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Class Compiler



  • public final class Compiler
    extends Object
    Does nothing on Android.
    • Method Detail

      • command

        public static Object command(Object cmd)
        Executes an operation according to the specified command object. This method is the low-level interface to the JIT compiler. It may return any object or null if no JIT compiler is available. Returns null on Android, whether or not the system has a JIT.
        Parameters:
        cmd - the command object for the JIT compiler.
        Returns:
        the result of executing command or null.
      • compileClass

        public static boolean compileClass(Class<?> classToCompile)
        Compiles the specified class using the JIT compiler and indicates if compilation has been successful. Does nothing and returns false on Android.
        Parameters:
        classToCompile - java.lang.Class the class to JIT compile
        Returns:
        true if the compilation has been successful; false if it has failed or if there is no JIT compiler available.
      • compileClasses

        public static boolean compileClasses(String nameRoot)
        Compiles all classes whose name matches the specified name using the JIT compiler and indicates if compilation has been successful. Does nothing and returns false on Android.
        Parameters:
        nameRoot - the string to match class names with.
        Returns:
        true if the compilation has been successful; false if it has failed or if there is no JIT compiler available.
      • disable

        public static void disable()
        Disables the JIT compiler. Does nothing on Android.
      • enable

        public static void enable()
        Enables the JIT compiler. Does nothing on Android.


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