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package	bsh;

    A specialized namespace	for Blocks (e.g. the body of a "for" statement).
	The Block acts like a child namespace but only for typed variables 
	declared within it (block local scope) or untyped variables explicitly set 
	in it via setBlockVariable().  Otherwise variable assignment 
	(including untyped variable usage) acts like it is part of the containing

*/ /* Note: This class essentially just delegates most of its methods to its parent. The setVariable() indirection is very small. We could probably fold this functionality back into the base NameSpace as a special case. But this has changed a few times so I'd like to leave this abstraction for now. */ class BlockNameSpace extends NameSpace { public BlockNameSpace( NameSpace parent ) throws EvalError { super( parent, parent.getName()+ "/BlockNameSpace" ); } /** Override the standard namespace behavior to make assignments happen in our parent (enclosing) namespace, unless the variable has already been assigned here via a typed declaration or through the special setBlockVariable() (used for untyped args in try/catch).

i.e. only allow typed var declaration to happen in this namespace. Typed vars are handled in the ordinary way local scope. All untyped assignments are delegated to the enclosing context. */ /* Note: it may see like with the new 1.3 scoping this test could be removed, but it cannot. When recurse is false we still need to set the variable in our parent, not here. */ public void setVariable( String name, Object value, boolean strictJava, boolean recurse ) throws UtilEvalError { if ( weHaveVar( name ) ) // set the var here in the block namespace super.setVariable( name, value, strictJava, false ); else // set the var in the enclosing (parent) namespace getParent().setVariable( name, value, strictJava, recurse ); } /** Set an untyped variable in the block namespace. The BlockNameSpace would normally delegate this set to the parent. Typed variables are naturally set locally. This is used in try/catch block argument. */ public void setBlockVariable( String name, Object value ) throws UtilEvalError { super.setVariable( name, value, false/*strict?*/, false ); } /** We have the variable: either it was declared here with a type, giving it block local scope or an untyped var was explicitly set here via setBlockVariable(). */ private boolean weHaveVar( String name ) { // super.variables.containsKey( name ) not any faster, I checked try { return super.getVariableImpl( name, false ) != null; } catch ( UtilEvalError e ) { return false; } } /** Get the actual BlockNameSpace 'this' reference.

Normally a 'this' reference to a BlockNameSpace (e.g. if () { } ) resolves to the parent namespace (e.g. the namespace containing the "if" statement). However when code inside the BlockNameSpace needs to resolve things relative to 'this' we must use the actual block's 'this' reference. is smart enough to handle this using getBlockThis(). @see #getThis( Interpreter ) This getBlockThis( Interpreter declaringInterpreter ) { return super.getThis( declaringInterpreter ); } */ // // Begin methods which simply delegate to our parent (enclosing scope) // /** This method recurses to find the nearest non-BlockNameSpace parent. public NameSpace getParent() { NameSpace parent = super.getParent(); if ( parent instanceof BlockNameSpace ) return parent.getParent(); else return parent; } */ /** do we need this? */ private NameSpace getNonBlockParent() { NameSpace parent = super.getParent(); if ( parent instanceof BlockNameSpace ) return ((BlockNameSpace)parent).getNonBlockParent(); else return parent; } /** Get a 'this' reference is our parent's 'this' for the object closure. e.g. Normally a 'this' reference to a BlockNameSpace (e.g. if () { } ) resolves to the parent namespace (e.g. the namespace containing the "if" statement). @see #getBlockThis( Interpreter ) */ This getThis( Interpreter declaringInterpreter ) { return getNonBlockParent().getThis( declaringInterpreter ); } /** super is our parent's super */ public This getSuper( Interpreter declaringInterpreter ) { return getNonBlockParent().getSuper( declaringInterpreter ); } /** delegate import to our parent */ public void importClass(String name) { getParent().importClass( name ); } /** delegate import to our parent */ public void importPackage(String name) { getParent().importPackage( name ); } public void setMethod(String name, BshMethod method) throws UtilEvalError { getParent().setMethod( name, method ); } }

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