Java Code Examples for sun.reflect.generics.tree.FieldTypeSignature

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Example 1
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 2
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 3
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 4
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 5
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 6
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 7
public Type[] getExceptionTypes(){
    if (exceptionTypes == null) { // lazily initialize exception types
        // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
        FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
        // create array to store reified subtree(s)
        Type[] es = new Type[ets.length];
        // reify all subtrees
        for (int i = 0; i < ets.length; i++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
            ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
            // extract result from visitor and store it
            es[i] = r.getResult();
        }
        exceptionTypes = es; // cache overall result
    }
    return exceptionTypes.clone(); // return cached result
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 9
private TypeVariableImpl(D decl, String n, FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    genericDeclaration = decl;
    name = n;
    boundASTs = bs;
}
 
Example 10
private WildcardTypeImpl(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                         FieldTypeSignature[] lbs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    upperBoundASTs = ubs;
    lowerBoundASTs = lbs;
}
 
Example 11
Source Project: Bytecoder   Source File: TypeVariableImpl.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: jdk8u-jdk   Source File: TypeVariableImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 13
private Type[] computeExceptionTypes() {
    // first, extract exception type subtree(s) from AST
    FieldTypeSignature[] ets = getTree().getExceptionTypes();
    // create array to store reified subtree(s)
    int length = ets.length;
    Type[] exceptionTypes = new Type[length];
    // reify all subtrees
    for (int i = 0; i < length; i++) {
        Reifier r = getReifier(); // obtain visitor
        ets[i].accept(r); // reify subtree
        // extract result from visitor and store it
        exceptionTypes[i] = r.getResult();
    }
    return exceptionTypes;
}
 
Example 14
private TypeVariableImpl(D decl, String n, FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    genericDeclaration = decl;
    name = n;
    boundASTs = bs;
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 16
Source Project: jdk8u-jdk   Source File: WildcardTypeImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private WildcardTypeImpl(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                         FieldTypeSignature[] lbs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    upperBoundASTs = ubs;
    lowerBoundASTs = lbs;
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 18
Source Project: javaide   Source File: TypeVariableImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private TypeVariableImpl(D decl, String n, FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    genericDeclaration = decl;
    name = n;
    boundASTs = bs;
}
 
Example 19
Source Project: Bytecoder   Source File: WildcardTypeImpl.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private WildcardTypeImpl(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                         FieldTypeSignature[] lbs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    upperBounds = ubs;
    lowerBounds = lbs;
}
 
Example 20
Source Project: Bytecoder   Source File: LazyReflectiveObjectGenerator.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
Type[] reifyBounds(FieldTypeSignature[] boundASTs) {
    final int length = boundASTs.length;
    final Type[] bounds = new Type[length];
    // iterate over bound trees, reifying each in turn
    for (int i = 0; i < length; i++) {
        Reifier r = getReifier();
        boundASTs[i].accept(r);
        bounds[i] = r.getResult();
    }
    return bounds;
}
 
Example 21
Source Project: jdk8u60   Source File: TypeVariableImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Factory method.
 * @param decl - the reflective object that declared the type variable
 * that this method should create
 * @param name - the name of the type variable to be returned
 * @param bs - an array of ASTs representing the bounds for the type
 * variable to be created
 * @param f - a factory that can be used to manufacture reflective
 * objects that represent the bounds of this type variable
 * @return A type variable with name, bounds, declaration and factory
 * specified
 */
public static <T extends GenericDeclaration>
                         TypeVariableImpl<T> make(T decl, String name,
                                                  FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                                                  GenericsFactory f) {

    if (!((decl instanceof Class) ||
            (decl instanceof Method) ||
            (decl instanceof Constructor))) {
        throw new AssertionError("Unexpected kind of GenericDeclaration" +
                decl.getClass().toString());
    }
    return new TypeVariableImpl<T>(decl, name, bs, f);
}
 
Example 22
Source Project: javaide   Source File: WildcardTypeImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private WildcardTypeImpl(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                         FieldTypeSignature[] lbs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    upperBoundASTs = ubs;
    lowerBoundASTs = lbs;
}
 
Example 23
Source Project: java-n-IDE-for-Android   Source File: TypeVariableImpl.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private TypeVariableImpl(D decl, String n, FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    genericDeclaration = decl;
    name = n;
    boundASTs = bs;
}
 
Example 24
private TypeVariableImpl(D decl, String n, FieldTypeSignature[] bs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    genericDeclaration = decl;
    name = n;
    boundASTs = bs;
}
 
Example 25
private WildcardTypeImpl(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                         FieldTypeSignature[] lbs,
                         GenericsFactory f) {
    super(f);
    upperBoundASTs = ubs;
    lowerBoundASTs = lbs;
}
 
Example 26
public TypeVariable<?> makeTypeVariable(String name,
                                        FieldTypeSignature[] bounds){
    return TypeVariableImpl.make(getDecl(), name, bounds, this);
}
 
Example 27
public WildcardType makeWildcard(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                                 FieldTypeSignature[] lbs) {
    return WildcardTypeImpl.make(ubs, lbs, this);
}
 
Example 28
public WildcardType makeWildcard(FieldTypeSignature[] ubs,
                                 FieldTypeSignature[] lbs) {
    return WildcardTypeImpl.make(ubs, lbs, this);
}
 
Example 29
/**
 * Returns an array of <tt>Type</tt> objects representing the
 * upper bound(s) of this type variable.  Note that if no upper bound is
 * explicitly declared, the upper bound is <tt>Object</tt>.
 *
 * <p>For each upper bound B:
 * <ul>
 *  <li>if B is a parameterized type or a type variable, it is created,
 *  (see {@link #ParameterizedType} for the details of the creation
 *  process for parameterized types).
 *  <li>Otherwise, B is resolved.
 * </ul>
 *
 * @throws <tt>TypeNotPresentException</tt>  if any of the
 *     bounds refers to a non-existent type declaration
 * @throws <tt>MalformedParameterizedTypeException</tt> if any of the
 *     bounds refer to a parameterized type that cannot be instantiated
 *     for any reason
 * @return an array of Types representing the upper bound(s) of this
 *     type variable
*/
public Type[] getBounds() {
    // lazily initialize bounds if necessary
    if (bounds == null) {
        FieldTypeSignature[] fts = getBoundASTs(); // get AST
        // allocate result array; note that
        // keeping ts and bounds separate helps with threads
        Type[] ts = new Type[fts.length];
        // iterate over bound trees, reifying each in turn
        for ( int j = 0; j  < fts.length; j++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier();
            fts[j].accept(r);
            ts[j] = r.getResult();
        }
        // cache result
        bounds = ts;
        // could throw away bound ASTs here; thread safety?
    }
    return bounds.clone(); // return cached bounds
}
 
Example 30
/**
 * Returns an array of <tt>Type</tt> objects representing the  upper
 * bound(s) of this type variable.  Note that if no upper bound is
 * explicitly declared, the upper bound is <tt>Object</tt>.
 *
 * <p>For each upper bound B :
 * <ul>
 *  <li>if B is a parameterized type or a type variable, it is created,
 *  (see {@link #ParameterizedType} for the details of the creation
 *  process for parameterized types).
 *  <li>Otherwise, B is resolved.
 * </ul>
 *
 * @return an array of Types representing the upper bound(s) of this
 *     type variable
 * @throws <tt>TypeNotPresentException</tt> if any of the
 *     bounds refers to a non-existent type declaration
 * @throws <tt>MalformedParameterizedTypeException</tt> if any of the
 *     bounds refer to a parameterized type that cannot be instantiated
 *     for any reason
 */
public Type[] getUpperBounds() {
    // lazily initialize bounds if necessary
    if (upperBounds == null) {
        FieldTypeSignature[] fts = getUpperBoundASTs(); // get AST

        // allocate result array; note that
        // keeping ts and bounds separate helps with threads
        Type[] ts = new Type[fts.length];
        // iterate over bound trees, reifying each in turn
        for ( int j = 0; j  < fts.length; j++) {
            Reifier r = getReifier();
            fts[j].accept(r);
            ts[j] = r.getResult();
        }
        // cache result
        upperBounds = ts;
        // could throw away upper bound ASTs here; thread safety?
    }
    return upperBounds.clone(); // return cached bounds
}