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(ns ^{:author "Stuart Halloway"
:added "1.3"
:doc "Reflection on Host Types
Alpha - subject to change.
Two main entry points:
* type-reflect reflects on something that implements TypeReference.
* reflect (for REPL use) reflects on the class of an instance, or
on a class if passed a class
Key features:
* Exposes the read side of reflection as pure data. Reflecting
on a type returns a map with keys :bases, :flags, and :members.
* Canonicalizes class names as Clojure symbols. Types can extend
to the TypeReference protocol to indicate that they can be
unambiguously resolved as a type name. The canonical format
requires one non-Java-ish convention: array brackets are <>
instead of [] so they can be part of a Clojure symbol.
* Pluggable Reflectors for different implementations. The default
JavaReflector is good when you have a class in hand, or use
the AsmReflector for \"hands off\" reflection without forcing
classes to load.
Platform implementers must:
* Create an implementation of Reflector.
* Create one or more implementations of TypeReference.
* def default-reflector to be an instance that satisfies Reflector."}
clojure.reflect
(:require [clojure.set :as set]))
(defprotocol Reflector
"Protocol for reflection implementers."
(do-reflect [reflector typeref]))
(defprotocol TypeReference
"A TypeReference can be unambiguously converted to a type name on
the host platform.
All typerefs are normalized into symbols. If you need to
normalize a typeref yourself, call typesym."
(typename [o] "Returns Java name as returned by ASM getClassName, e.g. byte[], java.lang.String[]"))
(declare default-reflector)
(defn type-reflect
"Alpha - subject to change.
Reflect on a typeref, returning a map with :bases, :flags, and
:members. In the discussion below, names are always Clojure symbols.
:bases a set of names of the type's bases
:flags a set of keywords naming the boolean attributes
of the type.
:members a set of the type's members. Each membrer is a map
and can be a constructor, method, or field.
Keys common to all members:
:name name of the type
:declaring-class name of the declarer
:flags keyword naming boolean attributes of the member
Keys specific to constructors:
:parameter-types vector of parameter type names
:exception-types vector of exception type names
Key specific to methods:
:parameter-types vector of parameter type names
:exception-types vector of exception type names
:return-type return type name
Keys specific to fields:
:type type name
Options:
:ancestors in addition to the keys described above, also
include an :ancestors key with the entire set of
ancestors, and add all ancestor members to
:members.
:reflector implementation to use. Defaults to JavaReflector,
AsmReflector is also an option."
{:added "1.3"}
[typeref & options]
(let [{:keys [ancestors reflector]}
(merge {:reflector default-reflector}
(apply hash-map options))
refl (partial do-reflect reflector)
result (refl typeref)]
;; could make simpler loop of two args: names an
(if ancestors
(let [make-ancestor-map (fn [names]
(zipmap names (map refl names)))]
(loop [reflections (make-ancestor-map (:bases result))]
(let [ancestors-visited (set (keys reflections))
ancestors-to-visit (set/difference (set (mapcat :bases (vals reflections)))
ancestors-visited)]
(if (seq ancestors-to-visit)
(recur (merge reflections (make-ancestor-map ancestors-to-visit)))
(apply merge-with into result {:ancestors ancestors-visited}
(map #(select-keys % [:members]) (vals reflections)))))))
result)))
(defn reflect
"Alpha - subject to change.
Reflect on the type of obj (or obj itself if obj is a class).
Return value and options are the same as for type-reflect. "
{:added "1.3"}
[obj & options]
(apply type-reflect (if (class? obj) obj (class obj)) options))
(load "reflect/java")
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