Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.xtend.lib.annotations.ToString

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Example 1
Source Project: xtext-lib   Source File:    License: Eclipse Public License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public ToStringConfiguration getToStringConfig(final ClassDeclaration it) {
  ToStringConfiguration _xblockexpression = null;
    final AnnotationReference anno = it.findAnnotation(this.context.findTypeGlobally(ToString.class));
    ToStringConfiguration _xifexpression = null;
    if ((anno == null)) {
      _xifexpression = null;
    } else {
      _xifexpression = new ToStringConfiguration(anno);
    _xblockexpression = _xifexpression;
  return _xblockexpression;
Example 2
Source Project: xtext-lib   Source File:    License: Eclipse Public License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void doTransform(final MutableClassDeclaration it, @Extension final TransformationContext context) {
  AnnotationReference _findAnnotation = it.findAnnotation(context.findTypeGlobally(Data.class));
  boolean _tripleNotEquals = (_findAnnotation != null);
  if (_tripleNotEquals) {
  final ToStringProcessor.Util util = new ToStringProcessor.Util(context);
  final AnnotationReference annotation = it.findAnnotation(context.findTypeGlobally(ToString.class));
  final ToStringConfiguration configuration = new ToStringConfiguration(annotation);
  boolean _hasToString = util.hasToString(it);
  if (_hasToString) {
    context.addWarning(annotation, "toString is already defined, this annotation has no effect.");
  } else {
    TypeReference _extendedClass = it.getExtendedClass();
    TypeReference _object = context.getObject();
    boolean _notEquals = (!Objects.equal(_extendedClass, _object));
    if (_notEquals) {
      util.addReflectiveToString(it, configuration);
    } else {
      final Function1<MutableFieldDeclaration, Boolean> _function = (MutableFieldDeclaration it_1) -> {
        return Boolean.valueOf(((context.isThePrimaryGeneratedJavaElement(it_1) && (!it_1.isStatic())) && (!it_1.isTransient())));
      util.addToString(it, IterableExtensions.filter(it.getDeclaredFields(), _function), configuration);
Example 3
Source Project: sarl   Source File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/** Replies if the given annotation is an active annotation for object-oriented elements.
 * @param annotation the annotation.
 * @return {@code true} if the annotation should be used only for OO elements.
 * @see #isAOActiveAnnotation(XAnnotation)
protected boolean isOOActiveAnnotation(XAnnotation annotation) {
	final String name = annotation.getAnnotationType().getQualifiedName();
	return Strings.equal(Accessors.class.getName(), name)
			|| Strings.equal(Data.class.getName(), name)
			|| Strings.equal(Delegate.class.getName(), name)
			|| Strings.equal(ToString.class.getName(), name);