Class SoftCachingModuleScriptProvider

  • All Implemented Interfaces:, ModuleScriptProvider

    public class SoftCachingModuleScriptProvider
    extends CachingModuleScriptProviderBase
    A module script provider that uses a module source provider to load modules and caches the loaded modules. It softly references the loaded modules' Rhino Script objects, thus a module once loaded can become eligible for garbage collection if it is otherwise unused under memory pressure. Instances of this class are thread safe.
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    • Constructor Detail

      • SoftCachingModuleScriptProvider

        public SoftCachingModuleScriptProvider​(ModuleSourceProvider moduleSourceProvider)
        Creates a new module provider with the specified module source provider.
        moduleSourceProvider - provider for modules' source code
    • Method Detail

      • getModuleScript

        public ModuleScript getModuleScript​(Context cx,
                                            java.lang.String moduleId,
                                            Scriptable paths)
                                     throws java.lang.Exception
        Description copied from interface: ModuleScriptProvider
        Returns a module script. It should attempt to load the module script if it is not already available to it, or return an already loaded module script instance if it is available to it.
        Specified by:
        getModuleScript in interface ModuleScriptProvider
        getModuleScript in class CachingModuleScriptProviderBase
        cx - current context. Can be used to compile module scripts.
        moduleId - the ID of the module. An implementation must only accept an absolute ID, starting with a term.
        uri - the URI of the module. If this is not null, resolution of moduleId is bypassed and the script is directly loaded from moduleUri
        base - the module path base URI from which moduleUri was derived.
        paths - the value of the require() function's "paths" attribute. If the require() function is sandboxed, it will be null, otherwise it will be a JavaScript Array object. It is up to the provider implementation whether and how it wants to honor the contents of the array.
        a module script representing the compiled code of the module. Null should be returned if the script could not found.
        java.lang.Exception - if there was an unrecoverable problem obtaining the script
        java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if the module ID is syntactically not a valid absolute module identifier.