large Class.forName() patch
jbaker at cs.utah.edu
Mon Jan 31 12:40:23 PST 2000
Archie Cobbs <archie at whistle.com> writes:
> Jason Baker writes:
> > > #define INTEGER_PRIMITIVE_CLASS "I"
> > >
> > > and use INTEGER_PRIMITIVE_CLASS instead of "int".. would this work?
> > No, its even worse, since a class in the anonymous package is alot
> > more likely to be called "I" than "int". We can use "I" only where a
> > class would be L<path>;.
> Good point.. what about
> #define INTEGER_PRIMITIVE_CLASS ";I"
> #define BOOLEAN_PRIMITIVE_CLASS ";Z"
That works, but why are we looking up primitve types by name anyway?
nephi(14) find . -type f -print | xargs grep '"int"'
./developers/fixup.c: addSymbol("_Jv_intClass", CLASS, "int", "", "");
./kaffe/kaffevm/itypes.c: * Note that a user-defined "class int" is impossible cause "int"
./kaffe/kaffevm/itypes.c: initPrimClass(&intClass, "int", 'I', 4);
./libraries/javalib/java/lang/Integer.java: final public static Class TYPE = Class.getPrimitiveClass("int");
getPrimitveClass does not look up types by name, so the only problem
is in developers/fixup.c. Why can't it just translate _Jv_intClass to
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