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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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// ciTypeArray
//
// This class represents a typeArrayOop in the HotSpot virtual
// machine.
class ciTypeArray : public ciArray {
  CI_PACKAGE_ACCESS

protected:
  ciTypeArray(typeArrayHandle h_t) : ciArray(h_t) {}

  ciTypeArray(ciKlass* klass, int len) : ciArray(klass, len) {}

  typeArrayOop get_typeArrayOop() {
    return (typeArrayOop)get_oop();
  }

  const char* type_string() { return "ciTypeArray"; }

public:
  // What kind of ciObject is this?
  bool is_type_array() { return true; }

  // Return character at index. This is only useful if the
  // compiler has already proved that the contents of the
  // array will never change.
  jchar char_at(int index);

};