Class JavaCompilerArgs

Direct Known Subclasses:

public class JavaCompilerArgs extends Object
A JavaCompilerArgs holds the arguments for a JavaCompiler.

Specific implementations of JavaCompiler may override setArgument methods to store arguments in a different fashion, or may throw UnsupportedOperationException to indicate that the compiler does not support that argument.

  • Constructor Details

    • JavaCompilerArgs

      public JavaCompilerArgs()
  • Method Details

    • clear

      public void clear()
    • setString

      public void setString(String args)
      Sets the arguments by parsing a standard java argument string.

      A typical such string is "-classpath classpath -d dir -verbose [file...]"

    • setStringArray

      public void setStringArray(String[] args)
      Sets the arguments by parsing a standard java argument string. A typical such string is "-classpath classpath -d dir -verbose [file...]"
    • getStringArray

      public String[] getStringArray()
    • addFile

      public void addFile(String fileName)
    • getFileNames

      public String[] getFileNames()
    • setVerbose

      public void setVerbose(boolean verbose)
    • setDestdir

      public void setDestdir(String destdir)
    • setClasspath

      public void setClasspath(String classpath)
    • setDebugInfo

      public void setDebugInfo(int i)
    • setSource

      public void setSource(String source, String fileName)
      Sets the source code (that is, the full java program, generally starting with something like "package;") and the file name.

      This method is optional. It only works if the compiler supports in-memory compilation. If this compiler does not return in-memory compilation (which the base class does not), supportsSetSource() returns false, and this method throws UnsupportedOperationException.

    • supportsSetSource

      public boolean supportsSetSource()
    • setFullClassName

      public void setFullClassName(String fullClassName)
    • setClassLoader

      public void setClassLoader(ClassLoader classLoader)
    • getClassLoader

      public ClassLoader getClassLoader()