DISCLAIMER: These notes are from the defunct k8 project which precedes SquirrelJME. The notes for SquirrelJME start on 2016/02/26! The k8 project was effectively a Java SE 8 operating system and as such all of the notes are in the context of that scope. That project is no longer my goal as SquirrelJME is the spiritual successor to it.
Dumping all of the classes in a nice format is going to be quite complex, I will need a WordWrapIndentWriter of sorts when lines extend beyond the max, this way all the output code will be neat and I do not have to worry about how to print wrapping stuff myself. I can do it afterwards, after writing all of the class information because a PrintWriter can wrap it.
Seems static inner classes are not part of any outer class, although technically they are not of any class (they are really outer level classes with access to some other class they reside inside of).
Actually, innerClasses() includes static and non-static ones, just that static ones are added to the top level list.
Seems with a missing LanguageVersion, the javadoc tool assumes ancient non- generic Java and strips generic information from sources.
Base class stuff and annotations are handled, for the most part. After finishing off the remaining bits of it, will need to move to fields and methods.
That pretty printer will be specifically for source code, and should be able to extend JavaDoc comments, and do a bunch of other things.
Kind of feels like I am missing something I do not know about. What I need to handle are constructors and annotation specific stuff. Also need to do imports. The actual import stuff is going to be fun though.
Most of it is complete, just need to do constructors then import statements. Those import statements will be a bit complex though. Also another thing is that I will have to write that special writer for output cleaner source code to fit within my 79 line limit. It has to be smart, but it would not require insane processing. Methods for example, arguments use commas to split and they are not used anywhere else. That is just a small hint. One major thing I forgot was variable arguments, how could I forget that.
Well, I programmed this all day. Still need to do constructors and imports, but I did clean up a few things (like primitive values and such).
Seems defaults are before abstracts in interfaces, cannot seem to fix it but I suppose it is a good order so to speak.