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package bsh;

import java.util.*;
import java.lang.reflect.Method;
import java.lang.reflect.Modifier;

	BshClassManager manages all classloading in BeanShell.
	It also supports a dynamically loaded extension (bsh.classpath package)
	which allows classpath extension and class file reloading.

	Currently the extension relies on 1.2 for BshClassLoader and weak 

	See for details
	on the bsh classloader architecture.

Bsh has a multi-tiered class loading architecture. No class loader is used unless/until the classpath is modified or a class is reloaded.

*/ /* Implementation notes: Note: we may need some synchronization in here Note on version dependency: This base class is JDK 1.1 compatible, however we are forced to use weak references in the full featured implementation (the optional bsh.classpath package) to accomodate all of the fleeting namespace listeners as they fall out of scope. (NameSpaces must be informed if the class space changes so that they can un-cache names).

Perhaps a simpler idea would be to have entities that reference cached types always perform a light weight check with a counter / reference value and use that to detect changes in the namespace. This puts the burden on the consumer to check at appropriate times, but could eliminate the need for the listener system in many places and the necessity of weak references in this package.

*/ public class BshClassManager { /** Identifier for no value item. Use a hashtable as a Set. */ private static Object NOVALUE = new Object(); /** The interpreter which created the class manager This is used to load scripted classes from source files. */ private Interpreter declaringInterpreter; /** An external classloader supplied by the setClassLoader() command. */ private ClassLoader externalClassLoader; /** Global cache for things we know are classes. Note: these should probably be re-implemented with Soft references. (as opposed to strong or Weak) */ protected transient Hashtable absoluteClassCache = new Hashtable(); /** Global cache for things we know are *not* classes. Note: these should probably be re-implemented with Soft references. (as opposed to strong or Weak) */ protected transient Hashtable absoluteNonClasses = new Hashtable(); /** Caches for resolved object and static methods. We keep these maps separate to support fast lookup in the general case where the method may be either. */ protected transient Hashtable resolvedObjectMethods = new Hashtable(); protected transient Hashtable resolvedStaticMethods = new Hashtable(); protected transient Hashtable definingClasses = new Hashtable(); protected transient Hashtable definingClassesBaseNames = new Hashtable(); /** Create a new instance of the class manager. Class manager instnaces are now associated with the interpreter. @see bsh.Interpreter.getClassManager() @see bsh.Interpreter.setClassLoader( ClassLoader ) */ public static BshClassManager createClassManager( Interpreter interpreter ) { BshClassManager manager; // Do we have the necessary jdk1.2 packages and optional package? if ( Capabilities.classExists("java.lang.ref.WeakReference") && Capabilities.classExists("java.util.HashMap") && Capabilities.classExists("bsh.classpath.ClassManagerImpl") ) try { // Try to load the module // don't refer to it directly here or we're dependent upon it Class clas = Class.forName( "bsh.classpath.ClassManagerImpl" ); manager = (BshClassManager)clas.newInstance(); } catch ( Exception e ) { throw new InterpreterError("Error loading classmanager: "+e); } else manager = new BshClassManager(); if ( interpreter == null ) interpreter = new Interpreter(); manager.declaringInterpreter = interpreter; return manager; } public boolean classExists( String name ) { return ( classForName( name ) != null ); } /** Load the specified class by name, taking into account added classpath and reloaded classes, etc. @return the class or null */ public Class classForName( String name ) { if ( isClassBeingDefined( name ) ) throw new InterpreterError( "Attempting to load class in the process of being defined: " +name ); Class clas = null; try { clas = plainClassForName( name ); } catch ( ClassNotFoundException e ) { /*ignore*/ } // try scripted class if ( clas == null ) clas = loadSourceClass( name ); return clas; } // Move me to classpath/ClassManagerImpl??? protected Class loadSourceClass( String name ) { String fileName = "/"+name.replace('.','/')+".java"; InputStream in = getResourceAsStream( fileName ); if ( in == null ) return null; try { System.out.println("Loading class from source file: "+fileName); declaringInterpreter.eval( new InputStreamReader(in) ); } catch ( EvalError e ) { // ignore System.err.println( e ); } try { return plainClassForName( name ); } catch ( ClassNotFoundException e ) { System.err.println("Class not found in source file: "+name ); return null; } } /** Perform a plain Class.forName() or call the externally provided classloader. If a BshClassManager implementation is loaded the call will be delegated to it, to allow for additional hooks.

This simply wraps that bottom level class lookup call and provides a central point for monitoring and handling certain Java version dependent bugs, etc. @see #classForName( String ) @return the class */ public Class plainClassForName( String name ) throws ClassNotFoundException { Class c = null; try { if ( externalClassLoader != null ) c = externalClassLoader.loadClass( name ); else c = Class.forName( name ); cacheClassInfo( name, c ); /* Original note: Jdk under Win is throwing these to warn about lower case / upper case possible mismatch. e.g. bsh.console bsh.Console Update: Prior to 1.3 we were squeltching NoClassDefFoundErrors which was very annoying. I cannot reproduce the original problem and this was never a valid solution. If there are legacy VMs that have problems we can include a more specific test for them here. */ } catch ( NoClassDefFoundError e ) { throw noClassDefFound( name, e ); } return c; } /** Get a resource URL using the BeanShell classpath @param path should be an absolute path */ public URL getResource( String path ) { if ( externalClassLoader != null ) { // classloader wants no leading slash return externalClassLoader.getResource( path.substring(1) ); } else return Interpreter.class.getResource( path ); } /** Get a resource stream using the BeanShell classpath @param path should be an absolute path */ public InputStream getResourceAsStream( String path ) { if ( externalClassLoader != null ) { // classloader wants no leading slash return externalClassLoader.getResourceAsStream( path.substring(1) ); } else return Interpreter.class.getResourceAsStream( path ); } /** Cache info about whether name is a class or not. @param value if value is non-null, cache the class if value is null, set the flag that it is *not* a class to speed later resolution */ public void cacheClassInfo( String name, Class value ) { if ( value != null ) absoluteClassCache.put( name, value ); else absoluteNonClasses.put( name, NOVALUE ); } /** Cache a resolved (possibly overloaded) method based on the argument types used to invoke it, subject to classloader change. Static and Object methods are cached separately to support fast lookup in the general case where either will do. */ public void cacheResolvedMethod( Class clas, Class [] types, Method method ) { if ( Interpreter.DEBUG ) Interpreter.debug( "cacheResolvedMethod putting: " + clas +" "+ method ); SignatureKey sk = new SignatureKey( clas, method.getName(), types ); if ( Modifier.isStatic( method.getModifiers() ) ) resolvedStaticMethods.put( sk, method ); else resolvedObjectMethods.put( sk, method ); } /** Return a previously cached resolved method. @param onlyStatic specifies that only a static method may be returned. @return the Method or null */ protected Method getResolvedMethod( Class clas, String methodName, Class [] types, boolean onlyStatic ) { SignatureKey sk = new SignatureKey( clas, methodName, types ); // Try static and then object, if allowed // Note that the Java compiler should not allow both. Method method = (Method)resolvedStaticMethods.get( sk ); if ( method == null && !onlyStatic) method = (Method)resolvedObjectMethods.get( sk ); if ( Interpreter.DEBUG ) { if ( method == null ) Interpreter.debug( "getResolvedMethod cache MISS: " + clas +" - "+methodName ); else Interpreter.debug( "getResolvedMethod cache HIT: " + clas +" - " +method ); } return method; } /** Clear the caches in BshClassManager @see public void #reset() for external usage */ protected void clearCaches() { absoluteNonClasses = new Hashtable(); absoluteClassCache = new Hashtable(); resolvedObjectMethods = new Hashtable(); resolvedStaticMethods = new Hashtable(); } /** Set an external class loader. BeanShell will use this at the same point it would otherwise use the plain Class.forName(). i.e. if no explicit classpath management is done from the script (addClassPath(), setClassPath(), reloadClasses()) then BeanShell will only use the supplied classloader. If additional classpath management is done then BeanShell will perform that in addition to the supplied external classloader. However BeanShell is not currently able to reload classes supplied through the external classloader. */ public void setClassLoader( ClassLoader externalCL ) { externalClassLoader = externalCL; classLoaderChanged(); } public void addClassPath( URL path ) throws IOException { } /** Clear all loaders and start over. No class loading. */ public void reset() { clearCaches(); } /** Set a new base classpath and create a new base classloader. This means all types change. */ public void setClassPath( URL [] cp ) throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } /** Overlay the entire path with a new class loader. Set the base path to the user path + base path. No point in including the boot class path (can't reload thos). */ public void reloadAllClasses() throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } /** Reloading classes means creating a new classloader and using it whenever we are asked for classes in the appropriate space. For this we use a DiscreteFilesClassLoader */ public void reloadClasses( String [] classNames ) throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } /** Reload all classes in the specified package: e.g. "" The special package name "" can be used to refer to unpackaged classes. */ public void reloadPackage( String pack ) throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } /** This has been removed from the interface to shield the core from the rest of the classpath package. If you need the classpath you will have to cast the classmanager to its impl. public BshClassPath getClassPath() throws ClassPathException; */ /** Support for "import *;" Hide details in here as opposed to NameSpace. */ protected void doSuperImport() throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } /** A "super import" ("import *") operation has been performed. */ protected boolean hasSuperImport() { return false; } /** Return the name or null if none is found, Throw an ClassPathException containing detail if name is ambigous. */ protected String getClassNameByUnqName( String name ) throws UtilEvalError { throw cmUnavailable(); } public void addListener( Listener l ) { } public void removeListener( Listener l ) { } public void dump( PrintWriter pw ) { pw.println("BshClassManager: no class manager."); } /** Flag the class name as being in the process of being defined. The class manager will not attempt to load it. */ /* Note: this implementation is temporary. We currently keep a flat namespace of the base name of classes. i.e. BeanShell cannot be in the process of defining two classes in different packages with the same base name. To remove this limitation requires that we work through namespace imports in an analogous (or using the same path) as regular class import resolution. This workaround should handle most cases so we'll try it for now. */ protected void definingClass( String className ) { String baseName = Name.suffix(className,1); int i = baseName.indexOf("$"); if ( i != -1 ) baseName = baseName.substring(i+1); String cur = (String)definingClassesBaseNames.get( baseName ); if ( cur != null ) throw new InterpreterError("Defining class problem: "+className +": BeanShell cannot yet simultaneously define two or more " +"dependant classes of the same name. Attempt to define: " + className +" while defining: "+cur ); definingClasses.put( className, NOVALUE ); definingClassesBaseNames.put( baseName, className ); } protected boolean isClassBeingDefined( String className ) { return definingClasses.get( className ) != null; } /** This method is a temporary workaround used with definingClass. It is to be removed at some point. */ protected String getClassBeingDefined( String className ) { String baseName = Name.suffix(className,1); return (String)definingClassesBaseNames.get( baseName ); } /** Indicate that the specified class name has been defined and may be loaded normally. */ protected void doneDefiningClass( String className ) { String baseName = Name.suffix(className,1); definingClasses.remove( className ); definingClassesBaseNames.remove( baseName ); } /* Issues to resolve here... 1) In which classloader should we define the class? if there is a BshClassLoader should we define it there? 2) should we use reflection to set it in a non-bsh classloader if there is one or should we always create a bsh classloader (and expose its defineClass)? */ public Class defineClass( String name, byte [] code ) { ClassLoader cl = this.getClass().getClassLoader(); Class clas; try { clas = (Class)Reflect.invokeObjectMethod( cl, "defineClass", new Object [] { name, code, new Primitive( (int)0 )/*offset*/, new Primitive( code.length )/*len*/ }, (Interpreter)null, (CallStack)null, (SimpleNode)null ); } catch ( Exception e ) { e.printStackTrace(); throw new InterpreterError("Unable to define class: "+ e ); } absoluteNonClasses.remove( name ); // may have been axed previously return clas; } protected void classLoaderChanged() { } /** Annotate the NoClassDefFoundError with some info about the class we were trying to load. */ protected static Error noClassDefFound( String className, Error e ) { return new NoClassDefFoundError( "A class required by class: "+className +" could not be loaded:\n" +e.toString() ); } protected static UtilEvalError cmUnavailable() { return new Capabilities.Unavailable( "ClassLoading features unavailable."); } public static interface Listener { public void classLoaderChanged(); } /** SignatureKey serves as a hash of a method signature on a class for fast lookup of overloaded and general resolved Java methods.

*/ /* Note: is using SignatureKey in this way dangerous? In the pathological case a user could eat up memory caching every possible combination of argument types to an untyped method. Maybe we could be smarter about it by ignoring the types of untyped parameter positions? The method resolver could return a set of "hints" for the signature key caching? There is also the overhead of creating one of these for every method dispatched. What is the alternative? */ static class SignatureKey { Class clas; Class [] types; String methodName; int hashCode = 0; SignatureKey( Class clas, String methodName, Class [] types ) { this.clas = clas; this.methodName = methodName; this.types = types; } public int hashCode() { if ( hashCode == 0 ) { hashCode = clas.hashCode() * methodName.hashCode(); if ( types == null ) // no args method return hashCode; for( int i =0; i < types.length; i++ ) { int hc = types[i] == null ? 21 : types[i].hashCode(); hashCode = hashCode*(i+1) + hc; } } return hashCode; } public boolean equals( Object o ) { SignatureKey target = (SignatureKey)o; if ( types == null ) return target.types == null; if ( clas != target.clas ) return false; if ( !methodName.equals( target.methodName ) ) return false; if ( types.length != target.types.length ) return false; for( int i =0; i< types.length; i++ ) { if ( types[i]==null ) { if ( !(target.types[i]==null) ) return false; } else if ( !types[i].equals( target.types[i] ) ) return false; } return true; } } }

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