Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.xtext.common.types.JvmGenericType#getSimpleName()

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Example 1
@Override
protected String text(final JvmGenericType element) {
  String _xblockexpression = null;
  {
    final boolean local = element.isLocal();
    if (local) {
      final JvmTypeReference supertype = IterableExtensions.<JvmTypeReference>last(element.getSuperTypes());
      StringConcatenation _builder = new StringConcatenation();
      _builder.append("new ");
      String _simpleName = supertype.getSimpleName();
      _builder.append(_simpleName);
      _builder.append("() {...}");
      return _builder.toString();
    }
    String _simpleName_1 = element.getSimpleName();
    String _xifexpression = null;
    boolean _isEmpty = element.getTypeParameters().isEmpty();
    if (_isEmpty) {
      _xifexpression = "";
    } else {
      _xifexpression = this.uiStrings.typeParameters(element.getTypeParameters());
    }
    _xblockexpression = (_simpleName_1 + _xifexpression);
  }
  return _xblockexpression;
}
 
Example 2
public String getReadableName(XtendTypeDeclaration typeDeclaration) {
	if (typeDeclaration instanceof AnonymousClass) {
		JvmGenericType superType = anonymousClassUtil.getSuperType((AnonymousClass) typeDeclaration);
		return "new " + superType.getSimpleName() + "(){}";
	} else if (typeDeclaration.getName() == null) {
		return "<unnamed>";
	}
	return typeDeclaration.getName();
}
 
Example 3
protected String text(JvmGenericType genericType) {
	return genericType.getSimpleName();
}
 
Example 4
protected String _signature(JvmGenericType clazz, boolean typeAtEnd) {
	return clazz.getSimpleName() + hoverUiStrings.typeParameters(clazz.getTypeParameters());
}