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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.ui.jarpackager
Class JarWriter3

java.lang.Object
  extended by 
org.eclipse.jdt.ui.jarpackager.JarWriter3

public class JarWriter3
extends Object

Creates a JAR file for the given JAR package data.

Clients may subclass.

Since:
3.2
See Also:
JarPackageData

Constructor Summary
JarWriter3 ( JarPackageData jarPackage, Shell parent)
          Creates an instance which is used to create a JAR based on the given JarPackage.
 
Method Summary
protected  void addDirectories ( IPath destinationPath)
          Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.
protected  void addDirectories ( IResource resource, IPath destinationPath)
          Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.
protected  void addDirectories ( String destPath)
          Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.
protected  void addEntry ( JarEntry entry, InputStream content)
          Write the given entry describing the given content to the current archive
protected  void addFile ( IFile resource, IPath path)
          Creates a new JarEntry with the passed path and contents, and writes it to the current archive.
protected  boolean canCreateJar ( Shell parent)
          Checks if the JAR file can be overwritten.
 void close ()
          Closes the archive and does all required cleanup.
 void write ( IFile resource, IPath destinationPath)
          Writes the passed resource to the current archive.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang. Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

JarWriter3

public JarWriter3(
JarPackageData jarPackage,
                  
Shell parent)
           throws 
CoreException
Creates an instance which is used to create a JAR based on the given JarPackage.

Parameters:
jarPackage - the JAR specification
parent - the shell used to display question dialogs, or null if "false/no/cancel" is the answer and no dialog should be shown
Throws:
CoreException - to signal any other unusual termination. This can also be used to return information in the status object.
Method Detail

addDirectories

protected void addDirectories(
IPath destinationPath)
                       throws 
IOException
Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.

Parameters:
destinationPath - the path to add
Throws:
IOException - if an I/O error has occurred

addDirectories

protected void addDirectories(
String destPath)
                       throws 
IOException
Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.

Parameters:
destPath - the path to add
Throws:
IOException - if an I/O error has occurred
Since:
3.5

addDirectories

protected void addDirectories(
IResource resource,
                              
IPath destinationPath)
                       throws 
IOException,
                              
CoreException
Creates the directory entries for the given path and writes it to the current archive.

Parameters:
resource - the resource for which the parent directories are to be added
destinationPath - the path to add
Throws:
IOException - if an I/O error has occurred
CoreException - if accessing the resource failes

addFile

protected void addFile(
IFile resource,
                       
IPath path)
                throws 
IOException,
                       
CoreException
Creates a new JarEntry with the passed path and contents, and writes it to the current archive.

Parameters:
resource - the file to write
path - the path inside the archive
Throws:
IOException - if an I/O error has occurred
CoreException - if the resource can-t be accessed

addEntry

protected void addEntry(
JarEntry entry,
                        
InputStream content)
                 throws 
IOException
Write the given entry describing the given content to the current archive

Parameters:
entry - the entry to write
content - the content to write
Throws:
IOException - If an I/O error occurred
Since:
3.4

canCreateJar

protected boolean canCreateJar(
Shell parent)
Checks if the JAR file can be overwritten. If the JAR package setting does not allow to overwrite the JAR then a dialog will ask the user again.

Parameters:
parent - the parent for the dialog, or null if no dialog should be presented
Returns:
true if it is OK to create the JAR

close

public void close()
           throws 
CoreException
Closes the archive and does all required cleanup.

Throws:
CoreException - to signal any other unusual termination. This can also be used to return information in the status object.

write

public void write(
IFile resource,
                  
IPath destinationPath)
           throws 
CoreException
Writes the passed resource to the current archive.

Parameters:
resource - the file to be written
destinationPath - the path for the file inside the archive
Throws:
CoreException - to signal any other unusual termination. This can also be used to return information in the status object.

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Copyright (c) IBM Corp. and others 2000, 2008. All Rights Reserved.

 
 
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