Class SightlyCompiler

  • public final class SightlyCompiler
    extends java.lang.Object

    The SightlyCompiler interprets a HTL script and transforms it internally into a CommandStream. The CommandStream can be fed to a BackendCompiler for transforming the stream into executable code, either by transpiling the commands to a JVM supported language or by directly executing them.

    • Constructor Detail

      • SightlyCompiler

        public SightlyCompiler()
    • Method Detail

      • withKnownExpressionOptions

        public static SightlyCompiler withKnownExpressionOptions​(@NotNull
                                                                 @NotNull java.util.Set<java.lang.String> options)

        Returns an instance of the SightlyCompiler with the provided options added to the list of known expression options.

        The compiler builds internally a set of allowed options from the options permitted by the expressions or plugins. As soon as an expression contains an unknown option the compiler logs a warning. Since the compiler works with dynamically registered RuntimeCalls, some of them can work with additional expression options, not known to the compiler.

        NOTE: The data-sly-template, data-sly-call, data-sly-use plugins allow arbitrary options which define parameters and do not generate warnings.

        options - the options to add to the compiler's set of known expression options
        an instance of the compiler