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Java example source code file (BoundFieldModule.java)

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The BoundFieldModule.java Java example source code

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package com.google.inject.testing.fieldbinder;

import com.google.common.base.Optional;
import com.google.common.base.Preconditions;
import com.google.inject.Binder;
import com.google.inject.BindingAnnotation;
import com.google.inject.Module;
import com.google.inject.Provider;
import com.google.inject.TypeLiteral;
import com.google.inject.binder.AnnotatedBindingBuilder;
import com.google.inject.binder.LinkedBindingBuilder;
import com.google.inject.internal.Annotations;
import com.google.inject.internal.Nullability;
import com.google.inject.spi.Message;
import com.google.inject.util.Providers;

import java.lang.annotation.Annotation;
import java.lang.reflect.Field;
import java.lang.reflect.ParameterizedType;
import java.lang.reflect.Type;

 * Automatically creates Guice bindings for fields in an object annotated with {@link Bind}.
 * <p>This module is intended for use in tests to reduce the code needed to bind local fields
 * (usually mocks) for injection.
 * <p>The following rules are followed in determining how fields are bound using this module:
 * <ul>
 * <li>
 * For each {@link Bind} annotated field of an object and its superclasses, this module will bind
 * that field's type to that field's value at injector creation time. This includes both instance
 * and static fields.
 * </li>
 * <li>
 * If {@link Bind#to} is specified, the field's value will be bound to the class specified by
 * {@link Bind#to} instead of the field's actual type.
 * </li>
 * <li>
 * If a {@link BindingAnnotation} or {@link javax.inject.Qualifier} is present on the field,
 * that field will be bound using that annotation via {@link AnnotatedBindingBuilder#annotatedWith}.
 * For example, {@code bind(Foo.class).annotatedWith(BarAnnotation.class).toInstance(theValue)}.
 * It is an error to supply more than one {@link BindingAnnotation} or
 * {@link javax.inject.Qualifier}.
 * </li>
 * <li>
 * If the field is of type {@link Provider}, the field's value will be bound as a {@link Provider}
 * using {@link LinkedBindingBuilder#toProvider} to the provider's parameterized type. For example,
 * {@code Provider<Integer>} binds to {@link Integer}. Attempting to bind a non-parameterized
 * {@link Provider} without a {@link Bind#to} clause is an error.
 * </li>
 * </ul>
 * <p>Example use:
 * <pre>
 * public class TestFoo {
 *   // bind(new TypeLiteral{@code <List}() {}).toInstance(listOfObjects);
 *   {@literal @}Bind private List{@code <Object>} listOfObjects = Lists.of();
 *   // bind(String.class).toProvider(new Provider() { public String get() { return userName; }});
 *   {@literal @}Bind(lazy = true) private String userName;
 *   // bind(SuperClass.class).toInstance(aSubClass);
 *   {@literal @}Bind(to = SuperClass.class) private SubClass aSubClass = new SubClass();
 *   // bind(String.class).annotatedWith(MyBindingAnnotation.class).toInstance(myString);
 *   {@literal @}Bind
 *   {@literal @}MyBindingAnnotation
 *   private String myString = "hello";
 *   // bind(Object.class).toProvider(myProvider);
 *   {@literal @}Bind private Provider{@code <Object>} myProvider = getProvider();
 *   {@literal @}Before public void setUp() {
 *     Guice.createInjector(BoundFieldModule.of(this)).injectMembers(this);
 *   }
 * }
 * </code>
* * @see Bind * @author eatnumber1@google.com (Russ Harmon) */ public final class BoundFieldModule implements Module { private final Object instance; // Note that binder is not initialized until configure() is called. private Binder binder; private BoundFieldModule(Object instance) { this.instance = instance; } /** * Create a BoundFieldModule which binds the {@link Bind} annotated fields of {@code instance}. * * @param instance the instance whose fields will be bound. * @return a module which will bind the {@link Bind} annotated fields of {@code instance}. */ public static BoundFieldModule of(Object instance) { return new BoundFieldModule(instance); } private static class BoundFieldException extends RuntimeException { private final Message message; BoundFieldException(Message message) { super(message.getMessage()); this.message = message; } } private class BoundFieldInfo { /** The field itself. */ final Field field; /** * The actual type of the field. * * <p>For example, {@code @Bind(to = Object.class) Number one = new Integer(1);} will be * {@link Number}. */ final TypeLiteral<?> type; /** The {@link Bind} annotation which is present on the field. */ final Bind bindAnnotation; /** * The type this field will bind to. * * <p>For example, {@code @Bind(to = Object.class) Number one = new Integer(1);} will be * {@link Object} and {@code @Bind Number one = new Integer(1);} will be {@link Number}. */ final TypeLiteral<?> boundType; /** * The "natural" type of this field. * * <p>For example, {@code @Bind(to = Object.class) Number one = new Integer(1);} will be * {@link Number}, and {@code @Bind(to = Object.class) Provider<Number> one = new Integer(1);} * will be {@link Number}. * * @see #getNaturalFieldType */ final Optional<TypeLiteral naturalType; BoundFieldInfo( Field field, Bind bindAnnotation, TypeLiteral<?> fieldType) { this.field = field; this.type = fieldType; this.bindAnnotation = bindAnnotation; field.setAccessible(true); this.naturalType = getNaturalFieldType(); this.boundType = getBoundType(); } private TypeLiteral<?> getBoundType() { Class<?> bindClass = bindAnnotation.to(); // Bind#to's default value is Bind.class which is used to represent that no explicit binding // type is requested. if (bindClass == Bind.class) { Preconditions.checkState(naturalType != null); if (!this.naturalType.isPresent()) { throwBoundFieldException( field, "Non parameterized Provider fields must have an explicit " + "binding class via @Bind(to = Foo.class)"); } return this.naturalType.get(); } else { return TypeLiteral.get(bindClass); } } /** * Retrieves the type this field binds to naturally. * * <p>A field's "natural" type specifically ignores the to() method on the @Bind annotation, is * the parameterized type if the field's actual type is a parameterized {@link Provider}, is * {@link Optional#absent()} if this field is a non-parameterized {@link Provider} and otherwise * is the field's actual type. * * @return the type this field binds to naturally, or {@link Optional#absent()} if this field is * a non-parameterized {@link Provider}. */ private Optional<TypeLiteral getNaturalFieldType() { if (isTransparentProvider(type.getRawType())) { Type providerType = type.getType(); if (providerType instanceof Class) { return Optional.absent(); } Preconditions.checkState(providerType instanceof ParameterizedType); Type[] providerTypeArguments = ((ParameterizedType) providerType).getActualTypeArguments(); Preconditions.checkState(providerTypeArguments.length == 1); return Optional.<TypeLiteralof(TypeLiteral.get(providerTypeArguments[0])); } else { return Optional.<TypeLiteralof(type); } } Object getValue() { try { return field.get(instance); } catch (IllegalAccessException e) { // Since we called setAccessible(true) on this field in the constructor, this is a // programming error if it occurs. throw new AssertionError(e); } } /** Returns whether a binding supports null values. */ boolean allowsNull() { return !isTransparentProvider(type.getRawType()) && Nullability.allowsNull(field.getAnnotations()); } } private static boolean hasInject(Field field) { return field.isAnnotationPresent(javax.inject.Inject.class) || field.isAnnotationPresent(com.google.inject.Inject.class); } /** * Retrieve a {@link BoundFieldInfo}. * * <p>This returns a {@link BoundFieldInfo} if the field has a {@link Bind} annotation. * Otherwise it returns {@link Optional#absent()}. */ private Optional<BoundFieldInfo> getBoundFieldInfo( TypeLiteral<?> containingClassType, Field field) { Bind bindAnnotation = field.getAnnotation(Bind.class); if (bindAnnotation == null) { return Optional.absent(); } if (hasInject(field)) { throwBoundFieldException( field, "Fields annotated with both @Bind and @Inject are illegal."); } return Optional.of( new BoundFieldInfo( field, bindAnnotation, containingClassType.getFieldType(field))); } private LinkedBindingBuilder<?> verifyBindingAnnotations( Field field, AnnotatedBindingBuilder<?> annotatedBinder) { LinkedBindingBuilder<?> binderRet = annotatedBinder; for (Annotation annotation : field.getAnnotations()) { Class<? extends Annotation> annotationType = annotation.annotationType(); if (Annotations.isBindingAnnotation(annotationType)) { // not returning here ensures that annotatedWith will be called multiple times if this field // has multiple BindingAnnotations, relying on the binder to throw an error in this case. binderRet = annotatedBinder.annotatedWith(annotation); } } return binderRet; } /** * Determines if {@code clazz} is a "transparent provider". * * <p>A transparent provider is a {@link com.google.inject.Provider} or * {@link javax.inject.Provider} which binds to it's parameterized type when used as the argument * to {@link Binder#bind}. * * <p>A {@link Provider} is transparent if the base class of that object is {@link Provider}. In * other words, subclasses of {@link Provider} are not transparent. As a special case, if a * {@link Provider} has no parameterized type but is otherwise transparent, then it is considered * transparent. * * <p>Subclasses of {@link Provider} are not considered transparent in order to allow users to * bind those subclasses directly, enabling them to inject the providers themselves. */ private static boolean isTransparentProvider(Class<?> clazz) { return com.google.inject.Provider.class == clazz || javax.inject.Provider.class == clazz; } private void bindField(final BoundFieldInfo fieldInfo) { if (fieldInfo.naturalType.isPresent()) { Class<?> naturalRawType = fieldInfo.naturalType.get().getRawType(); Class<?> boundRawType = fieldInfo.boundType.getRawType(); if (!boundRawType.isAssignableFrom(naturalRawType)) { throwBoundFieldException( fieldInfo.field, "Requested binding type \"%s\" is not assignable from field binding type \"%s\"", boundRawType.getName(), naturalRawType.getName()); } } AnnotatedBindingBuilder<?> annotatedBinder = binder.bind(fieldInfo.boundType); LinkedBindingBuilder<?> binder = verifyBindingAnnotations(fieldInfo.field, annotatedBinder); // It's unfortunate that Field.get() just returns Object rather than the actual type (although // that would be impossible) because as a result calling binder.toInstance or binder.toProvider // is impossible to do without an unchecked cast. This is safe if fieldInfo.naturalType is // present because compatibility is checked explicitly above, but is _unsafe_ if // fieldInfo.naturalType is absent which occurrs when a non-parameterized Provider is used with // @Bind(to = ...) @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") AnnotatedBindingBuilder<Object> binderUnsafe = (AnnotatedBindingBuilder) binder; if (isTransparentProvider(fieldInfo.type.getRawType())) { if (fieldInfo.bindAnnotation.lazy()) { binderUnsafe.toProvider( new Provider<Object>() { @Override // @Nullable public Object get() { // This is safe because we checked that the field's type is Provider above. @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") javax.inject.Provider<?> provider = (javax.inject.Provider<?>) getFieldValue(fieldInfo); return provider.get(); } }); } else { // This is safe because we checked that the field's type is Provider above. @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") javax.inject.Provider<?> fieldValueUnsafe = (javax.inject.Provider<?>) getFieldValue(fieldInfo); binderUnsafe.toProvider(fieldValueUnsafe); } } else if (fieldInfo.bindAnnotation.lazy()) { binderUnsafe.toProvider( new Provider<Object>() { @Override // @Nullable public Object get() { return getFieldValue(fieldInfo); } }); } else { Object fieldValue = getFieldValue(fieldInfo); if (fieldValue == null) { binderUnsafe.toProvider(Providers.of(null)); } else { binderUnsafe.toInstance(fieldValue); } } } // @Nullable /** * Returns the field value to bind, throwing for non-{@code @Nullable} fields with null values, * and for null "transparent providers". */ private Object getFieldValue(final BoundFieldInfo fieldInfo) { Object fieldValue = fieldInfo.getValue(); if (fieldValue == null && !fieldInfo.allowsNull()) { if (isTransparentProvider(fieldInfo.type.getRawType())) { throwBoundFieldException( fieldInfo.field, "Binding to null is not allowed. Use Providers.of(null) if this is your intended " + "behavior.", fieldInfo.field.getName()); } else { throwBoundFieldException( fieldInfo.field, "Binding to null values is only allowed for fields that are annotated @Nullable.", fieldInfo.field.getName()); } } return fieldValue; } private void throwBoundFieldException(Field field, String format, Object... args) { Preconditions.checkNotNull(binder); String source = String.format( "%s field %s", field.getDeclaringClass().getName(), field.getName()); throw new BoundFieldException(new Message(source, String.format(format, args))); } @Override public void configure(Binder binder) { binder = binder.skipSources(BoundFieldModule.class); this.binder = binder; TypeLiteral<?> currentClassType = TypeLiteral.get(instance.getClass()); while (currentClassType.getRawType() != Object.class) { for (Field field : currentClassType.getRawType().getDeclaredFields()) { try { Optional<BoundFieldInfo> fieldInfoOpt = getBoundFieldInfo(currentClassType, field); if (fieldInfoOpt.isPresent()) { bindField(fieldInfoOpt.get()); } } catch (BoundFieldException e) { // keep going to try to collect as many errors as possible binder.addError(e.message); } } currentClassType = currentClassType.getSupertype(currentClassType.getRawType().getSuperclass()); } } }

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