javax.annotation.processing.SupportedOptions Java Examples

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Example #1
Source File:    From squidb with Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
 * Add a {@link Plugin} class to the list of known plugins
 * @param plugin the plugin class
 * @param priority the priority to give the plugin
private void addPlugin(Class<? extends Plugin> plugin, PluginPriority priority) {
    switch (priority) {
        case LOW:
        case HIGH:
        case NORMAL:

    SupportedOptions supportedOptionsAnnotation = plugin.getAnnotation(SupportedOptions.class);
    if (supportedOptionsAnnotation != null) {
        String[] options = supportedOptionsAnnotation.value();
        Collections.addAll(pluginSupportedOptions, options);
Example #2
Source File:    From auto with Apache License 2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
 * Analogous to {@link Processor#getSupportedOptions()}, here to allow extensions to report their
 * own.
 * <p>By default, if the extension class is annotated with {@link SupportedOptions}, this will
 * return a set with the strings in the annotation. If the class is not so annotated, an empty set
 * is returned.
 * @return the set of options recognized by this extension or an empty set if none
 * @see SupportedOptions
public Set<String> getSupportedOptions() {
  SupportedOptions so = this.getClass().getAnnotation(SupportedOptions.class);
  if (so == null) {
    return ImmutableSet.of();
  } else {
    return ImmutableSet.copyOf(so.value());