Java Code Examples for proguard.classfile.ClassPool#size()

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Example 1
/**
 * Fills the given program class pool and library class pool by reading
 * class files, based on the current configuration.
 */
public void execute(ClassPool programClassPool,
                    ClassPool libraryClassPool) throws IOException
{
    // Check if we have at least some input classes.
    if (configuration.programJars == null)
    {
        throw new IOException("The input is empty. You have to specify one or more '-injars' options");
    }

    // Perform some sanity checks on the class paths.
    checkInputOutput(configuration.libraryJars,
                     configuration.programJars);
    checkInputOutput(configuration.programJars,
                     configuration.programJars);

    WarningPrinter warningPrinter = new WarningPrinter(System.err, configuration.warn);
    WarningPrinter notePrinter    = new WarningPrinter(System.out, configuration.note);

    DuplicateClassPrinter duplicateClassPrinter = new DuplicateClassPrinter(notePrinter);

    // Read the program class files.
    // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
    // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
    // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
    readInput("Reading program ",
              configuration.programJars,
              new ClassFilter(
              new ClassReader(false,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                              warningPrinter,
              new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
              new ClassPoolFiller(programClassPool)))));

    // Check if we have at least some input classes.
    if (programClassPool.size() == 0)
    {
        throw new IOException("The input doesn't contain any classes. Did you specify the proper '-injars' options?");
    }

    // Read the library class files, if any.
    if (configuration.libraryJars != null)
    {
        // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
        // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
        // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
        readInput("Reading library ",
                  configuration.libraryJars,
                  new ClassFilter(
                  new ClassReader(true,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                                  warningPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(libraryClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPoolFiller(libraryClassPool))))));
    }

    // Print out a summary of the notes, if necessary.
    int noteCount = notePrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (noteCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Note: there were " + noteCount +
                           " duplicate class definitions.");
    }

    // Print out a summary of the warnings, if necessary.
    int warningCount = warningPrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (warningCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Warning: there were " + warningCount +
                           " classes in incorrectly named files.");
        System.err.println("         You should make sure all file names correspond to their class names.");
        System.err.println("         The directory hierarchies must correspond to the package hierarchies.");

        if (!configuration.ignoreWarnings)
        {
            System.err.println("         If you don't mind the mentioned classes not being written out,");
            System.err.println("         you could try your luck using the '-ignorewarnings' option.");
            throw new IOException("Please correct the above warnings first.");
        }
    }
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Fills the given program class pool and library class pool by reading
 * class files, based on the current configuration.
 */
public void execute(ClassPool programClassPool,
                    ClassPool libraryClassPool) throws IOException
{
    WarningPrinter warningPrinter = new WarningPrinter(System.err, configuration.warn);
    WarningPrinter notePrinter    = new WarningPrinter(System.out, configuration.note);

    DuplicateClassPrinter duplicateClassPrinter = new DuplicateClassPrinter(notePrinter);

    // Read the program class files.
    // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
    // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
    // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
    readInput("Reading program ",
              configuration.programJars,
              new ClassFilter(
              new ClassReader(false,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                              warningPrinter,
              new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
              new ClassPoolFiller(programClassPool)))));

    // Check if we have at least some input classes.
    if (programClassPool.size() == 0)
    {
        throw new IOException("The input doesn't contain any classes. Did you specify the proper '-injars' options?");
    }

    // Read the library class files, if any.
    if (configuration.libraryJars != null)
    {
        // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
        // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
        // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
        readInput("Reading library ",
                  configuration.libraryJars,
                  new ClassFilter(
                  new ClassReader(true,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                                  warningPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(libraryClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPoolFiller(libraryClassPool))))));
    }

    // Print out a summary of the notes, if necessary.
    int noteCount = notePrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (noteCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Note: there were " + noteCount +
                           " duplicate class definitions.");
        System.err.println("      (http://proguard.sourceforge.net/manual/troubleshooting.html#duplicateclass)");
    }

    // Print out a summary of the warnings, if necessary.
    int warningCount = warningPrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (warningCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Warning: there were " + warningCount +
                           " classes in incorrectly named files.");
        System.err.println("         You should make sure all file names correspond to their class names.");
        System.err.println("         The directory hierarchies must correspond to the package hierarchies.");
        System.err.println("         (http://proguard.sourceforge.net/manual/troubleshooting.html#unexpectedclass)");

        if (!configuration.ignoreWarnings)
        {
            System.err.println("         If you don't mind the mentioned classes not being written out,");
            System.err.println("         you could try your luck using the '-ignorewarnings' option.");
            throw new IOException("Please correct the above warnings first.");
        }
    }
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: bazel   File: InputReader.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Fills the given program class pool and library class pool by reading
 * class files, based on the current configuration.
 */
public void execute(ClassPool programClassPool,
                    ClassPool libraryClassPool) throws IOException
{
    WarningPrinter warningPrinter = new WarningPrinter(System.err, configuration.warn);
    WarningPrinter notePrinter    = new WarningPrinter(System.out, configuration.note);

    DuplicateClassPrinter duplicateClassPrinter = new DuplicateClassPrinter(notePrinter);

    // Read the program class files.
    // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
    // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
    // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
    readInput("Reading program ",
              configuration.programJars,
              new ClassFilter(
              new ClassReader(false,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                              configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                              warningPrinter,
              new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
              new ClassPoolFiller(programClassPool)))));

    // Check if we have at least some input classes.
    if (programClassPool.size() == 0)
    {
        throw new IOException("The input doesn't contain any classes. Did you specify the proper '-injars' options?");
    }

    // Read the library class files, if any.
    if (configuration.libraryJars != null)
    {
        // Prepare a data entry reader to filter all classes,
        // which are then decoded to classes by a class reader,
        // which are then put in the class pool by a class pool filler.
        readInput("Reading library ",
                  configuration.libraryJars,
                  new ClassFilter(
                  new ClassReader(true,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClasses,
                                  configuration.skipNonPublicLibraryClassMembers,
                                  warningPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(programClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPresenceFilter(libraryClassPool, duplicateClassPrinter,
                  new ClassPoolFiller(libraryClassPool))))));
    }

    // Print out a summary of the notes, if necessary.
    int noteCount = notePrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (noteCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Note: there were " + noteCount +
                           " duplicate class definitions.");
        System.err.println("      (http://proguard.sourceforge.net/manual/troubleshooting.html#duplicateclass)");
    }

    // Print out a summary of the warnings, if necessary.
    int warningCount = warningPrinter.getWarningCount();
    if (warningCount > 0)
    {
        System.err.println("Warning: there were " + warningCount +
                           " classes in incorrectly named files.");
        System.err.println("         You should make sure all file names correspond to their class names.");
        System.err.println("         The directory hierarchies must correspond to the package hierarchies.");
        System.err.println("         (http://proguard.sourceforge.net/manual/troubleshooting.html#unexpectedclass)");

        if (!configuration.ignoreWarnings)
        {
            System.err.println("         If you don't mind the mentioned classes not being written out,");
            System.err.println("         you could try your luck using the '-ignorewarnings' option.");
            throw new IOException("Please correct the above warnings first.");
        }
    }
}