public class ClassScreener
Class to pre-screen class files, so that only a subset are analyzed. This
supports the -onlyAnalyze command line option.
Modified February 2006 in four ways: a) don't break windows platform by
hard-coding '/' as the directory separator b) store list of Matchers, not
Patterns, so we don't keep instantiating Matchers c) fix suffix bug, so
FooBar and Foo$Bar no longer match Bar d) addAllowedPackage() can now handle
unicode chars in filenames, though we still may not be handling every case
mentioned in section 7.2.1 of the JLS
Constructor. By default, the ClassScreener will match all class
files. Once addAllowedClass() and addAllowedPackage() are called, the
ClassScreener will only match the explicitly specified classes and
public void addAllowedClass(java.lang.String className)
Add the name of a class to be matched by the screener.
className - name of a class to be matched
public void addAllowedPackage(java.lang.String packageName)
Add the name of a package to be matched by the screener. All class files
that appear to be in the package should be matched.
packageName - name of the package to be matched
public void addAllowedPrefix(java.lang.String prefix)
Add the name of a prefix to be matched by the screener. All class files
that appear to be in the package specified by the prefix, or a more
deeply nested package, should be matched.