Class CompilerConfiguration


  • public class CompilerConfiguration
    extends Object
    Compilation control flags and coordination stuff.
    • Field Detail

      • INVOKEDYNAMIC

        public static final String INVOKEDYNAMIC
        This ("indy") is the Optimization Option value for enabling invokedynamic compilation.
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      • GROOVYDOC

        public static final String GROOVYDOC
        This ("groovydoc") is the Optimization Option value for enabling attaching groovydoc as AST node metadata.
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      • RUNTIME_GROOVYDOC

        public static final String RUNTIME_GROOVYDOC
        This ("runtimeGroovydoc") is the Optimization Option value for enabling attaching Groovydoc annotation
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      • MEM_STUB

        public static final String MEM_STUB
        This ("memStub") is the Joint Compilation Option value for enabling generating stubs in memory
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      • JDK4

        public static final String JDK4
        This ("1.4") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 1.4.
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      • JDK5

        public static final String JDK5
        This ("1.5") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 1.5.
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      • JDK6

        public static final String JDK6
        This ("1.6") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 1.6.
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      • JDK7

        public static final String JDK7
        This ("1.7") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 1.7.
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      • JDK8

        public static final String JDK8
        This ("1.8") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 1.8.
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      • JDK9

        public static final String JDK9
        This ("9") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 9.
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      • JDK10

        public static final String JDK10
        This ("10") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 10.
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      • JDK11

        public static final String JDK11
        This ("11") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 11.
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      • JDK12

        public static final String JDK12
        This ("12") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 12.
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      • JDK13

        public static final String JDK13
        This ("13") is the value for targetBytecode to compile for a JDK 13.
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      • POST_JDK5

        @Deprecated
        public static final String POST_JDK5
        Deprecated.
        This constant is for comparing targetBytecode to ensure it is set to JDK 1.5 or later.
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      • PRE_JDK5

        @Deprecated
        public static final String PRE_JDK5
        Deprecated.
        This constant is for comparing targetBytecode to ensure it is set to an earlier value than JDK 1.5.
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      • JDK_TO_BYTECODE_VERSION_MAP

        public static final Map<String,​Integer> JDK_TO_BYTECODE_VERSION_MAP
        JDK version to bytecode version mapping
      • ALLOWED_JDKS

        public static final String[] ALLOWED_JDKS
        An array of the valid targetBytecode values
      • DEFAULT_SOURCE_ENCODING

        public static final String DEFAULT_SOURCE_ENCODING
        The default source encoding
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      • DEFAULT

        public static final CompilerConfiguration DEFAULT
        A convenience for getting a default configuration. Do not modify it! See CompilerConfiguration(Properties) for an example on how to make a suitable copy to modify. But if you're really starting from a default context, then you probably just want new CompilerConfiguration().
    • Constructor Detail

      • CompilerConfiguration

        public CompilerConfiguration​(CompilerConfiguration configuration)
        Copy constructor. Use this if you have a mostly correct configuration for your compilation but you want to make a some changes programmatically. An important reason to prefer this approach is that your code will most likely be forward compatible with future changes to this configuration API.

        An example of this copy constructor at work:

         // In all likelihood there is already a configuration in your code's context
         // for you to copy, but for the sake of this example we'll use the global default.
         CompilerConfiguration myConfiguration = new CompilerConfiguration(CompilerConfiguration.DEFAULT);
         myConfiguration.setDebug(true);
         
        Parameters:
        configuration - The configuration to copy.
      • CompilerConfiguration

        public CompilerConfiguration​(Properties configuration)
                              throws ConfigurationException
        Sets the configuration flags/settings according to values from the supplied Properties instance or if not found, supplying a default value. Note that unlike CompilerConfiguration(), the "defaults" here do not in general include checking the settings in System.getProperties(). If you want to set a few flags but keep Groovy's default configuration behavior then be sure to make your settings in a Properties object that is backed by System.getProperties() (which is done using this constructor). That might be done like this:
         Properties myProperties = new Properties(System.getProperties());
         myProperties.setProperty("groovy.output.debug", "true");
         myConfiguration = new CompilerConfiguration(myProperties);
         
        And you also have to contend with a possible SecurityException when getting the system properties (See System.getProperties()). A safer approach would be to copy a default CompilerConfiguration and make your changes there using the setter:
         // In all likelihood there is already a configuration for you to copy,
         // but for the sake of this example we'll use the global default.
         CompilerConfiguration myConfiguration = new CompilerConfiguration(CompilerConfiguration.DEFAULT);
         myConfiguration.setDebug(true);
         
        The following properties are referenced when setting the configuration:
        Property KeyRelated Property Getter
        groovy.warningsgetWarningLevel()
        groovy.source.encoding (defaulting to file.encoding)getSourceEncoding()
        groovy.target.directorygetTargetDirectory()
        groovy.target.bytecodegetTargetBytecode()
        groovy.parametersgetParameters()
        groovy.preview.featuresisPreviewFeatures()
        groovy.classpathgetClasspath()
        groovy.output.verbosegetVerbose()
        groovy.output.debuggetDebug()
        groovy.errors.tolerancegetTolerance()
        groovy.default.scriptExtensiongetDefaultScriptExtension()
        groovy.script.basegetScriptBaseClass()
        groovy.recompilegetRecompileGroovySource()
        groovy.recompile.minimumIntervalgetMinimumRecompilationInterval()
        groovy.disabled.global.ast.transformationsgetDisabledGlobalASTTransformations()
        Parameters:
        configuration - The properties to get flag values from.
        Throws:
        ConfigurationException
    • Method Detail

      • isPostJDK5

        public static boolean isPostJDK5​(String bytecodeVersion)
        Checks if the specified bytecode version string represents a JDK 1.5+ compatible bytecode version.
        Parameters:
        bytecodeVersion - The parameter can take one of the values in ALLOWED_JDKS.
        Returns:
        true if the bytecode version is JDK 1.5+
      • isPostJDK7

        public static boolean isPostJDK7​(String bytecodeVersion)
        Checks if the specified bytecode version string represents a JDK 1.7+ compatible bytecode version.
        Parameters:
        bytecodeVersion - The parameter can take one of the values in ALLOWED_JDKS.
        Returns:
        true if the bytecode version is JDK 1.7+
      • isPostJDK8

        public static boolean isPostJDK8​(String bytecodeVersion)
        Checks if the specified bytecode version string represents a JDK 1.8+ compatible bytecode version.
        Parameters:
        bytecodeVersion - The parameter can take one of the values in ALLOWED_JDKS.
        Returns:
        true if the bytecode version is JDK 1.8+
      • isPostJDK9

        public static boolean isPostJDK9​(String bytecodeVersion)
        Checks if the specified bytecode version string represents a JDK 1.8+ compatible bytecode version.
        Parameters:
        bytecodeVersion - The parameter can take one of the values in ALLOWED_JDKS.
        Returns:
        true if the bytecode version is JDK 9.0+
      • getWarningLevel

        public int getWarningLevel()
        Gets the currently configured warning level. See WarningMessage for level details.
      • setWarningLevel

        public void setWarningLevel​(int level)
        Sets the warning level. See WarningMessage for level details.
      • getSourceEncoding

        public String getSourceEncoding()
        Gets the currently configured source file encoding.
      • setSourceEncoding

        public void setSourceEncoding​(String encoding)
        Sets the encoding to be used when reading source files.
      • getOutput

        @Deprecated
        public PrintWriter getOutput()
        Deprecated.
        not used anymore
        Gets the currently configured output writer.
      • setOutput

        @Deprecated
        public void setOutput​(PrintWriter output)
        Deprecated.
        not used anymore, has no effect
        Sets the output writer.
      • getTargetDirectory

        public File getTargetDirectory()
        Gets the target directory for writing classes.
      • setTargetDirectory

        public void setTargetDirectory​(String directory)
        Sets the target directory.
      • setTargetDirectory

        public void setTargetDirectory​(File directory)
        Sets the target directory.
      • getClasspath

        public List<String> getClasspath()
        Returns:
        the classpath
      • setClasspath

        public void setClasspath​(String classpath)
        Sets the classpath.
      • setClasspathList

        public void setClasspathList​(List<String> parts)
        sets the classpath using a list of Strings
        Parameters:
        parts - list of strings containing the classpath parts
      • getVerbose

        public boolean getVerbose()
        Returns true if verbose operation has been requested.
      • setVerbose

        public void setVerbose​(boolean verbose)
        Turns verbose operation on or off.
      • getDebug

        public boolean getDebug()
        Returns true if debugging operation has been requested.
      • setDebug

        public void setDebug​(boolean debug)
        Turns debugging operation on or off.
      • getParameters

        public boolean getParameters()
        Returns true if parameter metadata generation has been enabled.
      • setParameters

        public void setParameters​(boolean parameters)
        Turns parameter metadata generation on or off.
      • getTolerance

        public int getTolerance()
        Returns the requested error tolerance.
      • setTolerance

        public void setTolerance​(int tolerance)
        Sets the error tolerance, which is the number of non-fatal errors (per unit) that should be tolerated before compilation is aborted.
      • getScriptBaseClass

        public String getScriptBaseClass()
        Gets the name of the base class for scripts. It must be a subclass of Script.
      • setScriptBaseClass

        public void setScriptBaseClass​(String scriptBaseClass)
        Sets the name of the base class for scripts. It must be a subclass of Script.
      • setScriptExtensions

        public void setScriptExtensions​(Set<String> scriptExtensions)
      • getScriptExtensions

        public Set<String> getScriptExtensions()
      • getDefaultScriptExtension

        public String getDefaultScriptExtension()
      • setDefaultScriptExtension

        public void setDefaultScriptExtension​(String defaultScriptExtension)
      • setRecompileGroovySource

        public void setRecompileGroovySource​(boolean recompile)
      • getRecompileGroovySource

        public boolean getRecompileGroovySource()
      • setMinimumRecompilationInterval

        public void setMinimumRecompilationInterval​(int time)
      • getMinimumRecompilationInterval

        public int getMinimumRecompilationInterval()
      • setTargetBytecode

        public void setTargetBytecode​(String version)
        Allow setting the bytecode compatibility level. The parameter can take one of the values in ALLOWED_JDKS.
        Parameters:
        version - the bytecode compatibility level
      • getTargetBytecode

        public String getTargetBytecode()
        Retrieves the compiler bytecode compatibility level. Defaults to the minimum officially supported bytecode version for any particular Groovy version.
        Returns:
        bytecode compatibility level
      • isPreviewFeatures

        public boolean isPreviewFeatures()
        Whether the bytecode version has preview features enabled (JEP 12)
        Returns:
        preview features
      • setPreviewFeatures

        public void setPreviewFeatures​(boolean previewFeatures)
        Sets whether the bytecode version has preview features enabled (JEP 12).
        Parameters:
        previewFeatures - whether to support preview features
      • getJointCompilationOptions

        public Map<String,​Object> getJointCompilationOptions()
        Gets the joint compilation options for this configuration.
        Returns:
        the options
      • setJointCompilationOptions

        public void setJointCompilationOptions​(Map<String,​Object> options)
        Sets the joint compilation options for this configuration. Using null will disable joint compilation.
        Parameters:
        options - the options
      • getOptimizationOptions

        public Map<String,​Boolean> getOptimizationOptions()
        Gets the optimization options for this configuration.
        Returns:
        the options (always not null)
      • setOptimizationOptions

        public void setOptimizationOptions​(Map<String,​Boolean> options)
        Sets the optimization options for this configuration. No entry or a true for that entry means to enable that optimization, a false means the optimization is disabled. Valid keys are "all" and "int".
        Parameters:
        options - the options.
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if the options are null
      • addCompilationCustomizers

        public CompilerConfiguration addCompilationCustomizers​(CompilationCustomizer... customizers)
        Adds compilation customizers to the compilation process. A compilation customizer is a class node operation which performs various operations going from adding imports to access control.
        Parameters:
        customizers - the list of customizers to be added
        Returns:
        this configuration instance
      • getCompilationCustomizers

        public List<CompilationCustomizer> getCompilationCustomizers()
        Returns the list of compilation customizers.
        Returns:
        the customizers (always not null)
      • getDisabledGlobalASTTransformations

        public Set<String> getDisabledGlobalASTTransformations()
        Returns the list of disabled global AST transformation class names.
        Returns:
        a list of global AST transformation fully qualified class names
      • setDisabledGlobalASTTransformations

        public void setDisabledGlobalASTTransformations​(Set<String> disabledGlobalASTTransformations)
        Disables the specified global AST transformations. In order to avoid class loading side effects, it is not recommended to use MyASTTransformation.class.getName() but instead directly use the class name as a string. Disabled AST transformations only apply to automatically loaded global AST transformations, that is to say transformations defined in a META-INF/services/org.codehaus.groovy.transform.ASTTransformation file. If you explicitly add a global AST transformation in your compilation process, for example using the ASTTransformationCustomizer or using a CompilationUnit.PrimaryClassNodeOperation, then nothing will prevent the transformation from being loaded.
        Parameters:
        disabledGlobalASTTransformations - a set of fully qualified class names of global AST transformations which should not be loaded.
      • setBytecodePostprocessor

        public void setBytecodePostprocessor​(BytecodeProcessor bytecodePostprocessor)
      • setParserVersion

        public void setParserVersion​(ParserVersion parserVersion)
      • isIndyEnabled

        public boolean isIndyEnabled()
        Check whether invoke dynamic enabled
        Returns:
        the result
      • isGroovydocEnabled

        public boolean isGroovydocEnabled()
        Check whether groovydoc enabled
        Returns:
        the result
      • isRuntimeGroovydocEnabled

        public boolean isRuntimeGroovydocEnabled()
        Check whether runtime groovydoc enabled
        Returns:
        the result
      • isMemStubEnabled

        public boolean isMemStubEnabled()
        Check whether mem stub enabled
        Returns:
        the result