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8065570: (bf spec) ByteBuffer.slice() should make it clear that the initial order is BIG_ENDIAN Summary: Refine documentation of allocate*(), wrap(), slice(), duplicate(), asReadOnlyBuffer(), and as{Type}Buffer() to explcitly state the byte order of the created buffer. Reviewed-by: alanb
author bpb
date Wed, 15 Jul 2015 10:43:07 -0700
children db250cfb765a
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/* Type-specific source code for unit test
 * Regenerate the OrderX classes via whenever this file changes.
 * We check in the generated source files so that the test tree can be used
 * independently of the rest of the source tree.

#warn This file is preprocessed before being compiled

import java.nio.*;

public class Order$Type$ extends Order {
    private static void ck$Type$Buffer($Type$Buffer buf, ByteOrder expected) {
        ck(buf.asReadOnlyBuffer().order(), expected);
        ck(buf.duplicate().order(), expected);
        ck(buf.slice().order(), expected);

    static void ck$Type$Buffer() {
        $type$[] array = new $type$[LENGTH];
        $Type$Buffer buf = $Type$Buffer.wrap(array);
        ck(buf.order(), nord);
        ck$Type$Buffer(buf, nord);

        buf = $Type$Buffer.wrap(array, LENGTH/2, LENGTH/2);
        ck(buf.order(), nord);
        ck$Type$Buffer(buf, nord);

        buf = $Type$Buffer.allocate(LENGTH);
        ck(buf.order(), nord);
        ck$Type$Buffer(buf, nord);

        ck$Type$Buffer(ByteBuffer.allocate(LENGTH).as$Type$Buffer(), be);
        ck$Type$Buffer(ByteBuffer.allocateDirect(LENGTH).as$Type$Buffer(), be);