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that move the focus backward in
      the focus cycle. */
00126   public static final int BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS = 1;

  /** Identifies {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that move the focus up to the
      parent focus cycle root. */
00130   public static final int UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS = 2;

  /** Identifies {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that move the focus down to the
      child focus cycle root. */
00134   public static final int DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS = 3;

  /** The set of {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that cause focus to be moved to
      the next focusable Component in the focus cycle. */
00138   private static final Set DEFAULT_FORWARD_KEYS;

  /** The set of {@link AWTKeyStroke}s that cause focus to be moved to
      the previous focusable Component in the focus cycle. */
00142   private static final Set DEFAULT_BACKWARD_KEYS;

  /** Populate the DEFAULT_FORWARD_KEYS and DEFAULT_BACKWARD_KEYS
      {@link java.util.Set}s. */
  static
  {
    Set s = new HashSet();
    s.add(AWTKeyStroke.getAWTKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_TAB, 0));
    s.add(AWTKeyStroke.getAWTKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_TAB,
                                       KeyEvent.CTRL_DOWN_MASK));
    DEFAULT_FORWARD_KEYS = Collections.unmodifiableSet(s);
    s = new HashSet();
    s.add(AWTKeyStroke.getAWTKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_TAB,
                                       KeyEvent.SHIFT_DOWN_MASK));
    s.add(AWTKeyStroke.getAWTKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_TAB,
                                       KeyEvent.SHIFT_DOWN_MASK
                                       | KeyEvent.CTRL_DOWN_MASK));
    DEFAULT_BACKWARD_KEYS = Collections.unmodifiableSet(s);
  }

  /** The global object {@link java.util.Map}s. */

  /** For security reasons, {@link java.applet.Applet}s in different
      codebases must be insulated from one another.  Since {@link
      KeyboardFocusManager}s have the ability to return {@link
      Component}s from a given {@link java.applet.Applet}, each
      codebase must have an independent {@link KeyboardFocusManager}.
      Since each codebase has its own {@link ThreadGroup} in which its
      {@link Applet}s run, it makes sense to partition {@link
      KeyboardFocusManager}s according to {@link
      java.lang.ThreadGroup}.  Thus, currentKeyboardFocusManagers is a
      {@link java.util.Map} keyed on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}. */
00174   private static Map currentKeyboardFocusManagers = new HashMap ();

  /** {@link java.applet.Applet}s in one codebase must not be allowed
      to access {@link Component}s in {@link java.applet.Applet}s in
      other codebases.  To enforce this restriction, we key the
      following {@link java.util.Map}s on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}s (which
      are per-codebase).  For example, if {@link
      java.lang.ThreadGroup} A calls {@link #setGlobalFocusOwner},
      passing {@link Component} C, currentFocusOwners[A] is assigned
      C, and all other currentFocusOwners values are nullified.  Then
      if {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup} A subsequently calls {@link
      #getGlobalFocusOwner}, it will return currentFocusOwners[A],
      that is, {@link Component} C.  If another {@link
      java.lang.ThreadGroup} K calls {@link #getGlobalFocusOwner}, it
      will return currentFocusOwners[K], that is, null.

      Since this is a static field, we ensure that there is only one
      focused {@link Component} per class loader. */
00192   private static Map currentFocusOwners = new HashMap ();

  /** A {@link java.util.Map} keyed on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}s
      that stores the {@link Component} that owns the permanent
      keyboard focus. @see currentFocusOwners */
00197   private static Map currentPermanentFocusOwners = new HashMap ();

  /** A {@link java.util.Map} keyed on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}s
      that stores the focused {@link Window}. @see
      currentFocusOwners */
00202   private static Map currentFocusedWindows = new HashMap ();

  /** A {@link java.util.Map} keyed on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}s
      that stores the active {@link Window}. @see
      currentFocusOwners */
00207   private static Map currentActiveWindows = new HashMap ();

  /** A {@link java.util.Map} keyed on {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}s
      that stores the focus cycle root {@link Container}. @see
      currentFocusOwners */
00212   private static Map currentFocusCycleRoots = new HashMap ();

  /** The default {@link FocusTraveralPolicy} that focus-managing
      {@link Container}s will use to define their initial focus
      traversal policy. */
00217   private FocusTraversalPolicy defaultPolicy;

  /** An array that stores the {@link #FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS}, {@link
      #BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS}, {@link #UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS} and
      {@link #DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS} {@link AWTKeyStroke}s {@link
      java.util.Set}s. */
00223   private Set[] defaultFocusKeys = new Set[]
  {
    DEFAULT_FORWARD_KEYS, DEFAULT_BACKWARD_KEYS,
    Collections.EMPTY_SET, Collections.EMPTY_SET
  };

  /**
   * A utility class to support the handling of events relating to property changes.
   */
00232   private final PropertyChangeSupport propertyChangeSupport = new PropertyChangeSupport (this);

  /**
   * A utility class to support the handling of events relating to vetoable changes.
   */
00237   private final VetoableChangeSupport vetoableChangeSupport = new VetoableChangeSupport (this);

  /** A list of {@link KeyEventDispatcher}s that process {@link
      KeyEvent}s before they are processed the default keyboard focus
      manager. */
00242   private final ArrayList keyEventDispatchers = new ArrayList();

  /** A list of {@link KeyEventPostProcessor}s that process unconsumed
      {@link KeyEvent}s. */
00246   private final ArrayList keyEventPostProcessors = new ArrayList();

  /**
   * Construct a KeyboardFocusManager.
   */
00251   public KeyboardFocusManager ()
  {
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the keyboard focus manager associated with the {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup} to which the calling thread belongs.
   *
   * @return the keyboard focus manager associated with the current
   * thread group
   */
00262   public static KeyboardFocusManager getCurrentKeyboardFocusManager ()
  {
    ThreadGroup currentGroup = Thread.currentThread ().getThreadGroup ();

    if (currentKeyboardFocusManagers.get (currentGroup) == null)
      setCurrentKeyboardFocusManager (null);

    return (KeyboardFocusManager) currentKeyboardFocusManagers.get (currentGroup);
  }

  /**
   * Set the keyboard focus manager associated with the {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup} to which the calling thread belongs.
   *
   * @param m the keyboard focus manager for the current thread group
   */
00278   public static void setCurrentKeyboardFocusManager (KeyboardFocusManager m)
  {
    SecurityManager sm = System.getSecurityManager ();
    if (sm != null)
      sm.checkPermission (new AWTPermission ("replaceKeyboardFocusManager"));

    ThreadGroup currentGroup = Thread.currentThread ().getThreadGroup ();
    KeyboardFocusManager manager;

    if (m == null)
      manager = new DefaultKeyboardFocusManager ();
    else
      manager = m;

    currentKeyboardFocusManagers.put (currentGroup, manager);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Component} that has the keyboard focus, or
   * null if the focus owner was not set by a thread in the current
   * {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the keyboard focus owner or null
   */
00302   public Component getFocusOwner ()
  {
    Component owner = (Component) getObject (currentFocusOwners);
    if (owner == null)
      owner = (Component) getObject (currentPermanentFocusOwners);
    return owner;
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Component} that has the keyboard focus,
   * regardless of whether or not it was set by a thread in the
   * current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.  If there is no temporary
   * focus owner in effect then this method will return the same value
   * as {@link #getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner}.
   *
   * @return the keyboard focus owner
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   */
00321   protected Component getGlobalFocusOwner ()
  {
    // Check if there is a temporary focus owner.
    Component focusOwner = (Component) getGlobalObject (currentFocusOwners);

    return (focusOwner == null) ? getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner () : focusOwner;
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link Component} that will be returned by {@link
   * #getFocusOwner} (when it is called from the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}) and {@link #getGlobalFocusOwner}.  This
   * method does not actually transfer the keyboard focus.
   *
   * @param owner the Component to return from getFocusOwner and
   * getGlobalFocusOwner
   *
   * @see Component.requestFocus ()
   * @see Component.requestFocusInWindow ()
   */
00341   protected void setGlobalFocusOwner (Component owner)
  {
    if (owner == null || owner.focusable)
      setGlobalObject (currentFocusOwners, owner, "focusOwner");
  }

  /**
   * Clear the global focus owner and deliver a FOCUS_LOST event to
   * the previously-focused {@link Component}.  Until another {@link
   * Component} becomes the keyboard focus owner, key events will be
   * discarded by top-level windows.
   */
00353   public void clearGlobalFocusOwner ()
  {
    synchronized (currentFocusOwners)
      {
        Component focusOwner = getGlobalFocusOwner ();
        Component permanentFocusOwner = getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner ();

        setGlobalFocusOwner (null);
        setGlobalPermanentFocusOwner (null);

        // Inform the old focus owner that it has lost permanent
        // focus.
        if (focusOwner != null)
          {
            // We can't cache the event queue, because of
            // bootstrapping issues.  We need to set the default
            // KeyboardFocusManager in EventQueue before the event
            // queue is started.
            EventQueue q = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit ().getSystemEventQueue ();
            if (focusOwner != permanentFocusOwner)
              q.postEvent (new FocusEvent (focusOwner, FocusEvent.FOCUS_LOST, true));
            else
              q.postEvent (new FocusEvent (focusOwner, FocusEvent.FOCUS_LOST, false));
          }

        if (focusOwner != permanentFocusOwner)
          {
            EventQueue q = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit ().getSystemEventQueue ();
            q.postEvent (new FocusEvent (permanentFocusOwner, FocusEvent.FOCUS_LOST, false));
          }
      }
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Component} that has the permanent keyboard
   * focus, or null if the focus owner was not set by a thread in the
   * current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the keyboard focus owner or null
   */
00393   public Component getPermanentFocusOwner ()
  {
    return (Component) getObject (currentPermanentFocusOwners);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Component} that has the permanent keyboard
   * focus, regardless of whether or not it was set by a thread in the
   * current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the keyboard focus owner
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   */
00407   protected Component getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner ()
  {
    return (Component) getGlobalObject (currentPermanentFocusOwners);
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link Component} that will be returned by {@link
   * #getPermanentFocusOwner} (when it is called from the current
   * {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}) and {@link
   * #getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner}.  This method does not actually
   * transfer the keyboard focus.
   *
   * @param focusOwner the Component to return from
   * getPermanentFocusOwner and getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner
   *
   * @see Component.requestFocus ()
   * @see Component.requestFocusInWindow ()
   */
00425   protected void setGlobalPermanentFocusOwner (Component focusOwner)
  {
    if (focusOwner == null || focusOwner.focusable)
      setGlobalObject (currentPermanentFocusOwners, focusOwner,
                   "permanentFocusOwner");
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Window} that is or contains the keyboard
   * focus owner, or null if the focused window was not set by a
   * thread in the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the focused window or null
   */
00439   public Window getFocusedWindow ()
  {
    return (Window) getObject (currentFocusedWindows);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the {@link Window} that is or contains the focus owner,
   * regardless of whether or not the {@link Window} was set focused
   * by a thread in the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the focused window
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   */
00453   protected Window getGlobalFocusedWindow ()
  {
    return (Window) getGlobalObject (currentFocusedWindows);
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link Window} that will be returned by {@link
   * #getFocusedWindow} (when it is called from the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}) and {@link #getGlobalFocusedWindow}.
   * This method does not actually cause <code>window</code> to become
   * the focused {@link Window}.
   *
   * @param window the Window to return from getFocusedWindow and
   * getGlobalFocusedWindow
   */
00468   protected void setGlobalFocusedWindow (Window window)
  {
    if (window == null || window.focusable)
      setGlobalObject (currentFocusedWindows, window, "focusedWindow");
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the active {@link Window}, or null if the active window
   * was not set by a thread in the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the active window or null
   */
00481   public Window getActiveWindow()
  {
    return (Window) getObject (currentActiveWindows);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the active {@link Window}, regardless of whether or not
   * the {@link Window} was made active by a thread in the current
   * {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the active window
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   */
00495   protected Window getGlobalActiveWindow()
  {
    return (Window) getGlobalObject (currentActiveWindows);
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link Window} that will be returned by {@link
   * #getActiveWindow} (when it is called from the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}) and {@link #getGlobalActiveWindow}.  This
   * method does not actually cause <code>window</code> to be made
   * active.
   *
   * @param window the Window to return from getActiveWindow and
   * getGlobalActiveWindow
   */
00510   protected void setGlobalActiveWindow(Window window)
  {
    setGlobalObject (currentActiveWindows, window, "activeWindow");
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the default {@link FocusTraversalPolicy}.
   * Focus-managing {@link Container}s use the returned object to
   * define their initial focus traversal policy.
   *
   * @return a non-null default FocusTraversalPolicy object
   */
00522   public FocusTraversalPolicy getDefaultFocusTraversalPolicy ()
  {
    if (defaultPolicy == null)
      defaultPolicy = new DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy ();
    return defaultPolicy;
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link FocusTraversalPolicy} returned by {@link
   * #getDefaultFocusTraversalPolicy}.  Focus-managing {@link
   * Container}s created after this call will use policy as their
   * initial focus traversal policy.  Existing {@link Container}s'
   * focus traversal policies will not be affected by calls to this
   * method.
   *
   * @param policy the FocusTraversalPolicy that will be returned by
   * subsequent calls to getDefaultFocusTraversalPolicy
   * @throws IllegalArgumentException if policy is null
   */
00541   public void setDefaultFocusTraversalPolicy (FocusTraversalPolicy policy)
  {
    if (policy == null)
      throw new IllegalArgumentException ();
    firePropertyChange ("defaultFocusTraversalPolicy", defaultPolicy, policy);
    defaultPolicy = policy;
  }

  /**
   * Set the default {@link java.util.Set} of focus traversal keys for
   * one of the focus traversal directions.
   *
   * @param id focus traversal direction identifier
   * @param keystrokes set of AWTKeyStrokes
   *
   * @see #FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   */
00561   public void setDefaultFocusTraversalKeys (int id, Set keystrokes)
  {
    if (id != KeyboardFocusManager.FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS &&
        id != KeyboardFocusManager.BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS &&
        id != KeyboardFocusManager.UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS &&
        id != KeyboardFocusManager.DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS)
      throw new IllegalArgumentException ();

    if (keystrokes == null)
      throw new IllegalArgumentException ();

    Set sa;
    Set sb;
    Set sc;
    String type;
    switch (id)
      {
      case FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS:
        sa = defaultFocusKeys[BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sb = defaultFocusKeys[UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sc = defaultFocusKeys[DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        type = "forwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys";
        break;
      case BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS:
        sa = defaultFocusKeys[FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sb = defaultFocusKeys[UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sc = defaultFocusKeys[DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        type = "backwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys";
        break;
      case UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS:
        sa = defaultFocusKeys[FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sb = defaultFocusKeys[BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sc = defaultFocusKeys[DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        type = "upCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys";
        break;
      case DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS:
        sa = defaultFocusKeys[FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sb = defaultFocusKeys[BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        sc = defaultFocusKeys[UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS];
        type = "downCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys";
        break;
      default:
        throw new IllegalArgumentException ();
      }
    int i = keystrokes.size ();
    Iterator iter = keystrokes.iterator ();
    while (--i >= 0)
      {
        Object o = iter.next ();
        if (!(o instanceof AWTKeyStroke)
            || sa.contains (o) || sb.contains (o) || sc.contains (o)
            || ((AWTKeyStroke) o).keyCode == KeyEvent.VK_UNDEFINED)
          throw new IllegalArgumentException ();
      }
    keystrokes = Collections.unmodifiableSet (new HashSet (keystrokes));
    firePropertyChange (type, defaultFocusKeys[id], keystrokes);
    defaultFocusKeys[id] = keystrokes;
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the default {@link java.util.Set} of focus traversal
   * keys for one of the focus traversal directions.
   *
   * @param id focus traversal direction identifier
   *
   * @return the default set of AWTKeyStrokes
   *
   * @see #FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #BACKWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #UP_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   * @see #DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS
   */
00633   public Set getDefaultFocusTraversalKeys (int id)
  {
    if (id < FORWARD_TRAVERSAL_KEYS || id > DOWN_CYCLE_TRAVERSAL_KEYS)
      throw new IllegalArgumentException ();
    return defaultFocusKeys[id];
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the current focus cycle root, or null if the focus owner
   * was not set by a thread in the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the current focus cycle root or null
   */
00647   public Container getCurrentFocusCycleRoot ()
  {
    return (Container) getObject (currentFocusCycleRoots);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve the current focus cycle root, regardless of whether or
   * not it was made set by a thread in the current {@link
   * java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @return the current focus cycle root
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   */
00661   protected Container getGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot ()
  {
    return (Container) getGlobalObject (currentFocusCycleRoots);
  }

  /**
   * Set the {@link Container} that will be returned by {@link
   * #getCurrentFocusCycleRoot} (when it is called from the current
   * {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}) and {@link
   * #getGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot}.  This method does not actually
   * make <code>cycleRoot</code> the current focus cycle root.
   * 
   * @param cycleRoot the focus cycle root to return from
   * getCurrentFocusCycleRoot and getGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot
   */
00676   public void setGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot (Container cycleRoot)
  {
    setGlobalObject (currentFocusCycleRoots, cycleRoot, "currentFocusCycleRoot");
  }

  /**
   * Registers the supplied property change listener for receiving
   * events caused by the following property changes:
   *
   * <ul>
   * <li>the current focus owner ("focusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the permanent focus owner ("permanentFocusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the focused window ("focusedWindow")</li>
   * <li>the active window ("activeWindow")</li>
   * <li>the default focus traversal policy ("defaultFocusTraversalPolicy")</li>
   * <li>the default set of forward traversal keys ("forwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of backward traversal keys ("backwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of up cycle traversal keys ("upCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of down cycle traversal keys ("downCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the current focus cycle root ("currentFocusCycleRoot")</li>
   * </ul>
   *
   * If the supplied listener is null, nothing occurs.
   *
   * @param l the new listener to register.
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addPropertyChangeListener(String, java.beans.PropertyChangeListener)
   */
00703   public void addPropertyChangeListener(PropertyChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      propertyChangeSupport.addPropertyChangeListener(l);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the supplied property change listener from the list
   * of registered listeners.  If the supplied listener is null,
   * nothing occurs.
   *
   * @param l the listener to remove.
   */
00716   public void removePropertyChangeListener(PropertyChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      propertyChangeSupport.removePropertyChangeListener(l);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered property change listeners
   * in array form.  The returned array is empty if no listeners are
   * currently registered.
   *
   * @return an array of registered property change listeners.
   */
00729   public PropertyChangeListener[] getPropertyChangeListeners()
  {
    return propertyChangeSupport.getPropertyChangeListeners();
  }

  /**
   * Registers a property change listener for receiving events relating
   * to a change to a specified property.  The supplied property name can be
   * either user-defined or one from the following list of properties
   * relevant to this class:
   *
   * <ul>
   * <li>the current focus owner ("focusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the permanent focus owner ("permanentFocusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the focused window ("focusedWindow")</li>
   * <li>the active window ("activeWindow")</li>
   * <li>the default focus traversal policy ("defaultFocusTraversalPolicy")</li>
   * <li>the default set of forward traversal keys ("forwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of backward traversal keys ("backwardDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of up cycle traversal keys ("upCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the default set of down cycle traversal keys ("downCycleDefaultFocusTraversalKeys")</li>
   * <li>the current focus cycle root ("currentFocusCycleRoot")</li>
   * </ul>
   *
   * Nothing occurs if a null listener is supplied.  null is regarded as a valid property name.
   *
   * @param name the name of the property to handle change events for.
   * @param l the listener to register for changes to the specified property. 
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addPropertyChangeListener(java.beans.PropertyChangeListener)
   */
00759   public void addPropertyChangeListener(String name, PropertyChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      propertyChangeSupport.addPropertyChangeListener(name, l);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the supplied property change listener registered for the
   * specified property from the list of registered listeners.  If the
   * supplied listener is null, nothing occurs.
   *
   * @param name the name of the property the listener is
   *        monitoring changes to.
   * @param l the listener to remove.
   */
00774   public void removePropertyChangeListener(String name,
                                           PropertyChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      propertyChangeSupport.removePropertyChangeListener(name, l);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered property change listeners
   * in array form, which listen for changes to the supplied property.
   * The returned array is empty, if no listeners are currently registered
   * for events pertaining to the supplied property.
   *
   * @param name The property the returned listeners monitor for changes.
   * @return an array of registered property change listeners which
   *         listen for changes to the supplied property.
   */
00791   public PropertyChangeListener[] getPropertyChangeListeners(String name)
  {
    return propertyChangeSupport.getPropertyChangeListeners(name);
  }

  /**
   * Fires a property change event as a response to a change to
   * to the specified property.  The event is only fired if a
   * change has actually occurred (i.e. o and n are different).
   *
   * @param name The name of the property to which a change occurred.
   * @param o The old value of the property.
   * @param n The new value of the property.
   */
00805   protected void firePropertyChange(String name, Object o, Object n)
  {
    propertyChangeSupport.firePropertyChange(name, o, n);
  }

  /**
   * Registers a vetoable property change listener for receiving events
   * relating to the following properties:
   *
   * <ul>
   * <li>the current focus owner ("focusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the permanent focus owner ("permanentFocusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the focused window ("focusedWindow")</li>
   * <li>the active window ("activeWindow")</li>
   * </ul>
   *
   * Nothing occurs if a null listener is supplied.
   *
   * @param l the listener to register. 
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addVetoableChangeListener(String, java.beans.VetoableChangeListener)
   */
00826   public void addVetoableChangeListener(VetoableChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      vetoableChangeSupport.addVetoableChangeListener(l);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the supplied vetoable property change listener from
   * the list of registered listeners.  If the supplied listener
   * is null, nothing occurs.
   *
   * @param l the listener to remove.
   */
00839   public void removeVetoableChangeListener(VetoableChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      vetoableChangeSupport.removeVetoableChangeListener(l);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered vetoable property change listeners
   * in array form.  The returned array is empty if no listeners are
   * currently registered.
   *
   * @return an array of registered vetoable property change listeners.
   * @since 1.4
   */
00853   public VetoableChangeListener[] getVetoableChangeListeners()
  {
    return vetoableChangeSupport.getVetoableChangeListeners();
  }

  /**
   * Registers a vetoable property change listener for receiving events relating
   * to a vetoable change to a specified property.  The supplied property name can be
   * either user-defined or one from the following list of properties
   * relevant to this class:
   *
   * <ul>
   * <li>the current focus owner ("focusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the permanent focus owner ("permanentFocusOwner")</li>
   * <li>the focused window ("focusedWindow")</li>
   * <li>the active window ("activeWindow")</li>
   * </ul>
   *
   * Nothing occurs if a null listener is supplied.  null is regarded as a valid property name.
   *
   * @param name the name of the property to handle change events for.
   * @param l the listener to register for changes to the specified property. 
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addVetoableChangeListener(java.beans.VetoableChangeListener)
   */
00877   public void addVetoableChangeListener(String name, VetoableChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      vetoableChangeSupport.addVetoableChangeListener(name, l);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the supplied vetoable property change listener registered
   * for the specified property from the list of registered listeners.
   * If the supplied listener is null, nothing occurs.
   *
   * @param name the name of the vetoable property the listener is
   *        monitoring changes to.
   * @param l the listener to remove.
   */
00892   public void removeVetoableChangeListener(String name,
                                           VetoableChangeListener l)
  {
    if (l != null)
      vetoableChangeSupport.removeVetoableChangeListener(name, l);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered vetoable property change listeners
   * in array form, which listen for changes to the supplied property.
   * The returned array is empty, if no listeners are currently registered
   * for events pertaining to the supplied property.
   *
   * @param name The property the returned listeners monitor for changes.
   * @return an array of registered property change listeners which
   *         listen for changes to the supplied property.
   * @since 1.4
   */
00910   public VetoableChangeListener[] getVetoableChangeListeners(String name)
  {
    return vetoableChangeSupport.getVetoableChangeListeners(name);
  }

  /**
   * Fires a property change event as a response to a vetoable change to
   * to the specified property.  The event is only fired if a
   * change has actually occurred (i.e. o and n are different).
   * In the event that the property change is vetoed, the following
   * occurs:
   *
   * <ol>
   * <li>
   * This method throws a <code>PropertyVetoException</code> to
   * the proposed change.
   * </li>
   * <li>
   * A new event is fired to reverse the previous change.
   * </li>
   * <li>
   * This method again throws a <code>PropertyVetoException</code>
   * in response to the reversion.
   * </li>
   * </ol>
   *
   * @param name The name of the property to which a change occurred.
   * @param o The old value of the property.
   * @param n The new value of the property.
   * @throws PropertyVetoException if one of the listeners vetos
   *         the change by throwing this exception.
   */
00942   protected void fireVetoableChange(String name, Object o, Object n)
    throws PropertyVetoException
  {
    vetoableChangeSupport.fireVetoableChange(name, o, n);
  }

  /**
   * Adds a key event dispatcher to the list of registered dispatchers.
   * When a key event is fired, each dispatcher's <code>dispatchKeyEvent</code>
   * method is called in the order that they were added, prior to the manager
   * dispatching the event itself.  Notifications halt when one of the
   * dispatchers returns true.
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * The same dispatcher can exist multiple times within the list
   * of registered dispatchers, and there is no limit on the length
   * of this list.  A null dispatcher is simply ignored.
   *
   * @param dispatcher The dispatcher to register.
   */
00962   public void addKeyEventDispatcher(KeyEventDispatcher dispatcher)
  {
    if (dispatcher != null)
      keyEventDispatchers.add(dispatcher);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the specified key event dispatcher from the list of
   * registered dispatchers.  The manager always dispatches events,
   * regardless of its existence within the list.  The manager
   * can be added and removed from the list, as with any other
   * dispatcher, but this does not affect its ability to dispatch
   * key events.  Non-existent and null dispatchers are simply ignored
   * by this method.
   *
   * @param dispatcher The dispatcher to remove.
   */
00979   public void removeKeyEventDispatcher(KeyEventDispatcher dispatcher)
  {
    keyEventDispatchers.remove(dispatcher);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered key event dispatchers in <code>List</code>
   * form.  At present, this only includes dispatchers explicitly registered
   * via the <code>addKeyEventDispatcher()</code> method, but this behaviour
   * is subject to change and should not be depended on.  The manager itself
   * may be a member of the list, but only if explicitly registered.  If no
   * dispatchers have been registered, the list will be empty.
   *
   * @return A list of explicitly registered key event dispatchers.
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addKeyEventDispatcher(java.awt.KeyEventDispatcher)
   */
00995   protected List getKeyEventDispatchers ()
  {
    return (List) keyEventDispatchers.clone ();
  }

  /**
   * Adds a key event post processor to the list of registered post processors.
   * Post processors work in the same way as key event dispatchers, except
   * that they are invoked after the manager has dispatched the key event,
   * and not prior to this.  Each post processor's <code>postProcessKeyEvent</code>
   * method is called to see if any post processing needs to be performed.  THe
   * processors are called in the order in which they were added to the list,
   * and notifications continue until one returns true.  As with key event
   * dispatchers, the manager is implicitly called following this process,
   * regardless of whether or not it is present within the list.
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * The same post processor can exist multiple times within the list
   * of registered post processors, and there is no limit on the length
   * of this list.  A null post processor is simply ignored.
   *
   * @param postProcessor the post processor to register.
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addKeyEventDispatcher(java.awt.KeyEventDispatcher)
   */
01019   public void addKeyEventPostProcessor (KeyEventPostProcessor postProcessor)
  {
    if (postProcessor != null)
      keyEventPostProcessors.add (postProcessor);
  }

  /**
   * Removes the specified key event post processor from the list of
   * registered post processors.  The manager always post processes events,
   * regardless of its existence within the list.  The manager
   * can be added and removed from the list, as with any other
   * post processor, but this does not affect its ability to post process
   * key events.  Non-existent and null post processors are simply ignored
   * by this method.
   *
   * @param postProcessor the post processor to remove.
   */
01036   public void removeKeyEventPostProcessor (KeyEventPostProcessor postProcessor)
  {
    keyEventPostProcessors.remove (postProcessor);
  }

  /**
   * Returns the currently registered key event post processors in <code>List</code>
   * form.  At present, this only includes post processors explicitly registered
   * via the <code>addKeyEventPostProcessor()</code> method, but this behaviour
   * is subject to change and should not be depended on.  The manager itself
   * may be a member of the list, but only if explicitly registered.  If no
   * post processors have been registered, the list will be empty.
   *
   * @return A list of explicitly registered key event post processors.
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#addKeyEventPostProcessor(java.awt.KeyEventPostProcessor)
   */
01052   protected List getKeyEventPostProcessors ()
  {
    return (List) keyEventPostProcessors.clone ();
  }

  /**
   * The AWT event dispatcher uses this method to request that the manager
   * handle a particular event.  If the manager fails or refuses to
   * dispatch the supplied event (this method returns false), the
   * AWT event dispatcher will try to dispatch the event itself.
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * The manager is expected to handle all <code>FocusEvent</code>s
   * and <code>KeyEvent</code>s, and <code>WindowEvent</code>s
   * relating to the focus.  Dispatch is done with regard to the
   * the focus owner and the currently focused and active windows.
   * In handling the event, the source of the event may be overridden.
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * The actual dispatching is performed by calling
   * <code>redispatchEvent()</code>.  This avoids the infinite recursion
   * of dispatch requests which may occur if this method is called on
   * the target component.  
   *
   * @param e the event to dispatch.
   * @return true if the event was dispatched.
   * @see KeyboardFocusManager#redispatchEvent(java.awt.Component, java.awt.AWTEvent)
   * @see KeyEvent
   * @see FocusEvent
   * @see WindowEvent
   */
  public abstract boolean dispatchEvent (AWTEvent e);

  /**
   * Handles redispatching of an event so that recursion of
   * dispatch requests does not occur.  Event dispatch methods
   * within this manager (<code>dispatchEvent()</code>) and
   * the key event dispatchers should use this method to handle
   * dispatching rather than the dispatch method of the target
   * component.  
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * <strong>
   * This method is not intended for general consumption, and is
   * only for the use of the aforementioned classes.
   * </strong>
   * 
   * @param target the target component to which the event is
   *        dispatched.
   * @param e the event to dispatch.
   */
01103   public final void redispatchEvent (Component target, AWTEvent e)
  {
    synchronized (e)
      {
        e.setSource (target);
        target.dispatchEvent (e);
      }
  }

  /**
   * Attempts to dispatch key events for which no key event dispatcher
   * has so far succeeded.  This method is usually called by
   * <code>dispatchEvent()</code> following the sending of the key
   * event to any registered key event dispatchers.  If the key
   * event reaches this stage, none of the dispatchers returned
   * true.  This is, of course, always the case if there are no
   * registered dispatchers.
   * <br />
   * <br />
   * If this method also fails to handle the key event, then
   * false is returned to the caller.  In the case of
   * <code>dispatchEvent()</code>, the calling method may try
   * to handle the event itself or simply forward on the
   * false result to its caller.  When the event is dispatched
   * by this method, a true result is propogated through the
   * calling methods.
   *
   * @param e the key event to dispatch.
   * @return true if the event was dispatched successfully.
   */
  public abstract boolean dispatchKeyEvent (KeyEvent e);

  /**
   * Handles the post processing of key events.  By default,
   * this method will map unhandled key events to appropriate
   * <code>MenuShortcut</code>s.  The event is consumed
   * in the process and the shortcut is activated.  This
   * method is usually called by <code>dispatchKeyEvent</code>.
   *
   * @param e the key event to post process.
   * @return true by default, as the event was handled.
   */
  public abstract boolean postProcessKeyEvent (KeyEvent e);

  /**
   * Handles focus traversal operations for key events which
   * represent focus traversal keys in relation to the supplied
   * component.  The supplied component is assumed to have the
   * focus, whether it does so or not, and the operation is
   * carried out as appropriate, with this in mind.
   *
   * @param focused the component on which to perform focus traversal,
   *        on the assumption that this component has the focus.
   * @param e the possible focus traversal key event.
   */
  public abstract void processKeyEvent (Component focused, KeyEvent e);

  /**
   * Delays all key events following the specified timestamp until the
   * supplied component has focus.  The AWT calls this method when it is
   * determined that a focus change may occur within the native windowing
   * system.  Any key events which occur following the time specified by
   * after are delayed until a <code>FOCUS_GAINED</code> event is received
   * for the untilFocused component.  The manager is responsible for ensuring
   * this takes place.
   *
   * @param after the timestamp beyond which all key events are delayed until
   *        the supplied component gains focus.
   * @param untilFocused the component to wait on gaining focus.
   */
  protected abstract void enqueueKeyEvents (long after, Component untilFocused);

  /**
   * Removes the key event block specified by the supplied timestamp and component.
   * All delayed key events are released for normal dispatching following its
   * removal and subsequent key events that would have been blocked are now
   * immediately dispatched.  If the specified timestamp is below 0, then
   * the request with the oldest timestamp is removed.
   *
   * @param after the timestamp of the key event block to be removed, or a
   *        value smaller than 0 if the oldest is to be removed.
   * @param untilFocused the component of the key event block to be removed.
   */
  protected abstract void dequeueKeyEvents (long after, Component untilFocused);

  /**
   * Discards all key event blocks relating to focus requirements for
   * the supplied component, regardless of timestamp.
   *
   * @param comp the component of the key event block(s) to be removed.
   */
  protected abstract void discardKeyEvents (Component comp);

  /**
   * Moves the current focus to the next component following
   * comp, based on the current focus traversal policy.  By
   * default, only visible, displayable, accepted components
   * can receive focus.  <code>Canvas</code>es, <code>Panel</code>s,
   * <code>Label</code>s, <code>ScrollPane</code>s, <code>Scrollbar</code>s,
   * <code>Window</code>s and lightweight components are judged
   * to be unacceptable by default.  See the
   * <code>DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy</code> for more details.
   *
   * @param comp the component prior to the one which will
   *        become the focus, following execution of this method.
   * @see DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy
   */
  public abstract void focusNextComponent(Component comp);

  /**
   * Moves the current focus to the previous component, prior to
   * comp, based on the current focus traversal policy.  By
   * default, only visible, displayable, accepted components
   * can receive focus.  <code>Canvas</code>es, <code>Panel</code>s,
   * <code>Label</code>s, <code>ScrollPane</code>s, <code>Scrollbar</code>s,
   * <code>Window</code>s and lightweight components are judged
   * to be unacceptable by default.  See the
   * <code>DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy</code> for more details.
   *
   * @param comp the component following the one which will
   *        become the focus, following execution of this method.
   * @see DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy
   */
  public abstract void focusPreviousComponent(Component comp);

  /**
   * Moves the current focus upwards by one focus cycle.
   * Both the current focus owner and current focus cycle root
   * become the focus cycle root of the supplied component.
   * However, in the case of a <code>Window</code>, the default
   * focus component becomes the focus owner and the focus cycle
   * root is not changed.
   * 
   * @param comp the component used as part of the focus traversal.
   */ 
  public abstract void upFocusCycle(Component comp);

  /**
   * Moves the current focus downwards by one focus cycle.
   * If the supplied container is a focus cycle root, then this
   * becomes the current focus cycle root and the focus goes
   * to the default component of the specified container.
   * Nothing happens for non-focus cycle root containers. 
   * 
   * @param comp the component used as part of the focus traversal.
   */ 
  public abstract void downFocusCycle(Container cont);

  /**
   * Moves the current focus to the next component, based on the
   * current focus traversal policy.  By default, only visible,
   * displayable, accepted component can receive focus.
   * <code>Canvas</code>es, <code>Panel</code>s,
   * <code>Label</code>s, <code>ScrollPane</code>s, <code>Scrollbar</code>s,
   * <code>Window</code>s and lightweight components are judged
   * to be unacceptable by default.  See the
   * <code>DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy</code> for more details.
   *
   * @see DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy
   */
01263   public final void focusNextComponent()
  {
    focusNextComponent (null);
  }

  /**
   * Moves the current focus to the previous component, based on the
   * current focus traversal policy.  By default, only visible,
   * displayable, accepted component can receive focus.
   * <code>Canvas</code>es, <code>Panel</code>s,
   * <code>Label</code>s, <code>ScrollPane</code>s, <code>Scrollbar</code>s,
   * <code>Window</code>s and lightweight components are judged
   * to be unacceptable by default.  See the
   * <code>DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy</code> for more details.
   *
   * @see DefaultFocusTraversalPolicy
   */
01280   public final void focusPreviousComponent()
  {
    focusPreviousComponent (null);
  }

  /**
   * Moves the current focus upwards by one focus cycle,
   * so that the new focus owner is the focus cycle root
   * of the current owner.  The current focus cycle root then
   * becomes the focus cycle root of the new focus owner.
   * However, in the case of the focus cycle root of the
   * current focus owner being a <code>Window</code>, the default
   * component of this window becomes the focus owner and the
   * focus cycle root is not changed.
   */
01295   public final void upFocusCycle()
  {
    upFocusCycle (null);
  }

  /**
   * Moves the current focus downwards by one focus cycle,
   * iff the current focus cycle root is a <code>Container</code>.
   * Usually, the new focus owner is set to the default component
   * of the container and the current focus cycle root is set
   * to the current focus owner.  Nothing occurs if the current
   * focus cycle root is not a container.
   */
01308   public final void downFocusCycle()
  {
    Component focusOwner = getGlobalFocusOwner ();
    if (focusOwner instanceof Container
        && ((Container) focusOwner).isFocusCycleRoot ())
      downFocusCycle ((Container) focusOwner);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve an object from one of the global object {@link
   * java.util.Map}s, if the object was set by the a thread in the
   * current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.  Otherwise, return null.
   *
   * @param globalMap one of the global object Maps
   *
   * @return a global object set by the current ThreadGroup, or null
   *
   * @see getFocusOwner
   * @see getPermanentFocusOwner
   * @see getFocusedWindow
   * @see getActiveWindow
   * @see getCurrentFocusCycleRoot
   */
01331   private Object getObject (Map globalMap)
  {
    ThreadGroup currentGroup = Thread.currentThread ().getThreadGroup ();
    return globalMap.get (currentGroup);
  }

  /**
   * Retrieve an object from one of the global object {@link
   * java.util.Map}s, regardless of whether or not the object was set
   * by a thread in the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}.
   *
   * @param globalMap one of the global object Maps
   *
   * @return a global object set by the current ThreadGroup, or null
   *
   * @throws SecurityException if this is not the keyboard focus
   * manager associated with the current {@link java.lang.ThreadGroup}
   *
   * @see getGlobalFocusOwner
   * @see getGlobalPermanentFocusOwner
   * @see getGlobalFocusedWindow
   * @see getGlobalActiveWindow
   * @see getGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot
   */
01355   private Object getGlobalObject (Map globalMap)
  {
    ThreadGroup currentGroup = Thread.currentThread ().getThreadGroup ();
    KeyboardFocusManager managerForCallingThread
      = (KeyboardFocusManager) currentKeyboardFocusManagers.get (currentGroup);

    if (this != managerForCallingThread)
      throw new SecurityException ("Attempted to retrieve an object from a "
                                   + "keyboard focus manager that isn't "
                                   + "associated with the current thread group.");

    synchronized (globalMap)
      {
        Collection globalObjects = globalMap.values ();
        Iterator i = globalObjects.iterator ();
        Component globalObject;

        while (i.hasNext ())
          {
            globalObject = (Component) i.next ();
            if (globalObject != null)
              return globalObject;
          }
      }

    // No Object was found.
    return null;
  }

  /**
   * Set an object in one of the global object {@link java.util.Map}s,
   * that will be returned by subsequent calls to getGlobalObject on
   * the same {@link java.util.Map}.
   *
   * @param globalMap one of the global object Maps
   * @param newObject the object to set
   * @param property the property that will change
   *
   * @see setGlobalFocusOwner
   * @see setGlobalPermanentFocusOwner
   * @see setGlobalFocusedWindow
   * @see setGlobalActiveWindow
   * @see setGlobalCurrentFocusCycleRoot
   */
01399   private void setGlobalObject (Map globalMap,
                                Object newObject,
                                String property)
  {
    synchronized (globalMap)
      {
        // Save old object.
        Object oldObject = getGlobalObject (globalMap);

        // Nullify old object.
        Collection threadGroups = globalMap.keySet ();
        Iterator i = threadGroups.iterator ();
        while (i.hasNext ())
          {
            ThreadGroup oldThreadGroup = (ThreadGroup) i.next ();
            if (globalMap.get (oldThreadGroup) != null)
              {
                globalMap.put (oldThreadGroup, null);
                // There should only be one object set at a time, so
                // we can short circuit.
                break;
              }
          }

        ThreadGroup currentGroup = Thread.currentThread ().getThreadGroup ();
        firePropertyChange (property, oldObject, newObject);
        try
          {
            fireVetoableChange (property, oldObject, newObject);
            // Set new object.
            globalMap.put (currentGroup, newObject);
          }
        catch (PropertyVetoException e)
          {
          }
      }
  }
}

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