org.objectweb.asm.attrs
Class RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.objectweb.asm.Attribute
      extended by org.objectweb.asm.attrs.RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations
Direct Known Subclasses:
ASMRuntimeInvisibleAnnotations

public class RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations
extends Attribute

The RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute is similar to the RuntimeVisibleAnnotations attribute, except that the annotations represented by a RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute must not be made available for return by reflective APIs, unless the JVM has been instructed to retain these annotations via some implementation-specific mechanism such as a command line flag. In the absence of such instructions, the JVM ignores this attribute.

The RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute is a variable length attribute in the attributes table of the ClassFile, field_info, and method_info structures. The RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute records runtime-invisible Java programming language annotations on the corresponding class, method, or field. Each ClassFile, field_info, and method_info structure may contain at most one RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute, which records all the runtime-invisible Java programming language annotations on the corresponding program element.

The RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations attribute has the following format:

   RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations_attribute {
     u2 attribute_name_index;
     u4 attribute_length;
     u2 num_annotations;
     annotation annotations[num_annotations];
   }
 
The items of the RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations structure are as follows:
attribute_name_index
The value of the attribute_name_index item must be a valid index into the constant_pool table. The constant_pool entry at that index must be a CONSTANT_Utf8_info structure representing the string "RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations".
attribute_length
The value of the attribute_length item indicates the length of the attribute, excluding the initial six bytes. The value of the attribute_length item is thus dependent on the number of runtime-invisible annotations represented by the structure, and their values.
num_annotations
The value of the num_annotations item gives the number of runtime-invisible annotations represented by the structure. Note that a maximum of 65535 runtime-invisible Java programming language annotations may be directly attached to a program element.
annotations
Each value of the annotations table represents a single runtime-invisible annotation on a program element.

Author:
Eugene Kuleshov
See Also:
JSR 175 : A Metadata Facility for the Java Programming Language

Field Summary
 List annotations
          List of Annotation.
 
Fields inherited from class org.objectweb.asm.Attribute
next, type
 
Constructor Summary
RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations()
           
 
Method Summary
protected  Attribute read(ClassReader cr, int off, int len, char[] buf, int codeOff, Label[] labels)
          Reads a type attribute.
 String toString()
          Returns value in the format described in JSR-175 for Java source code.
protected  ByteVector write(ClassWriter cw, byte[] code, int len, int maxStack, int maxLocals)
          Returns the byte array form of this attribute.
 
Methods inherited from class org.objectweb.asm.Attribute
getLabels, isUnknown
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

annotations

public List annotations
List of Annotation.

Constructor Detail

RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations

public RuntimeInvisibleAnnotations()
Method Detail

read

protected Attribute read(ClassReader cr,
                         int off,
                         int len,
                         char[] buf,
                         int codeOff,
                         Label[] labels)
Description copied from class: Attribute
Reads a type attribute. This method must return a new Attribute object, of type type, corresponding to the len bytes starting at the given offset, in the given class reader.

Overrides:
read in class Attribute
Parameters:
cr - the class that contains the attribute to be read.
off - index of the first byte of the attribute's content in cr.b. The 6 attribute header bytes, containing the type and the length of the attribute, are not taken into account here.
len - the length of the attribute's content.
buf - buffer to be used to call readUTF8, readClass or readConst.
codeOff - index of the first byte of code's attribute content in cr.b, or -1 if the attribute to be read is not a code attribute. The 6 attribute header bytes, containing the type and the length of the attribute, are not taken into account here.
labels - the labels of the method's code, or null if the attribute to be read is not a code attribute.
Returns:
a new Attribute object corresponding to the given bytes.

write

protected ByteVector write(ClassWriter cw,
                           byte[] code,
                           int len,
                           int maxStack,
                           int maxLocals)
Description copied from class: Attribute
Returns the byte array form of this attribute.

Overrides:
write in class Attribute
Parameters:
cw - the class to which this attribute must be added. This parameter can be used to add to the constant pool of this class the items that corresponds to this attribute.
code - the bytecode of the method corresponding to this code attribute, or null if this attribute is not a code attributes.
len - the length of the bytecode of the method corresponding to this code attribute, or null if this attribute is not a code attribute.
maxStack - the maximum stack size of the method corresponding to this code attribute, or -1 if this attribute is not a code attribute.
maxLocals - the maximum number of local variables of the method corresponding to this code attribute, or -1 if this attribute is not a code attribute.
Returns:
the byte array form of this attribute.

toString

public String toString()
Returns value in the format described in JSR-175 for Java source code.

Overrides:
toString in class Object
Returns:
value in the format described in JSR-175 for Java source code.