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6902182: 4/4 Starting with jdwp agent should not incur performance penalty Summary: Rename can_post_exceptions support to can_post_on_exceptions. Add support for should_post_on_exceptions flag to permit per JavaThread optimizations. Reviewed-by: never, kvn, dcubed Contributed-by: tom.deneau@amd.com
author dcubed
date Mon, 01 Feb 2010 17:35:05 -0700
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// ciConstantPoolCache
//
// The class caches indexed constant pool lookups.
//
// Usage note: this klass has nothing to do with constantPoolCacheOop.
class ciConstantPoolCache : public ResourceObj {
private:
  GrowableArray<intptr_t>*   _keys;
  GrowableArray<void*>* _elements;

  int find(int index);

public:
  ciConstantPoolCache(Arena* arena, int expected_size);

  // Get the element associated with some index.
  void* get(int index);

  // Associate an element with an index.
  void insert(int index, void* element);

  void print();
};