Java Code Examples for org.springframework.cglib.core.CollectionUtils

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Example 1
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
private static void getMethods(Class superclass, Class[] interfaces, List methods, List interfaceMethods, Set forcePublic) {
	ReflectUtils.addAllMethods(superclass, methods);
	List target = (interfaceMethods != null) ? interfaceMethods : methods;
	if (interfaces != null) {
		for (int i = 0; i < interfaces.length; i++) {
			if (interfaces[i] != Factory.class) {
				ReflectUtils.addAllMethods(interfaces[i], target);
			}
		}
	}
	if (interfaceMethods != null) {
		if (forcePublic != null) {
			forcePublic.addAll(MethodWrapper.createSet(interfaceMethods));
		}
		methods.addAll(interfaceMethods);
	}
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new RejectModifierPredicate(Constants.ACC_STATIC));
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new VisibilityPredicate(superclass, true));
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new DuplicatesPredicate());
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new RejectModifierPredicate(Constants.ACC_FINAL));
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
private static void getMethods(Class superclass, Class[] interfaces, List methods, List interfaceMethods, Set forcePublic) {
	ReflectUtils.addAllMethods(superclass, methods);
	List target = (interfaceMethods != null) ? interfaceMethods : methods;
	if (interfaces != null) {
		for (int i = 0; i < interfaces.length; i++) {
			if (interfaces[i] != Factory.class) {
				ReflectUtils.addAllMethods(interfaces[i], target);
			}
		}
	}
	if (interfaceMethods != null) {
		if (forcePublic != null) {
			forcePublic.addAll(MethodWrapper.createSet(interfaceMethods));
		}
		methods.addAll(interfaceMethods);
	}
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new RejectModifierPredicate(Constants.ACC_STATIC));
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new VisibilityPredicate(superclass, true));
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new DuplicatesPredicate());
	CollectionUtils.filter(methods, new RejectModifierPredicate(Constants.ACC_FINAL));
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public void generateClass(ClassVisitor v) throws Exception {
	Class sc = (superclass == null) ? Object.class : superclass;

	if (TypeUtils.isFinal(sc.getModifiers()))
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("Cannot subclass final class " + sc.getName());
	List constructors = new ArrayList(Arrays.asList(sc.getDeclaredConstructors()));
	filterConstructors(sc, constructors);

	// Order is very important: must add superclass, then
	// its superclass chain, then each interface and
	// its superinterfaces.
	List actualMethods = new ArrayList();
	List interfaceMethods = new ArrayList();
	final Set forcePublic = new HashSet();
	getMethods(sc, interfaces, actualMethods, interfaceMethods, forcePublic);

	List methods = CollectionUtils.transform(actualMethods, new Transformer() {
		public Object transform(Object value) {
			Method method = (Method) value;
			int modifiers = Constants.ACC_FINAL
					| (method.getModifiers()
					& ~Constants.ACC_ABSTRACT
					& ~Constants.ACC_NATIVE
					& ~Constants.ACC_SYNCHRONIZED);
			if (forcePublic.contains(MethodWrapper.create(method))) {
				modifiers = (modifiers & ~Constants.ACC_PROTECTED) | Constants.ACC_PUBLIC;
			}
			return ReflectUtils.getMethodInfo(method, modifiers);
		}
	});

	ClassEmitter e = new ClassEmitter(v);
	if (currentData == null) {
		e.begin_class(Constants.V1_2,
				Constants.ACC_PUBLIC,
				getClassName(),
				Type.getType(sc),
				(useFactory ?
						TypeUtils.add(TypeUtils.getTypes(interfaces), FACTORY) :
						TypeUtils.getTypes(interfaces)),
				Constants.SOURCE_FILE);
	}
	else {
		e.begin_class(Constants.V1_2,
				Constants.ACC_PUBLIC,
				getClassName(),
				null,
				new Type[]{FACTORY},
				Constants.SOURCE_FILE);
	}
	List constructorInfo = CollectionUtils.transform(constructors, MethodInfoTransformer.getInstance());

	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, BOUND_FIELD, Type.BOOLEAN_TYPE, null);
	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PUBLIC | Constants.ACC_STATIC, FACTORY_DATA_FIELD, OBJECT_TYPE, null);
	if (!interceptDuringConstruction) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, CONSTRUCTED_FIELD, Type.BOOLEAN_TYPE, null);
	}
	e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, THREAD_CALLBACKS_FIELD, THREAD_LOCAL, null);
	e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, STATIC_CALLBACKS_FIELD, CALLBACK_ARRAY, null);
	if (serialVersionUID != null) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, Constants.SUID_FIELD_NAME, Type.LONG_TYPE, serialVersionUID);
	}

	for (int i = 0; i < callbackTypes.length; i++) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, getCallbackField(i), callbackTypes[i], null);
	}
	// This is declared private to avoid "public field" pollution
	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE | Constants.ACC_STATIC, CALLBACK_FILTER_FIELD, OBJECT_TYPE, null);

	if (currentData == null) {
		emitMethods(e, methods, actualMethods);
		emitConstructors(e, constructorInfo);
	}
	else {
		emitDefaultConstructor(e);
	}
	emitSetThreadCallbacks(e);
	emitSetStaticCallbacks(e);
	emitBindCallbacks(e);

	if (useFactory || currentData != null) {
		int[] keys = getCallbackKeys();
		emitNewInstanceCallbacks(e);
		emitNewInstanceCallback(e);
		emitNewInstanceMultiarg(e, constructorInfo);
		emitGetCallback(e, keys);
		emitSetCallback(e, keys);
		emitGetCallbacks(e);
		emitSetCallbacks(e);
	}

	e.end_class();
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public void generateClass(ClassVisitor v) throws Exception {
	Class sc = (superclass == null) ? Object.class : superclass;

	if (TypeUtils.isFinal(sc.getModifiers()))
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("Cannot subclass final class " + sc.getName());
	List constructors = new ArrayList(Arrays.asList(sc.getDeclaredConstructors()));
	filterConstructors(sc, constructors);

	// Order is very important: must add superclass, then
	// its superclass chain, then each interface and
	// its superinterfaces.
	List actualMethods = new ArrayList();
	List interfaceMethods = new ArrayList();
	final Set forcePublic = new HashSet();
	getMethods(sc, interfaces, actualMethods, interfaceMethods, forcePublic);

	List methods = CollectionUtils.transform(actualMethods, new Transformer() {
		public Object transform(Object value) {
			Method method = (Method) value;
			int modifiers = Constants.ACC_FINAL
					| (method.getModifiers()
					& ~Constants.ACC_ABSTRACT
					& ~Constants.ACC_NATIVE
					& ~Constants.ACC_SYNCHRONIZED);
			if (forcePublic.contains(MethodWrapper.create(method))) {
				modifiers = (modifiers & ~Constants.ACC_PROTECTED) | Constants.ACC_PUBLIC;
			}
			return ReflectUtils.getMethodInfo(method, modifiers);
		}
	});

	ClassEmitter e = new ClassEmitter(v);
	if (currentData == null) {
		e.begin_class(Constants.V1_2,
				Constants.ACC_PUBLIC,
				getClassName(),
				Type.getType(sc),
				(useFactory ?
						TypeUtils.add(TypeUtils.getTypes(interfaces), FACTORY) :
						TypeUtils.getTypes(interfaces)),
				Constants.SOURCE_FILE);
	}
	else {
		e.begin_class(Constants.V1_2,
				Constants.ACC_PUBLIC,
				getClassName(),
				null,
				new Type[]{FACTORY},
				Constants.SOURCE_FILE);
	}
	List constructorInfo = CollectionUtils.transform(constructors, MethodInfoTransformer.getInstance());

	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, BOUND_FIELD, Type.BOOLEAN_TYPE, null);
	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PUBLIC | Constants.ACC_STATIC, FACTORY_DATA_FIELD, OBJECT_TYPE, null);
	if (!interceptDuringConstruction) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, CONSTRUCTED_FIELD, Type.BOOLEAN_TYPE, null);
	}
	e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, THREAD_CALLBACKS_FIELD, THREAD_LOCAL, null);
	e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, STATIC_CALLBACKS_FIELD, CALLBACK_ARRAY, null);
	if (serialVersionUID != null) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.PRIVATE_FINAL_STATIC, Constants.SUID_FIELD_NAME, Type.LONG_TYPE, serialVersionUID);
	}

	for (int i = 0; i < callbackTypes.length; i++) {
		e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE, getCallbackField(i), callbackTypes[i], null);
	}
	// This is declared private to avoid "public field" pollution
	e.declare_field(Constants.ACC_PRIVATE | Constants.ACC_STATIC, CALLBACK_FILTER_FIELD, OBJECT_TYPE, null);

	if (currentData == null) {
		emitMethods(e, methods, actualMethods);
		emitConstructors(e, constructorInfo);
	}
	else {
		emitDefaultConstructor(e);
	}
	emitSetThreadCallbacks(e);
	emitSetStaticCallbacks(e);
	emitBindCallbacks(e);

	if (useFactory || currentData != null) {
		int[] keys = getCallbackKeys();
		emitNewInstanceCallbacks(e);
		emitNewInstanceCallback(e);
		emitNewInstanceMultiarg(e, constructorInfo);
		emitGetCallback(e, keys);
		emitSetCallback(e, keys);
		emitGetCallbacks(e);
		emitSetCallbacks(e);
	}

	e.end_class();
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Filter the list of constructors from the superclass. The
 * constructors which remain will be included in the generated
 * class. The default implementation is to filter out all private
 * constructors, but subclasses may extend Enhancer to override this
 * behavior.
 * @param sc the superclass
 * @param constructors the list of all declared constructors from the superclass
 * @throws IllegalArgumentException if there are no non-private constructors
 */
protected void filterConstructors(Class sc, List constructors) {
	CollectionUtils.filter(constructors, new VisibilityPredicate(sc, true));
	if (constructors.size() == 0)
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("No visible constructors in " + sc);
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: Enhancer.java    License: MIT License 2 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Filter the list of constructors from the superclass. The
 * constructors which remain will be included in the generated
 * class. The default implementation is to filter out all private
 * constructors, but subclasses may extend Enhancer to override this
 * behavior.
 * @param sc the superclass
 * @param constructors the list of all declared constructors from the superclass
 * @throws IllegalArgumentException if there are no non-private constructors
 */
protected void filterConstructors(Class sc, List constructors) {
	CollectionUtils.filter(constructors, new VisibilityPredicate(sc, true));
	if (constructors.size() == 0)
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("No visible constructors in " + sc);
}