commons-io-2.6-sources.jar - Apache Commons IO

commons-io-2.6-sources.jar is the source JAR file for Apache Commons IO 2.6, which is a library of utilities to assist with developing IO functionality.

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JAR name: commons-io-2.6-sources.jar
Target JDK version: 1.7
Dependency: None
File size: 280,834 bytes
Release date: 15-Oct-2017
Download: Apache Commons IO Website

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org/apache/commons/io/FileCleaner.java

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package org.apache.commons.io;

import java.io.File;

/**
 * Keeps track of files awaiting deletion, and deletes them when an associated
 * marker object is reclaimed by the garbage collector.
 * <p>
 * This utility creates a background thread to handle file deletion.
 * Each file to be deleted is registered with a handler object.
 * When the handler object is garbage collected, the file is deleted.
 * <p>
 * In an environment with multiple class loaders (a servlet container, for
 * example), you should consider stopping the background thread if it is no
 * longer needed. This is done by invoking the method
 * {@link #exitWhenFinished}, typically in
 * {@code javax.servlet.ServletContextListener.contextDestroyed(javax.servlet.ServletContextEvent)} or similar.
 *
 * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker}
 */
@Deprecated
public class FileCleaner {
    /**
     * The instance to use for the deprecated, static methods.
     */
    static final FileCleaningTracker theInstance = new FileCleaningTracker();

    //-----------------------------------------------------------------------
    /**
     * Track the specified file, using the provided marker, deleting the file
     * when the marker instance is garbage collected.
     * The {@link FileDeleteStrategy#NORMAL normal} deletion strategy will be used.
     *
     * @param file  the file to be tracked, not null
     * @param marker  the marker object used to track the file, not null
     * @throws NullPointerException if the file is null
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#track(File, Object)}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static void track(final File file, final Object marker) {
        theInstance.track(file, marker);
    }

    /**
     * Track the specified file, using the provided marker, deleting the file
     * when the marker instance is garbage collected.
     * The specified deletion strategy is used.
     *
     * @param file  the file to be tracked, not null
     * @param marker  the marker object used to track the file, not null
     * @param deleteStrategy  the strategy to delete the file, null means normal
     * @throws NullPointerException if the file is null
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#track(File, Object, FileDeleteStrategy)}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static void track(final File file, final Object marker, final FileDeleteStrategy deleteStrategy) {
        theInstance.track(file, marker, deleteStrategy);
    }

    /**
     * Track the specified file, using the provided marker, deleting the file
     * when the marker instance is garbage collected.
     * The {@link FileDeleteStrategy#NORMAL normal} deletion strategy will be used.
     *
     * @param path  the full path to the file to be tracked, not null
     * @param marker  the marker object used to track the file, not null
     * @throws NullPointerException if the path is null
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#track(String, Object)}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static void track(final String path, final Object marker) {
        theInstance.track(path, marker);
    }

    /**
     * Track the specified file, using the provided marker, deleting the file
     * when the marker instance is garbage collected.
     * The specified deletion strategy is used.
     *
     * @param path  the full path to the file to be tracked, not null
     * @param marker  the marker object used to track the file, not null
     * @param deleteStrategy  the strategy to delete the file, null means normal
     * @throws NullPointerException if the path is null
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#track(String, Object, FileDeleteStrategy)}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static void track(final String path, final Object marker, final FileDeleteStrategy deleteStrategy) {
        theInstance.track(path, marker, deleteStrategy);
    }

    //-----------------------------------------------------------------------
    /**
     * Retrieve the number of files currently being tracked, and therefore
     * awaiting deletion.
     *
     * @return the number of files being tracked
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#getTrackCount()}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static int getTrackCount() {
        return theInstance.getTrackCount();
    }

    /**
     * Call this method to cause the file cleaner thread to terminate when
     * there are no more objects being tracked for deletion.
     * <p>
     * In a simple environment, you don't need this method as the file cleaner
     * thread will simply exit when the JVM exits. In a more complex environment,
     * with multiple class loaders (such as an application server), you should be
     * aware that the file cleaner thread will continue running even if the class
     * loader it was started from terminates. This can constitute a memory leak.
     * <p>
     * For example, suppose that you have developed a web application, which
     * contains the commons-io jar file in your WEB-INF/lib directory. In other
     * words, the FileCleaner class is loaded through the class loader of your
     * web application. If the web application is terminated, but the servlet
     * container is still running, then the file cleaner thread will still exist,
     * posing a memory leak.
     * <p>
     * This method allows the thread to be terminated. Simply call this method
     * in the resource cleanup code, such as
     * {@code javax.servlet.ServletContextListener.contextDestroyed(javax.servlet.ServletContextEvent)}.
     * One called, no new objects can be tracked by the file cleaner.
     * @deprecated Use {@link FileCleaningTracker#exitWhenFinished()}.
     */
    @Deprecated
    public static synchronized void exitWhenFinished() {
        theInstance.exitWhenFinished();
    }

    /**
     * Returns the singleton instance, which is used by the deprecated, static methods.
     * This is mainly useful for code, which wants to support the new
     * {@link FileCleaningTracker} class while maintain compatibility with the
     * deprecated {@link FileCleaner}.
     *
     * @return the singleton instance
     */
    public static FileCleaningTracker getInstance() {
        return theInstance;
    }
}

org/apache/commons/io/FileCleaner.java

 

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