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Lucene example source code file (IOUtils.java)

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closeable, e, error, error, exception, io, ioexception, ioexception, ioutils, iterable, runtimeexception, runtimeexception, throwable, throwable

The Lucene IOUtils.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.util;

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import java.io.Closeable;
import java.io.IOException;

/** @lucene.internal */
public final class IOUtils {

  private IOUtils() {} // no instance

  /**
   * <p>Closes all given Closeables, suppressing all thrown exceptions. Some of the Closeables
   * may be null, they are ignored. After everything is closed, method either throws <tt>priorException,
   * if one is supplied, or the first of suppressed exceptions, or completes normally.</p>
   * <p>Sample usage:
* <pre> * Closeable resource1 = null, resource2 = null, resource3 = null; * ExpectedException priorE = null; * try { * resource1 = ...; resource2 = ...; resource3 = ...; // Acquisition may throw ExpectedException * ..do..stuff.. // May throw ExpectedException * } catch (ExpectedException e) { * priorE = e; * } finally { * closeSafely(priorE, resource1, resource2, resource3); * } * </pre> * </p> * @param priorException <tt>null or an exception that will be rethrown after method completion * @param objects objects to call <tt>close() on */ public static <E extends Exception> void closeSafely(E priorException, Closeable... objects) throws E, IOException { Throwable th = null; for (Closeable object : objects) { try { if (object != null) { object.close(); } } catch (Throwable t) { if (th == null) { th = t; } } } if (priorException != null) { throw priorException; } else if (th != null) { if (th instanceof IOException) throw (IOException) th; if (th instanceof RuntimeException) throw (RuntimeException) th; if (th instanceof Error) throw (Error) th; throw new RuntimeException(th); } } /** @see #closeSafely(Exception, Closeable...) */ public static <E extends Exception> void closeSafely(E priorException, Iterable objects) throws E, IOException { Throwable th = null; for (Closeable object : objects) { try { if (object != null) { object.close(); } } catch (Throwable t) { if (th == null) { th = t; } } } if (priorException != null) { throw priorException; } else if (th != null) { if (th instanceof IOException) throw (IOException) th; if (th instanceof RuntimeException) throw (RuntimeException) th; if (th instanceof Error) throw (Error) th; throw new RuntimeException(th); } } /** * Closes all given <tt>Closeables, suppressing all thrown exceptions. * Some of the <tt>Closeables may be null, they are ignored. After * everything is closed, and if {@code suppressExceptions} is {@code false}, * method either throws the first of suppressed exceptions, or completes * normally. * * @param suppressExceptions * if true then exceptions that occur during close() are suppressed * @param objects * objects to call <tt>close() on */ public static void closeSafely(boolean suppressExceptions, Closeable... objects) throws IOException { Throwable th = null; for (Closeable object : objects) { try { if (object != null) { object.close(); } } catch (Throwable t) { if (th == null) th = t; } } if (th != null && !suppressExceptions) { if (th instanceof IOException) throw (IOException) th; if (th instanceof RuntimeException) throw (RuntimeException) th; if (th instanceof Error) throw (Error) th; throw new RuntimeException(th); } } /** * @see #closeSafely(boolean, Closeable...) */ public static void closeSafely(boolean suppressExceptions, Iterable<? extends Closeable> objects) throws IOException { Throwable th = null; for (Closeable object : objects) { try { if (object != null) { object.close(); } } catch (Throwable t) { if (th == null) th = t; } } if (th != null && !suppressExceptions) { if (th instanceof IOException) throw (IOException) th; if (th instanceof RuntimeException) throw (RuntimeException) th; if (th instanceof Error) throw (Error) th; throw new RuntimeException(th); } } }

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