org.apache.cocoon.maven.deployer.utils
Class WildcardHelper

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.cocoon.maven.deployer.utils.WildcardHelper

public class WildcardHelper
extends Object

This class is an utility class that perform wilcard-patterns matching and isolation. Copy from cocoon-core.

Version:
$Id: WildcardHelper.html 1351235 2012-06-18 08:41:39Z ilgrosso $

Field Summary
protected static int MATCH_BEGIN
          The int representing begin in the pattern int [].
protected static int MATCH_END
          The int value that terminates the pattern int [].
protected static int MATCH_FILE
          The int representing '*' in the pattern int [].
protected static int MATCH_PATH
          The int representing '**' in the pattern int [].
protected static int MATCH_THEEND
          The int representing end in pattern int [].
 
Constructor Summary
WildcardHelper()
           
 
Method Summary
static int[] compilePattern(String data)
          Translate the given String into a int [] representing the pattern matchable by this class.
protected static int indexOfArray(int[] r, int rpos, int rend, char[] d, int dpos)
          Get the offset of a part of an int array within a char array.
protected static int lastIndexOfArray(int[] r, int rpos, int rend, char[] d, int dpos)
          Get the offset of a last occurance of an int array within a char array.
static boolean match(HashMap map, String data, int[] expr)
          match a pattern agains a string and isolates wildcard replacement into a Stack.
protected static boolean matchArray(int[] r, int rpos, int rend, char[] d, int dpos)
          Matches elements of array r from rpos to rend with array d, starting from dpos.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

MATCH_FILE

protected static final int MATCH_FILE
The int representing '*' in the pattern int [].

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MATCH_PATH

protected static final int MATCH_PATH
The int representing '**' in the pattern int [].

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MATCH_BEGIN

protected static final int MATCH_BEGIN
The int representing begin in the pattern int [].

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MATCH_THEEND

protected static final int MATCH_THEEND
The int representing end in pattern int [].

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MATCH_END

protected static final int MATCH_END
The int value that terminates the pattern int [].

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Constructor Detail

WildcardHelper

public WildcardHelper()
Method Detail

compilePattern

public static int[] compilePattern(String data)
                            throws NullPointerException
Translate the given String into a int [] representing the pattern matchable by this class.
This function translates a String into an int array converting the special '*' and '\' characters.
Here is how the conversion algorithm works: When more than two '*' characters, not separated by another character, are found their value is considered as '**' (MATCH_PATH).
The array is always terminated by a special value (MATCH_END).
All MATCH* values are less than zero, while normal characters are equal or greater.

Parameters:
data - The string to translate.
Returns:
The encoded string as an int array, terminated by the MATCH_END value (don't consider the array length).
Throws:
NullPointerException - If data is null.

match

public static boolean match(HashMap map,
                            String data,
                            int[] expr)
                     throws NullPointerException
match a pattern agains a string and isolates wildcard replacement into a Stack.

Throws:
NullPointerException

indexOfArray

protected static int indexOfArray(int[] r,
                                  int rpos,
                                  int rend,
                                  char[] d,
                                  int dpos)
Get the offset of a part of an int array within a char array.
This method return the index in d of the first occurrence after dpos of that part of array specified by r, starting at rpos and terminating at rend.

Parameters:
r - The array containing the data that need to be matched in d.
rpos - The index of the first character in r to look for.
rend - The index of the last character in r to look for plus 1.
d - The array of char that should contain a part of r.
dpos - The starting offset in d for the matching.
Returns:
The offset in d of the part of r matched in d or -1 if that was not found.

lastIndexOfArray

protected static int lastIndexOfArray(int[] r,
                                      int rpos,
                                      int rend,
                                      char[] d,
                                      int dpos)
Get the offset of a last occurance of an int array within a char array.
This method return the index in d of the last occurrence after dpos of that part of array specified by r, starting at rpos and terminating at rend.

Parameters:
r - The array containing the data that need to be matched in d.
rpos - The index of the first character in r to look for.
rend - The index of the last character in r to look for plus 1.
d - The array of char that should contain a part of r.
dpos - The starting offset in d for the matching.
Returns:
The offset in d of the last part of r matched in d or -1 if that was not found.

matchArray

protected static boolean matchArray(int[] r,
                                    int rpos,
                                    int rend,
                                    char[] d,
                                    int dpos)
Matches elements of array r from rpos to rend with array d, starting from dpos.
This method return true if elements of array r from rpos to rend equals elements of array d starting from dpos to dpos+(rend-rpos).

Parameters:
r - The array containing the data that need to be matched in d.
rpos - The index of the first character in r to look for.
d - The array of char that should start from a part of r.
dpos - The starting offset in d for the matching.
Returns:
true if array d starts from portion of array r.


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