The jsinterop generator is a java program that takes closure extern files as input and generates Java classes annotated with JsInterop annotations.
Run with Bazel
If your project use Bazel. You can use the skylark rule
jsinterop_generator to generate java code.
You need to add this repository as an external dependency in your
new_http_archive( name = "com_google_jsinterop_generator", url="https://github.com/google/jsinterop-generator/archive/master.zip", strip_prefix="jsinterop-generator-master", )
and then define a
jsinterop_generator target in your 'BUILD' file
load("@com_google_jsinterop_generator//:jsinterop_generator.bzl", "jsinterop_generator") jsinterop_generator( name = "my_thirdparty_lib", srcs = ["my_externs.js"], )
You can now directly depend on
:my_thirdparty_lib target in your
java_library rules or build the jar files with
bazel build //path/to/your/BUILD/file/directory:my_thirdparty_lib.
The jar files with the generated source will created in
Run as a standalone java program
Build the generator from source
You need to install Bazel.
clone this repository with git:
git clone https://github.com/google/jsinterop-generator.git
Inside the repository, have bazel build the jar file:
$ bazel build //java/jsinterop/generator/closure:ClosureJsinteropGenerator_deploy.jar
The generated jar file can be found at
Or download the generator
TODO(dramaix): provides link to download the generator.
Run the generator
Now you have the jar file, just invoke
java -jar /path/to/ClosureJsinteropGenerator_deploy.jar [options] externs_file...
List of required
|--output file||Path to the jar file that will contain the generated java classes|
|--output_dependency_file file||Path to the dependency file generated by the generator.|
|--package_prefix string||Prefix used when we build the java package|
|--extension_type_prefix string||Value used for prefixing extension types. It's a good practice to pass the name of the library in upper camel case.|
Please refer to the contributing document.
Please refer to the license file.
This is not an official Google product.