||The client side of the body-related invocation services.
||Used to recover from a moveTo request that was accepted but resulted in a failed attempt to
fetch the place object to which we were moving.
||The location observer interface makes it possible for entities to be
notified when the client moves to a new location.
||Defines, for the location services, a set of notifications delivered
asynchronously by the server to the client.
||The location services provide a mechanism by which the client can request to move from place to
place in the server.
||Used to communicate responses to
LocationService.moveTo(int, com.threerings.crowd.client.LocationService.MoveListener) requests.
||An entity that is interested in hearing about bodies that enter and leave a location (as well
as disconnect and reconnect) can implement this interface and register itself with the
||This interface provides a convenient means for decoupling user
interface components that interact with a place object and that need to
keep themselves up to date when the client moves from place to place.
||The location adapter makes life easier for a class that really only
cares about one or two of the location observer callbacks and doesn't
want to provide empty implementations of the others.
||Dispatches calls to a
||The location director provides a means by which entities on the client can request to move from
place to place and can be notified if other entities have caused the client to move to a new
||The occupant adapter makes life easier for occupant observer classes
that only care about one or two of the occupant observer
||The occupant director listens for occupants of places to enter and
exit, and dispatches notices to interested parties about these events.
||Controls the user interface that is used to display a place.
||Used to call methods in delegates.
||Provides an extensible mechanism for encapsulating delegated
functionality that works with the place services.
||A useful base class for client interfaces which wish to make use of a
JPanel as their top-level
||Provides a mechanism for dispatching notifications to all user interface elements in a
hierarchy that implement the
||A client that is useful when doing unit testing.