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The Errors.java Java example source code

 * Copyright (C) 2006 Google Inc.
 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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 * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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 * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
 * limitations under the License.

package com.google.inject.internal;

import static com.google.common.base.Preconditions.checkArgument;

import com.google.common.base.Equivalence;
import com.google.common.base.Objects;
import com.google.common.base.Throwables;
import com.google.common.collect.ImmutableList;
import com.google.common.collect.ImmutableSet;
import com.google.common.collect.Lists;
import com.google.common.collect.Maps;
import com.google.common.collect.Ordering;
import com.google.inject.ConfigurationException;
import com.google.inject.CreationException;
import com.google.inject.Guice;
import com.google.inject.Key;
import com.google.inject.MembersInjector;
import com.google.inject.Provides;
import com.google.inject.ProvisionException;
import com.google.inject.Scope;
import com.google.inject.TypeLiteral;
import com.google.inject.internal.util.Classes;
import com.google.inject.internal.util.SourceProvider;
import com.google.inject.internal.util.StackTraceElements;
import com.google.inject.spi.Dependency;
import com.google.inject.spi.ElementSource;
import com.google.inject.spi.InjectionListener;
import com.google.inject.spi.InjectionPoint;
import com.google.inject.spi.Message;
import com.google.inject.spi.ScopeBinding;
import com.google.inject.spi.TypeConverterBinding;
import com.google.inject.spi.TypeListenerBinding;

import java.io.Serializable;
import java.lang.annotation.Annotation;
import java.lang.reflect.Constructor;
import java.lang.reflect.Field;
import java.lang.reflect.Member;
import java.lang.reflect.Method;
import java.lang.reflect.Type;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.Formatter;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.Set;
import java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap;
import java.util.logging.Level;
import java.util.logging.Logger;

 * A collection of error messages. If this type is passed as a method parameter, the method is
 * considered to have executed successfully only if new errors were not added to this collection.
 * <p>Errors can be chained to provide additional context. To add context, call {@link #withSource}
 * to create a new Errors instance that contains additional context. All messages added to the
 * returned instance will contain full context.
 * <p>To avoid messages with redundant context, {@link #withSource} should be added sparingly. A
 * good rule of thumb is to assume a method's caller has already specified enough context to
 * identify that method. When calling a method that's defined in a different context, call that
 * method with an errors object that includes its context.
 * @author jessewilson@google.com (Jesse Wilson)
public final class Errors implements Serializable {

  private static final Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(Guice.class.getName());
  private static final Set<Dependency warnedDependencies =
      Collections.newSetFromMap(new ConcurrentHashMap<Dependency());

   * The root errors object. Used to access the list of error messages.
  private final Errors root;

   * The parent errors object. Used to obtain the chain of source objects.
  private final Errors parent;

   * The leaf source for errors added here.
  private final Object source;

   * null unless (root == this) and error messages exist. Never an empty list.
  private List<Message> errors; // lazy, use getErrorsForAdd()

  public Errors() {
    this.root = this;
    this.parent = null;
    this.source = SourceProvider.UNKNOWN_SOURCE;

  public Errors(Object source) {
    this.root = this;
    this.parent = null;
    this.source = source;

  private Errors(Errors parent, Object source) {
    this.root = parent.root;
    this.parent = parent;
    this.source = source;

   * Returns an instance that uses {@code source} as a reference point for newly added errors.
  public Errors withSource(Object source) {
    return source == this.source || source == SourceProvider.UNKNOWN_SOURCE
        ? this
        : new Errors(this, source);

   * We use a fairly generic error message here. The motivation is to share the
   * same message for both bind time errors:
   * <pre>Guice.createInjector(new AbstractModule() {
   *   public void configure() {
   *     bind(Runnable.class);
   *   }
   * }</code>
* ...and at provide-time errors: * <pre>Guice.createInjector().getInstance(Runnable.class); * Otherwise we need to know who's calling when resolving a just-in-time * binding, which makes things unnecessarily complex. */ public Errors missingImplementation(Key key) { return addMessage("No implementation for %s was bound.", key); } public Errors jitDisabled(Key key) { return addMessage("Explicit bindings are required and %s is not explicitly bound.", key); } public Errors jitDisabledInParent(Key<?> key) { return addMessage( "Explicit bindings are required and %s would be bound in a parent injector.%n" + "Please add an explicit binding for it, either in the child or the parent.", key); } public Errors atInjectRequired(Class clazz) { return addMessage( "Explicit @Inject annotations are required on constructors," + " but %s has no constructors annotated with @Inject.", clazz); } public Errors converterReturnedNull(String stringValue, Object source, TypeLiteral<?> type, TypeConverterBinding typeConverterBinding) { return addMessage("Received null converting '%s' (bound at %s) to %s%n" + " using %s.", stringValue, convert(source), type, typeConverterBinding); } public Errors conversionTypeError(String stringValue, Object source, TypeLiteral<?> type, TypeConverterBinding typeConverterBinding, Object converted) { return addMessage("Type mismatch converting '%s' (bound at %s) to %s%n" + " using %s.%n" + " Converter returned %s.", stringValue, convert(source), type, typeConverterBinding, converted); } public Errors conversionError(String stringValue, Object source, TypeLiteral<?> type, TypeConverterBinding typeConverterBinding, RuntimeException cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error converting '%s' (bound at %s) to %s%n" + " using %s.%n" + " Reason: %s", stringValue, convert(source), type, typeConverterBinding, cause); } public Errors ambiguousTypeConversion(String stringValue, Object source, TypeLiteral<?> type, TypeConverterBinding a, TypeConverterBinding b) { return addMessage("Multiple converters can convert '%s' (bound at %s) to %s:%n" + " %s and%n" + " %s.%n" + " Please adjust your type converter configuration to avoid overlapping matches.", stringValue, convert(source), type, a, b); } public Errors bindingToProvider() { return addMessage("Binding to Provider is not allowed."); } public Errors subtypeNotProvided(Class<? extends javax.inject.Provider providerType, Class<?> type) { return addMessage("%s doesn't provide instances of %s.", providerType, type); } public Errors notASubtype(Class<?> implementationType, Class type) { return addMessage("%s doesn't extend %s.", implementationType, type); } public Errors recursiveImplementationType() { return addMessage("@ImplementedBy points to the same class it annotates."); } public Errors recursiveProviderType() { return addMessage("@ProvidedBy points to the same class it annotates."); } public Errors missingRuntimeRetention(Class<? extends Annotation> annotation) { return addMessage(format("Please annotate %s with @Retention(RUNTIME).", annotation)); } public Errors missingScopeAnnotation(Class<? extends Annotation> annotation) { return addMessage(format("Please annotate %s with @ScopeAnnotation.", annotation)); } public Errors optionalConstructor(Constructor constructor) { return addMessage("%s is annotated @Inject(optional=true), " + "but constructors cannot be optional.", constructor); } public Errors cannotBindToGuiceType(String simpleName) { return addMessage("Binding to core guice framework type is not allowed: %s.", simpleName); } public Errors scopeNotFound(Class<? extends Annotation> scopeAnnotation) { return addMessage("No scope is bound to %s.", scopeAnnotation); } public Errors scopeAnnotationOnAbstractType( Class<? extends Annotation> scopeAnnotation, Class type, Object source) { return addMessage("%s is annotated with %s, but scope annotations are not supported " + "for abstract types.%n Bound at %s.", type, scopeAnnotation, convert(source)); } public Errors misplacedBindingAnnotation(Member member, Annotation bindingAnnotation) { return addMessage("%s is annotated with %s, but binding annotations should be applied " + "to its parameters instead.", member, bindingAnnotation); } private static final String CONSTRUCTOR_RULES = "Classes must have either one (and only one) constructor " + "annotated with @Inject or a zero-argument constructor that is not private."; public Errors missingConstructor(Class<?> implementation) { return addMessage("Could not find a suitable constructor in %s. " + CONSTRUCTOR_RULES, implementation); } public Errors tooManyConstructors(Class<?> implementation) { return addMessage("%s has more than one constructor annotated with @Inject. " + CONSTRUCTOR_RULES, implementation); } public Errors constructorNotDefinedByType(Constructor<?> constructor, TypeLiteral type) { return addMessage("%s does not define %s", type, constructor); } public Errors duplicateScopes(ScopeBinding existing, Class<? extends Annotation> annotationType, Scope scope) { return addMessage("Scope %s is already bound to %s at %s.%n Cannot bind %s.", existing.getScope(), annotationType, existing.getSource(), scope); } public Errors voidProviderMethod() { return addMessage("Provider methods must return a value. Do not return void."); } public Errors missingConstantValues() { return addMessage("Missing constant value. Please call to(...)."); } public Errors cannotInjectInnerClass(Class<?> type) { return addMessage("Injecting into inner classes is not supported. " + "Please use a 'static' class (top-level or nested) instead of %s.", type); } public Errors duplicateBindingAnnotations(Member member, Class<? extends Annotation> a, Class b) { return addMessage("%s has more than one annotation annotated with @BindingAnnotation: " + "%s and %s", member, a, b); } public Errors staticInjectionOnInterface(Class<?> clazz) { return addMessage("%s is an interface, but interfaces have no static injection points.", clazz); } public Errors cannotInjectFinalField(Field field) { return addMessage("Injected field %s cannot be final.", field); } public Errors cannotInjectAbstractMethod(Method method) { return addMessage("Injected method %s cannot be abstract.", method); } public Errors cannotInjectNonVoidMethod(Method method) { return addMessage("Injected method %s must return void.", method); } public Errors cannotInjectMethodWithTypeParameters(Method method) { return addMessage("Injected method %s cannot declare type parameters of its own.", method); } public Errors duplicateScopeAnnotations( Class<? extends Annotation> a, Class b) { return addMessage("More than one scope annotation was found: %s and %s.", a, b); } public Errors recursiveBinding() { return addMessage("Binding points to itself."); } public Errors bindingAlreadySet(Key<?> key, Object source) { return addMessage("A binding to %s was already configured at %s.", key, convert(source)); } public Errors jitBindingAlreadySet(Key<?> key) { return addMessage("A just-in-time binding to %s was already configured on a parent injector.", key); } public Errors childBindingAlreadySet(Key<?> key, Set sources) { Formatter allSources = new Formatter(); for (Object source : sources) { if (source == null) { allSources.format("%n (bound by a just-in-time binding)"); } else { allSources.format("%n bound at %s", source); } } Errors errors = addMessage( "Unable to create binding for %s." + " It was already configured on one or more child injectors or private modules" + "%s%n" + " If it was in a PrivateModule, did you forget to expose the binding?", key, allSources.out()); return errors; } public Errors errorCheckingDuplicateBinding(Key<?> key, Object source, Throwable t) { return addMessage( "A binding to %s was already configured at %s and an error was thrown " + "while checking duplicate bindings. Error: %s", key, convert(source), t); } public Errors errorInjectingMethod(Throwable cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error injecting method, %s", cause); } public Errors errorNotifyingTypeListener(TypeListenerBinding listener, TypeLiteral<?> type, Throwable cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error notifying TypeListener %s (bound at %s) of %s.%n" + " Reason: %s", listener.getListener(), convert(listener.getSource()), type, cause); } public Errors errorInjectingConstructor(Throwable cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error injecting constructor, %s", cause); } public Errors errorInProvider(Throwable cause) { Throwable unwrapped = unwrap(cause); return errorInUserCode(unwrapped, "Error in custom provider, %s", unwrapped); } public Errors errorInUserInjector( MembersInjector<?> listener, TypeLiteral type, RuntimeException cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error injecting %s using %s.%n" + " Reason: %s", type, listener, cause); } public Errors errorNotifyingInjectionListener( InjectionListener<?> listener, TypeLiteral type, RuntimeException cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Error notifying InjectionListener %s of %s.%n" + " Reason: %s", listener, type, cause); } public Errors exposedButNotBound(Key<?> key) { return addMessage("Could not expose() %s, it must be explicitly bound.", key); } public Errors keyNotFullySpecified(TypeLiteral<?> typeLiteral) { return addMessage("%s cannot be used as a key; It is not fully specified.", typeLiteral); } public Errors errorEnhancingClass(Class<?> clazz, Throwable cause) { return errorInUserCode(cause, "Unable to method intercept: %s", clazz); } public static Collection<Message> getMessagesFromThrowable(Throwable throwable) { if (throwable instanceof ProvisionException) { return ((ProvisionException) throwable).getErrorMessages(); } else if (throwable instanceof ConfigurationException) { return ((ConfigurationException) throwable).getErrorMessages(); } else if (throwable instanceof CreationException) { return ((CreationException) throwable).getErrorMessages(); } else { return ImmutableSet.of(); } } public Errors errorInUserCode(Throwable cause, String messageFormat, Object... arguments) { Collection<Message> messages = getMessagesFromThrowable(cause); if (!messages.isEmpty()) { return merge(messages); } else { return addMessage(cause, messageFormat, arguments); } } private Throwable unwrap(Throwable runtimeException) { if(runtimeException instanceof Exceptions.UnhandledCheckedUserException) { return runtimeException.getCause(); } else { return runtimeException; } } public Errors cannotInjectRawProvider() { return addMessage("Cannot inject a Provider that has no type parameter"); } public Errors cannotInjectRawMembersInjector() { return addMessage("Cannot inject a MembersInjector that has no type parameter"); } public Errors cannotInjectTypeLiteralOf(Type unsupportedType) { return addMessage("Cannot inject a TypeLiteral of %s", unsupportedType); } public Errors cannotInjectRawTypeLiteral() { return addMessage("Cannot inject a TypeLiteral that has no type parameter"); } public Errors cannotProxyClass(Class<?> expectedType) { return addMessage( "Tried proxying %s to support a circular dependency, but it is not an interface.", expectedType); } public Errors circularDependenciesDisabled(Class<?> expectedType) { return addMessage( "Found a circular dependency involving %s, and circular dependencies are disabled.", expectedType); } public void throwCreationExceptionIfErrorsExist() { if (!hasErrors()) { return; } throw new CreationException(getMessages()); } public void throwConfigurationExceptionIfErrorsExist() { if (!hasErrors()) { return; } throw new ConfigurationException(getMessages()); } public void throwProvisionExceptionIfErrorsExist() { if (!hasErrors()) { return; } throw new ProvisionException(getMessages()); } private Message merge(Message message) { List<Object> sources = Lists.newArrayList(); sources.addAll(getSources()); sources.addAll(message.getSources()); return new Message(sources, message.getMessage(), message.getCause()); } public Errors merge(Collection<Message> messages) { for (Message message : messages) { addMessage(merge(message)); } return this; } public Errors merge(Errors moreErrors) { if (moreErrors.root == root || moreErrors.root.errors == null) { return this; } merge(moreErrors.root.errors); return this; } public List<Object> getSources() { List<Object> sources = Lists.newArrayList(); for (Errors e = this; e != null; e = e.parent) { if (e.source != SourceProvider.UNKNOWN_SOURCE) { sources.add(0, e.source); } } return sources; } public void throwIfNewErrors(int expectedSize) throws ErrorsException { if (size() == expectedSize) { return; } throw toException(); } public ErrorsException toException() { return new ErrorsException(this); } public boolean hasErrors() { return root.errors != null; } public Errors addMessage(String messageFormat, Object... arguments) { return addMessage(null, messageFormat, arguments); } private Errors addMessage(Throwable cause, String messageFormat, Object... arguments) { String message = format(messageFormat, arguments); addMessage(new Message(getSources(), message, cause)); return this; } public Errors addMessage(Message message) { if (root.errors == null) { root.errors = Lists.newArrayList(); } root.errors.add(message); return this; } public static String format(String messageFormat, Object... arguments) { for (int i = 0; i < arguments.length; i++) { arguments[i] = Errors.convert(arguments[i]); } return String.format(messageFormat, arguments); } public List<Message> getMessages() { if (root.errors == null) { return ImmutableList.of(); } return new Ordering<Message>() { @Override public int compare(Message a, Message b) { return a.getSource().compareTo(b.getSource()); } }.sortedCopy(root.errors); } /** Returns the formatted message for an exception with the specified messages. */ public static String format(String heading, Collection<Message> errorMessages) { Formatter fmt = new Formatter().format(heading).format(":%n%n"); int index = 1; boolean displayCauses = getOnlyCause(errorMessages) == null; Map<Equivalence.Wrapper causes = Maps.newHashMap(); for (Message errorMessage : errorMessages) { int thisIdx = index++; fmt.format("%s) %s%n", thisIdx, errorMessage.getMessage()); List<Object> dependencies = errorMessage.getSources(); for (int i = dependencies.size() - 1; i >= 0; i--) { Object source = dependencies.get(i); formatSource(fmt, source); } Throwable cause = errorMessage.getCause(); if (displayCauses && cause != null) { Equivalence.Wrapper<Throwable> causeEquivalence = ThrowableEquivalence.INSTANCE.wrap(cause); if (!causes.containsKey(causeEquivalence)) { causes.put(causeEquivalence, thisIdx); fmt.format("Caused by: %s", Throwables.getStackTraceAsString(cause)); } else { int causeIdx = causes.get(causeEquivalence); fmt.format("Caused by: %s (same stack trace as error #%s)", cause.getClass().getName(), causeIdx); } } fmt.format("%n"); } if (errorMessages.size() == 1) { fmt.format("1 error"); } else { fmt.format("%s errors", errorMessages.size()); } return fmt.toString(); } /** * Returns {@code value} if it is non-null or allowed to be null. Otherwise a message is added and * an {@code ErrorsException} is thrown. */ public <T> T checkForNull(T value, Object source, Dependency dependency) throws ErrorsException { if (value != null || dependency.isNullable()) { return value; } // Hack to allow null parameters to @Provides methods, for backwards compatibility. if (dependency.getInjectionPoint().getMember() instanceof Method) { Method annotated = (Method) dependency.getInjectionPoint().getMember(); if (annotated.isAnnotationPresent(Provides.class)) { switch (InternalFlags.getNullableProvidesOption()) { case ERROR: break; // break out & let the below exception happen case IGNORE: return value; // user doesn't care about injecting nulls to non-@Nullables. case WARN: // Warn only once, otherwise we spam logs too much. if (!warnedDependencies.add(dependency)) { return value; } logger.log( Level.WARNING, "Guice injected null into {0} (a {1}), please mark it @Nullable." + " Use -Dguice_check_nullable_provides_params=ERROR to turn this into an" + " error.", new Object[] {formatParameter(dependency), convert(dependency.getKey())}); return null; // log & exit. } } } Object formattedDependency = (dependency.getParameterIndex() != -1) ? formatParameter(dependency) : StackTraceElements.forMember(dependency.getInjectionPoint().getMember()); addMessage( "null returned by binding at %s%n but %s is not @Nullable", source, formattedDependency); throw toException(); } /** * Returns the cause throwable if there is exactly one cause in {@code messages}. If there are * zero or multiple messages with causes, null is returned. */ public static Throwable getOnlyCause(Collection<Message> messages) { Throwable onlyCause = null; for (Message message : messages) { Throwable messageCause = message.getCause(); if (messageCause == null) { continue; } if (onlyCause != null && !ThrowableEquivalence.INSTANCE.equivalent(onlyCause, messageCause)) { return null; } onlyCause = messageCause; } return onlyCause; } public int size() { return root.errors == null ? 0 : root.errors.size(); } private static abstract class Converter<T> { final Class<T> type; Converter(Class<T> type) { this.type = type; } boolean appliesTo(Object o) { return o != null && type.isAssignableFrom(o.getClass()); } String convert(Object o) { return toString(type.cast(o)); } abstract String toString(T t); } private static final Collection<Converter converters = ImmutableList.of( new Converter<Class>(Class.class) { @Override public String toString(Class c) { return c.getName(); } }, new Converter<Member>(Member.class) { @Override public String toString(Member member) { return Classes.toString(member); } }, new Converter<Key>(Key.class) { @Override public String toString(Key key) { if (key.getAnnotationType() != null) { return key.getTypeLiteral() + " annotated with " + (key.getAnnotation() != null ? key.getAnnotation() : key.getAnnotationType()); } else { return key.getTypeLiteral().toString(); } } }); public static Object convert(Object o) { ElementSource source = null; if (o instanceof ElementSource) { source = (ElementSource)o; o = source.getDeclaringSource(); } return convert(o, source); } public static Object convert(Object o, ElementSource source) { for (Converter<?> converter : converters) { if (converter.appliesTo(o)) { return appendModules(converter.convert(o), source); } } return appendModules(o, source); } private static Object appendModules(Object source, ElementSource elementSource) { String modules = moduleSourceString(elementSource); if (modules.length() == 0) { return source; } else { return source + modules; } } private static String moduleSourceString(ElementSource elementSource) { // if we only have one module (or don't know what they are), then don't bother // reporting it, because the source already is going to report exactly that module. if (elementSource == null) { return ""; } List<String> modules = Lists.newArrayList(elementSource.getModuleClassNames()); // Insert any original element sources w/ module info into the path. while(elementSource.getOriginalElementSource() != null) { elementSource = elementSource.getOriginalElementSource(); modules.addAll(0, elementSource.getModuleClassNames()); } if (modules.size() <= 1) { return ""; } // Ideally we'd do: // return Joiner.on(" -> ") // .appendTo(new StringBuilder(" (via modules: "), Lists.reverse(modules)) // .append(")").toString(); // ... but for some reason we can't find Lists.reverse, so do it the boring way. StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder(" (via modules: "); for (int i = modules.size() - 1; i >= 0; i--) { builder.append(modules.get(i)); if (i != 0) { builder.append(" -> "); } } builder.append(")"); return builder.toString(); } public static void formatSource(Formatter formatter, Object source) { ElementSource elementSource = null; if (source instanceof ElementSource) { elementSource = (ElementSource)source; source = elementSource.getDeclaringSource(); } formatSource(formatter, source, elementSource); } public static void formatSource(Formatter formatter, Object source, ElementSource elementSource) { String modules = moduleSourceString(elementSource); if (source instanceof Dependency) { Dependency<?> dependency = (Dependency) source; InjectionPoint injectionPoint = dependency.getInjectionPoint(); if (injectionPoint != null) { formatInjectionPoint(formatter, dependency, injectionPoint, elementSource); } else { formatSource(formatter, dependency.getKey(), elementSource); } } else if (source instanceof InjectionPoint) { formatInjectionPoint(formatter, null, (InjectionPoint) source, elementSource); } else if (source instanceof Class) { formatter.format(" at %s%s%n", StackTraceElements.forType((Class<?>) source), modules); } else if (source instanceof Member) { formatter.format(" at %s%s%n", StackTraceElements.forMember((Member) source), modules); } else if (source instanceof TypeLiteral) { formatter.format(" while locating %s%s%n", source, modules); } else if (source instanceof Key) { Key<?> key = (Key) source; formatter.format(" while locating %s%n", convert(key, elementSource)); } else if (source instanceof Thread) { formatter.format(" in thread %s%n", source); } else { formatter.format(" at %s%s%n", source, modules); } } public static void formatInjectionPoint(Formatter formatter, Dependency<?> dependency, InjectionPoint injectionPoint, ElementSource elementSource) { Member member = injectionPoint.getMember(); Class<? extends Member> memberType = Classes.memberType(member); if (memberType == Field.class) { dependency = injectionPoint.getDependencies().get(0); formatter.format(" while locating %s%n", convert(dependency.getKey(), elementSource)); formatter.format(" for field at %s%n", StackTraceElements.forMember(member)); } else if (dependency != null) { formatter.format(" while locating %s%n", convert(dependency.getKey(), elementSource)); formatter.format(" for %s%n", formatParameter(dependency)); } else { formatSource(formatter, injectionPoint.getMember()); } } private static String formatParameter(Dependency<?> dependency) { int ordinal = dependency.getParameterIndex() + 1; return String.format( "the %s%s parameter of %s", ordinal, getOrdinalSuffix(ordinal), StackTraceElements.forMember(dependency.getInjectionPoint().getMember())); } /** * Maps {@code 1} to the string {@code "1st"} ditto for all non-negative numbers * * @see <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_numerals#Ordinal_numbers"> * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_numerals#Ordinal_numbers</a> */ private static String getOrdinalSuffix(int ordinal) { // negative ordinals don't make sense, we allow zero though because we are programmers checkArgument(ordinal >= 0); if ((ordinal / 10) % 10 == 1) { // all the 'teens' are weird return "th"; } else { // could use a lookup table? any better? switch (ordinal % 10) { case 1: return "st"; case 2: return "nd"; case 3: return "rd"; default: return "th"; } } } static class ThrowableEquivalence extends Equivalence<Throwable> { static final ThrowableEquivalence INSTANCE = new ThrowableEquivalence(); @Override protected boolean doEquivalent(Throwable a, Throwable b) { return a.getClass().equals(b.getClass()) && Objects.equal(a.getMessage(), b.getMessage()) && Arrays.equals(a.getStackTrace(), b.getStackTrace()) && equivalent(a.getCause(), b.getCause()); } @Override protected int doHash(Throwable t) { return Objects.hashCode(t.getClass().hashCode(), t.getMessage(), hash(t.getCause())); } } }

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