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8027536: rmic: add deprecation warning message when generating JRMP static stubs/skeletons Reviewed-by: mchung, dmocek
author smarks
date Fri, 13 Dec 2013 18:08:20 -0800
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# To add a generator sun.rmi.rmic.Foo which is invoked via the -foo option:
#
#   1. Add "foo" to generator.args list.
#   2. Add line: generator.class.foo=sun.rmi.rmic.Foo
#   3. Update rmic.usage string to include new arguments.

# For each available generator, list the command line argument used
# to invoke it.  The value can be a single item or a comma separated
# list.

generator.args=v1.1,vcompat,v1.2,iiop,idl,xprint

# For each generator, specify the class to invoke, using the following
# syntax:
#
#     generator.class.{arg}=fullClassName
#
# The 'default' entry is required and will be used if none of the args
# specified in generator.args is passed. Note that {arg} is compared
# using String.equalsIgnoreCase().

generator.class.default=sun.rmi.rmic.RMIGenerator

generator.class.v1.1=sun.rmi.rmic.RMIGenerator
generator.class.vcompat=sun.rmi.rmic.RMIGenerator
generator.class.v1.2=sun.rmi.rmic.RMIGenerator
generator.class.iiop=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.StubGenerator
generator.class.idl=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.IDLGenerator
generator.class.xprint=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.PrintGenerator

# If a generator needs a BatchEnvironment other than
# sun.rmi.rmic.BatchEnvironment, specify it as follows:
#
#     generator.env.{arg}=fullClassName

generator.env.iiop=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.BatchEnvironment
generator.env.idl=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.BatchEnvironment
generator.env.xprint=sun.rmi.rmic.iiop.BatchEnvironment

rmic.usage=Usage: {0} <options> <class names>\
\n\
\nwhere <options> includes:\
\n  -keep          Do not delete intermediate generated source files\
\n  -keepgenerated (same as "-keep")\
\n  -v1.1          Create stubs/skeletons for 1.1 stub protocol version (deprecated)\
\n  -vcompat       Create stubs/skeletons compatible with both\
\n                           1.1 and 1.2 stub protocol versions (deprecated)\
\n  -v1.2          (default) Create stubs for 1.2 stub protocol version only (deprecated)\
\n  -iiop          Create stubs for IIOP. When present, <options> also includes:\
\n\
\n                   -always           Create stubs even when they appear current\
\n                   -alwaysgenerate   (same as "-always")\
\n                   -nolocalstubs     Do not create stubs optimized for same process\
\n\
\n  -idl           Create IDL. When present, <options> also includes:\
\n\
\n                   -noValueMethods   Do not generate methods for valuetypes \
\n                   -always           Create IDL even when it appears current\
\n                   -alwaysgenerate   (same as "-always")\
\n\
\n  -g             Generate debugging info\
\n  -nowarn        Generate no warnings\
\n  -nowrite       Do not write compiled classes to the file system\
\n  -verbose       Output messages about what the compiler is doing\
\n  -classpath <path>      Specify where to find input class files\
\n  -bootclasspath <path>  Override location of bootstrap class files\
\n  -extdirs <path>        Override location of installed extensions\
\n  -d <directory>         Specify where to place generated class files\
\n  -J<runtime flag>       Pass argument to the java interpreter\
\n

#
# Generic Messages
#

rmic.cant.read=Can''t read: {0}
rmic.cant.write=Can''t write: {0}
rmic.option.unsupported=The {0} option is no longer supported.
rmic.option.unimplemented=The {0} option is not yet implemented.
rmic.option.already.seen=The {0} option may be specified no more than once.
rmic.option.requires.argument=The {0} option requires an argument.
rmic.no.such.directory=The {0} directory does not exist.
rmic.no.such.option={0} is an invalid option or argument.
rmic.wrote=[wrote {0}]
rmic.errors={0} errors
rmic.1error=1 error
rmic.warnings={0} warnings
rmic.1warning=1 warning
rmic.done_in=[done in {0} ms]
rmic.no.memory=\
	The compiler has run out of memory.  Consider using the "-J-Xmx<size>" command line option to increase the maximum heap size.
rmic.stack.overflow=\
	The compiler has run out of stack space.  Consider using the "-J-Xss<size>" command line option to increase the memory allocated for the Java stack.
rmic.class.not.found=\
	Class {0} not found.
rmic.missing.property=Missing property generator.class.{0}
rmic.cannot.instantiate=Cannot instantiate class {0}
rmic.cannot.use.both=Cannot use both {0} and {1}
rmic.resource.not.found={0} not found.
rmic.no.output.dir=\
	Cannot find suitable output directory for {0}. Use the -d option to specify a root directory.
rmic.cannot.create.dir=\
	Cannot create output directory {0}.

#
# JRMP Messages
#

rmic.cant.make.stubs.for.interface=\
	{0} is an interface; stubs are needed only for remote object classes.
rmic.must.implement.remote=\
	Class {0} does not implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; only remote objects need stubs and skeletons.
rmic.must.implement.remote.directly=\
	Stubs are only needed for classes that directly implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; class {0} does not directly implement a remote interface.
rmic.must.throw.remoteexception=\
	{0} is not a valid remote interface: method {1} must throw java.rmi.RemoteException.
rmic.must.only.throw.exception=\
	Method {0} is not a valid remote method implementation because it throws {1}; implementations of remote methods may only throw java.lang.Exception or its subclasses.
warn.rmic.tie.found=\
	An IIOP "tie" exists for class {0}:\
	\n  {1}\
	\nIf you use PortableRemoteObject.exportObject, you should remove this file; otherwise, your server object will be exported to IIOP rather than to JRMP.
rmic.jrmp.stubs.deprecated=\
	Warning: generation and use of skeletons and static stubs for JRMP\
	\nis deprecated. Skeletons are unnecessary, and static stubs have\
	\nbeen superseded by dynamically generated stubs. Users are\
	\nencouraged to migrate away from using {0} to generate skeletons and static\
	\nstubs. See the documentation for java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject.

#
# RMI-IIOP Messages
#

rmic.generated=[generated {0} in {1} ms]
rmic.previously.generated=[previously generated file {0} is current]
warn.rmic.member.not.mapped=\
    Data member {0} of class {1} was not mapped to IDL.

rmic.iiop.constraint.1=\
    {0} is not a valid interface: does not inherit from java.rmi.Remote.
rmic.iiop.constraint.2=\
    serialPersistentFields array of class {0} is invalid: references non-existent members.
rmic.iiop.constraint.3=\
    {0} is not a valid remote interface: {1} is not a valid primitive or String constant.
rmic.iiop.constraint.4=\
    {0} is not a valid value: serialPersistentFields must be private static final.
rmic.iiop.constraint.5=\
    {0} is not a valid remote interface: method {1} must throw RemoteException or a superclass of RemoteException.
rmic.iiop.constraint.6=\
    {0} is not a valid remote interface: inherited interfaces {1} both declare method {2}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.7=\
    {0} is not a valid type: {1} differ only in case.
rmic.iiop.constraint.8=\
    {0} is not a valid remote implementation: has no remote interfaces.
rmic.iiop.constraint.9=\
    serialPersistentFields array member {0} of class {1} is invalid: type does not match declared member.
rmic.iiop.constraint.10=\
    {0} is not a valid value: implements java.rmi.Remote.
rmic.iiop.constraint.11=\
    {0} is not a valid value: does not implement java.io.Serializable.
rmic.iiop.constraint.12=\
    {0} is not a valid value: invalid parent.
rmic.iiop.constraint.13=\
    {0} is not a valid interface: the idl name for method {1} conflicts with another method.
rmic.iiop.constraint.14=\
    {0} is not a valid abstract interface: not an interface.
rmic.iiop.constraint.15=\
    {0} is not a valid abstract interface: implements java.rmi.Remote.
rmic.iiop.constraint.16=\
    {0} is not a valid remote interface: not an interface.
rmic.iiop.constraint.17=\
    {0} is not a valid remote implementation: not a class.
rmic.iiop.constraint.18=\
    {0} is not a valid interface: method {1} may not pass an exception which implements org.omg.CORBA.portable.IDLEntity.
rmic.iiop.constraint.19=\
    {0} is not a valid interface: the idl name for constant {1} conflicts with another constant.
rmic.iiop.constraint.20=\
    {0} is not a valid class: the idl name for member {1} conflicts with another member.
rmic.iiop.constraint.21=\
    {0} is a remote implementation class and cannot be used as a method argument or return type in {1}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.22=\
    Internal failure: (Method) exception {0} not a class type.
rmic.iiop.constraint.23=\
    Internal failure: (Method) caught null pointer exception for {0}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.24=\
    Class {0} contains an invalid return type.
rmic.iiop.constraint.25=\
    Class {0} contains an invalid argument type in method {1}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.26=\
    Could not compile {0}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.27=\
    Could not load class {0}.
rmic.iiop.constraint.28=\
    {0} is a remote implementation class and cannot be used as a data member in {1}.