Class Reverse

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.lang.Cloneable, java.util.Comparator<Resource>

    public class Reverse
    extends ResourceComparator
    Reverses another ResourceComparator. If no nested ResourceComparator is supplied, the compared Resources' natural order will be reversed.
    Ant 1.7
    • Constructor Detail

      • Reverse

        public Reverse()
        Default constructor.
      • Reverse

        public Reverse​(ResourceComparator c)
        Construct a new Reverse, supplying the ResourceComparator to be reversed.
        c - the ResourceComparator to reverse.
    • Method Detail

      • add

        public void add​(ResourceComparator c)
        Add the ResourceComparator to reverse.
        c - the ResourceComparator to add.
      • resourceCompare

        protected int resourceCompare​(Resource foo,
                                      Resource bar)
        Compare two Resources.
        Specified by:
        resourceCompare in class ResourceComparator
        foo - the first Resource.
        bar - the second Resource.
        a negative integer, zero, or a positive integer as the first argument is greater than, equal to, or less than the second.
      • dieOnCircularReference

        protected void dieOnCircularReference​(java.util.Stack<java.lang.Object> stk,
                                              Project p)
                                       throws BuildException
        Description copied from class: DataType
        Check to see whether any DataType we hold references to is included in the Stack (which holds all DataType instances that directly or indirectly reference this instance, including this instance itself).

        If one is included, throw a BuildException created by circularReference.

        This implementation is appropriate only for a DataType that cannot hold other DataTypes as children.

        The general contract of this method is that it shouldn't do anything if DataType.checked is true and set it to true on exit.

        dieOnCircularReference in class DataType
        stk - the stack of references to check.
        p - the project to use to dereference the references.
        BuildException - on error.