Class Assertions

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.lang.Cloneable

    public class Assertions
    extends DataType
    implements java.lang.Cloneable
    The assertion datatype. This type describes assertion settings for the <java> task and others. One can set the system assertions, and enable/disable those in packages and classes. Assertions can only be enabled or disabled when forking Java. Example: set system assertions and all org.apache packages except for ant, and the class org.apache.tools.ant.Main.
     <assertions enableSystemAssertions="true" >
       <enable package="org.apache" />
       <disable package="org.apache.ant" />
       <enable class="org.apache.tools.ant.Main"/>
     </assertions>
    
    Disable system assertions; enable those in the anonymous package
     <assertions enableSystemAssertions="false" >
       <enable package="..." />
     </assertions>
     
    enable assertions in a class called Test
     <assertions >
       <enable class="Test" />
     </assertions>
     
    This type is a datatype, so you can declare assertions and use them later
     <assertions id="project.assertions" >
       <enable project="org.apache.test" />
     </assertions>
    
     <assertions refid="project.assertions" />
    
     
    Since:
    Ant 1.6
    • Constructor Detail

      • Assertions

        public Assertions()
    • Method Detail

      • addEnable

        public void addEnable​(Assertions.EnabledAssertion assertion)
        enable assertions
        Parameters:
        assertion - an enable assertion nested element
      • addDisable

        public void addDisable​(Assertions.DisabledAssertion assertion)
        disable assertions
        Parameters:
        assertion - a disable assertion nested element
      • setEnableSystemAssertions

        public void setEnableSystemAssertions​(java.lang.Boolean enableSystemAssertions)
        enable or disable system assertions. Default is not set (neither -enablesystemassertions or -disablesytemassertions are used on the command line).
        Parameters:
        enableSystemAssertions - if true enable system assertions
      • setRefid

        public void setRefid​(Reference ref)
        Set the value of the refid attribute.

        Subclasses may need to check whether any other attributes have been set as well or child elements have been created and thus override this method. if they do the must call super.setRefid.

        Overrides:
        setRefid in class DataType
        Parameters:
        ref - the reference to use
      • size

        public int size()
        how many assertions are made...will resolve references before returning
        Returns:
        total # of commands to make
      • applyAssertions

        public void applyAssertions​(java.util.List<java.lang.String> commandList)
        add the assertions to a list in a format suitable for adding to a command line
        Parameters:
        commandList - the command line to format
      • applyAssertions

        public void applyAssertions​(CommandlineJava command)
        apply all the assertions to the command.
        Parameters:
        command - the command line to format
      • applyAssertions

        public void applyAssertions​(java.util.ListIterator<java.lang.String> commandIterator)
        add the assertions to a list in a format suitable for adding to a command line
        Parameters:
        commandIterator - list of commands
      • clone

        public java.lang.Object clone()
                               throws java.lang.CloneNotSupportedException
        clone the objects. This is not a full depth clone; the list of assertions is cloned, but it does not clone the underlying assertions.
        Overrides:
        clone in class DataType
        Returns:
        a cli
        Throws:
        java.lang.CloneNotSupportedException - if the super class does not support cloning