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public interface: PathFileManager [javadoc | source]

All Implemented Interfaces:
    JavaFileManager

All Known Implementing Classes:
    JavacPathFileManager

File manager based on {@linkplain File java.nio.file.Path}. Eventually, this should be moved to javax.tools. Also, JavaCompiler might reasonably provide a method getPathFileManager, similar to getStandardFileManager . However, would need to be handled carefully as another forward reference from langtools to jdk.

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Method from com.sun.tools.javac.nio.PathFileManager Summary:
getDefaultFileSystem,   getJavaFileObjects,   getJavaFileObjectsFromPaths,   getLocation,   getPath,   setDefaultFileSystem,   setLocation
Method from com.sun.tools.javac.nio.PathFileManager Detail:
 public FileSystem getDefaultFileSystem()
    Get the default file system used to create paths. If no value has been set, the default file system is FileSystems#getDefault .
 public Iterable<JavaFileObject> getJavaFileObjects(Path paths)
    Get file objects representing the given paths. Convenience method equivalent to:
        getJavaFileObjectsFromPaths({@linkplain java.util.Arrays#asList Arrays.asList}(paths))
    
 public Iterable<JavaFileObject> getJavaFileObjectsFromPaths(Iterable<Path> paths)
    Get file objects representing the given files.
 public Iterable<Path> getLocation(Location location)
    Get the search path associated with the given location.
 public Path getPath(FileObject fo)
    Return the Path for a file object that has been obtained from this file manager.
 public  void setDefaultFileSystem(FileSystem fs)
    Set the default file system used to create paths.
 public  void setLocation(Location location,
    Iterable<Path> searchPath) throws IOException
    Associate the given search path with the given location. Any previous value will be discarded.