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.


I believe I am going to go back to the old source extractor, it was a bit ugly but it works, I just need a new way to name things, classes based on locality and such.


Rewrote then name stuff to be a bit more specific so to speak. I will have to redo the imports slightly and perform some abiguity detection so stuff like SQL Date and util Date does not collide.


The name based references may work, I just need to process all of the source code to see if it actually does. I have not fixed the constructor issues however. I believe what I need to do for that, is have a private and a package private level. That is if there are no public or protected constructors, count the number of private and package privates ones. If there is at least one package private one create the implicit lone constructor as package private. However, if there are no constructors then nothing is to be done at all (because then it can just be new out of nowhere). There has to be some bridging though, for constructors so I will have to store class stuff when I need it, a map of classes to solve the constructor fun. Would also work for the constructor and throw blank argument stuff, as that could refer to some missing constructor.


All of these classes take up tons of space, incomplete stripping and it is already 3,387KiB. Makes me wonder about the blank documentation that is there, perhaps instead of including it I can just not include it. Anything that is not documented would be indicated in missing JavaDoc stuff. Another thing I need to do is, if a class implements a package private class then drop it. If it extends off one, then use that ones super class until it is no longer package private. Also need to fix imports of inner classes it seems (it tries to import an inner class which is static).


The SQL date stuff works fine.


The generated code is much lighter when the JavaDoc stuff has been stripped from it.