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8142968: Module System implementation Summary: Initial integration of JEP 200, JEP 260, JEP 261, and JEP 282 Reviewed-by: jjg, jlahoda, vromero, mcimadamore, bpatel, ksrini, darcy, anazarov, dfuchs Contributed-by: alan.bateman@oracle.com, alex.buckley@oracle.com, jonathan.gibbons@oracle.com, karen.kinnear@oracle.com, mandy.chung@oracle.com, mark.reinhold@oracle.com, jan.lahoda@oracle.com, vicente.romero@oracle.com, andreas.lundblad@oracle.com, andrey.x.nazarov@oracle.com, chris.hegarty@oracle.com, erik.joelsson@oracle.com, kumar.x.srinivasan@oracle.com, sundararajan.athijegannathan@oracle.com
author alanb
date Thu, 17 Mar 2016 19:04:28 +0000
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<project name="langtools-netbeans" default="build" basedir="../../..">

    <property name="langtools.properties"
        location="make/netbeans/langtools/nbproject/private/langtools.properties"/>

    <!--
        Instead of importing the main build file, we could call it when needed.
        That would reduce the list of Ant targets that get displayed for this
        file, but it also complicates the interface between the project build
        file and the main build file. For example, some imported targets
        would have to be reclared, properties would have to be restructured,
        and it would be harder to run results (e.g. in properties) from nested
        targets.
     -->
    <import file="../../build.xml"/>

    <!-- Build project. (action: build; F11) -->

    <!-- Compile a single file. (action: compile.single; F9) -->

    <target name="compile-single" depends="-get-tool-if-set,-check-langtools.jdk.home">
        <fail unless="includes">Must set property 'includes'</fail>
        <mkdir dir="${build.dir}/${module.name}/classes" />
        <javac fork="true" executable="${java.home}/bin/javac"
               srcdir="${basedir}/src/${module.name}/share/classes"
               destdir="${build.dir}/${module.name}/classes"
               includes="${includes}"
               sourcepath=""
               classpath="${langtools.classes}"
               includeAntRuntime="no"
               source="${javac.source}"
               target="${javac.target}"
               debug="${javac.debug}"
               debuglevel="${javac.debuglevel}">
        </javac>
    </target>

    <!-- Run tool. (action: run; F6)
        Use langtools.tool.name and langtools.tool.args properties if set; otherwise prompt
        the user.
    -->

    <target name="run" depends="-check-langtools.jdk.home,-build-classes,-def-run,-get-tool-and-args,-def-resolve-main-class"
            description="run tool">
        <echo level="info" message="Run ${langtools.tool.name} with args ${langtools.tool.args}"/>
        <resolve-main-class tool.name="${langtools.tool.name}" />
        <run mainclass="${langtools.main.class}" args="${langtools.tool.args}"/>
    </target>

    <target name="-def-resolve-main-class">
        <macrodef name="resolve-main-class">
          <attribute name="tool.name"/>
          <sequential>
            <condition property="langtools.main.class"
                    value="jdk.javadoc.internal.tool.Main"
                    else="${tool.@{tool.name}.main.class}">
                <equals arg1="${langtools.tool.name}" arg2="javadoc"/>
            </condition>
          </sequential>
        </macrodef>
    </target>

    <target name="-build-classes" depends="-get-tool-if-set,-build-classes-all" />
    <target name="-build-classes-all">
        <antcall target="build-all-classes"/>
    </target>

    <!-- Run a selected class. (action: run.single;  shift-F6) -->

    <target name="run-single" depends="-check-langtools.jdk.home,-def-run">
        <fail unless="run.classname">Must set property 'run.classname' </fail>
        <echo level="info" message="run ${run.classname}"/>
        <run mainclass="${run.classname}" args=""/>
    </target>

    <!-- Test project, and display results if tests failed. (action: test; Alt-F6)
        If langtools.tool.name is set, then just test that tool; otherwise
        test all tools.
    -->

    <target name="jtreg" depends="-get-tool-if-set,-jtreg-all"
        description="Test langtools tools"
        />

    <target name="-jtreg-all">
        <echo level="info" message="Testing all tools"/>
        <antcall>
            <target name="langtools.jtreg"/>
            <target name="-show-jtreg"/>
        </antcall>
    </target>

    <target name="-show-jtreg-single-detect" if="netbeans.home" unless="jtreg.passed">
        <dirname property="netbeans.jtreg.tests.dir.temp" file="${jtreg.report}/../work/${jtreg.tests}"/>
        <basename property="netbeans.jtreg.tests.basename.temp" file="${jtreg.tests}" suffix=".java"/>
        <property name="netbeans.jtreg.single.jtr" value="${netbeans.jtreg.tests.dir.temp}/${netbeans.jtreg.tests.basename.temp}.jtr"/>
        <condition property="netbeans.jtreg.single">
            <available file="${netbeans.jtreg.single.jtr}" />
        </condition>
        <condition property="netbeans.jtreg.multiple">
            <not>
                <available file="${netbeans.jtreg.single.jtr}" />
            </not>
        </condition>
    </target>

    <target name="-show-jtreg-single" if="netbeans.jtreg.single" depends="-show-jtreg-single-detect">
        <nbbrowse file="${netbeans.jtreg.single.jtr}"/>
        <fail>Some tests failed; see report for details.</fail>
    </target>

    <target name="-show-jtreg-multiple" if="netbeans.jtreg.multiple" depends="-show-jtreg-single-detect">
        <nbbrowse url="file://${jtreg.report}/html/report.html#Results"/>
        <fail>Some tests failed; see report for details.</fail>
    </target>

    <target name="-show-jtreg" depends="-show-jtreg-single-detect,-show-jtreg-single,-show-jtreg-multiple" />

    <!-- Debug tool in NetBeans. -->

    <target name="debug" depends="-check-langtools.jdk.home,-def-run,-def-start-debugger,-get-tool-and-args,-build-classes,-def-resolve-main-class" if="netbeans.home">
        <echo level="info" message="Debug ${langtools.tool.name} with args ${langtools.tool.args}"/>
        <start-debugger/>
        <resolve-main-class tool.name="${langtools.tool.name}" />
        <run mainclass="${langtools.main.class}" args="${langtools.tool.args}" jpda.jvmargs="${jpda.jvmargs}"/>
    </target>

    <!-- Debug a selected class . -->
    <target name="debug-single" depends="-check-langtools.jdk.home,-def-start-debugger,-def-run">
        <fail unless="debug.classname">Must set property 'debug.classname'</fail>
        <start-debugger/>
        <run mainclass="${debug.classname}" args="" jpda.jvmargs="${jpda.jvmargs}"/>
    </target>

    <!-- Debug a jtreg test. -->
    <target name="debug-jtreg" depends="-check-langtools.jdk.home,-def-start-debugger,-def-jtreg,-get-tool-if-set">
        <fail unless="jtreg.tests">Must set property 'jtreg.tests'</fail>
        <start-debugger/>
        <jtreg-tool name="debug"
                    tests="${jtreg.tests}"
                    jpda.jvmargs="${jpda.jvmargs}"/>
    </target>

    <!-- Update a class being debugged. -->

    <target name="debug-fix" depends="-get-tool-if-set">
        <fail unless="class">Must set property 'class'
        </fail>
        <antcall target="compile-single">
            <param name="includes" value="${class}.java"/>
        </antcall>
        <property name="build.classes.dir" value="${build.dir}/${module.name}/classes" />
        <nbjpdareload>
            <fileset dir="${build.classes.dir}">
                <include name="${class}.class"/>
            </fileset>
        </nbjpdareload>
    </target>

    <!-- Prompt for values. -->

    <target name="-get-tool-if-set" depends="-def-select-tool">
        <select-tool
            toolproperty="langtools.tool.name"
            propertyfile="${langtools.properties}"
            askIfUnset="false"
            />
    </target>

    <target name="-get-tool-and-args" depends="-def-select-tool">
        <select-tool
            toolproperty="langtools.tool.name"
            argsproperty="langtools.tool.args"
            propertyfile="${langtools.properties}"
            askIfUnset="true"
            />
    </target>

    <!-- Macro to run a tool or selected class - used by run* and debug* tasks -->
    <target name="-def-run">
        <macrodef name="run">
            <attribute name="mainclass"/>
            <attribute name="args" default=""/>
            <attribute name="build.modules" default="${build.modules}"/>
            <attribute name="jpda.jvmargs" default=""/>

            <sequential>
                <java fork="true" jvm="${langtools.jdk.home}/bin/java" classname="@{mainclass}">
                    <jvmarg line="-Xpatch:@{build.modules}"/>
                    <jvmarg line="@{jpda.jvmargs}"/>
                    <arg line="@{args}"/>
                </java>
            </sequential>
        </macrodef>
    </target>

    <!-- Macro to start the debugger and set a property containg the args needed by the run task -->
    <target name="-def-start-debugger" if="netbeans.home">
        <macrodef name="start-debugger">
            <attribute name="jpda.jvmargs.property" default="jpda.jvmargs"/>
            <sequential>
                <nbjpdastart name="${ant.project.name}" addressproperty="jpda.address" transport="dt_socket">
                    <bootclasspath>
                        <pathelement path="${langtools.classes}"/>
                    </bootclasspath>
                </nbjpdastart>
                <property
                    name="@{jpda.jvmargs.property}"
                    value="-Xdebug -Xnoagent -Djava.compiler=none -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,address=${jpda.address}"
                />
            </sequential>
        </macrodef>
    </target>

    <target name="-def-select-tool">
        <property name="build.toolclasses.dir" location="${build.dir}/toolclasses"/>
        <mkdir dir="${build.toolclasses.dir}"/>
        <javac srcdir="${make.tools.dir}"
               includes="anttasks/SelectTool*"
               destdir="${build.toolclasses.dir}/"
               classpath="${ant.core.lib}"
               includeantruntime="false"
               debug="${javac.debug}"
               debuglevel="${javac.debuglevel}">
                   <compilerarg line="-Xlint"/>
        </javac>
        <taskdef name="select-tool"
                 classname="anttasks.SelectToolTask"
                 classpath="${build.toolclasses.dir}/"/>
    </target>

    <target name="select-tool" depends="-def-select-tool">
        <select-tool propertyfile="${langtools.properties}"/>
    </target>
</project>