Attention: Here be dragons

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Inherits: Object

Provides a high-level interface for implementing undo and redo operations.


UndoRedo works by registering methods and property changes inside "actions". You can create an action, then provide ways to do and undo this action using function calls and property changes, then commit the action.

When an action is committed, all of the do_* methods will run. If the undo method is used, the undo_* methods will run. If the redo method is used, once again, all of the do_* methods will run.

Here's an example on how to add an action:

var undo_redo =

func do_something():
    pass # Put your code here.

func undo_something():
    pass # Put here the code that reverts what's done by "do_something()".

func _on_my_button_pressed():
    var node = get_node("MyNode2D")
    undo_redo.create_action("Move the node")
    undo_redo.add_do_property(node, "position", Vector2(100,100))
    undo_redo.add_undo_property(node, "position", node.position)