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Created at 2:20:29 PM, Apr 5, 2010
package com.dmurph.mvc;

This interface allows checking to see if an object is changed (is "dirty"), and reverting changes back to when the object wasn't dirty.

Daniel Murphy
public interface IDirtyable {

if the object is dirty, if it was changed since the last time setDirty(boolean) was called with false.
	public boolean isDirty();

Sets if the model is dirty or not. If called with false, the clean objects are cloned from the current working objects. Equivalent of saving the model. Basically, when revert() is called it will revert to when setDirty(false) was called.

argDirty true to make the object dirty, false to save the dirty values in the object
the previous dirty value
	public boolean setDirty(boolean argDirty);

Reverts the dirty changes. The model should not be dirty after this call.

if the model was dirty previously
	public boolean revert();
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