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jdk/dynalink/TypeConverterFactory.java

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package jdk.dynalink;

import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandles;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandles.Lookup;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodType;
import java.lang.invoke.WrongMethodTypeException;
import java.security.AccessControlContext;
import java.security.AccessController;
import java.security.PrivilegedAction;
import java.util.LinkedList;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.function.Supplier;
import jdk.dynalink.internal.AccessControlContextFactory;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.ConversionComparator;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.ConversionComparator.Comparison;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.GuardedInvocation;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.GuardingTypeConverterFactory;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.LinkerServices;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.MethodTypeConversionStrategy;
import jdk.dynalink.linker.support.TypeUtilities;

/**
 * A factory for type converters. This class is the main implementation behind the
 * {@link LinkerServices#asType(MethodHandle, MethodType)}. It manages the known {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory}
 * instances and creates appropriate converters for method handles.
 */
final class TypeConverterFactory {
    private static final AccessControlContext GET_CLASS_LOADER_CONTEXT =
            AccessControlContextFactory.createAccessControlContext("getClassLoader");

    private final GuardingTypeConverterFactory[] factories;
    private final ConversionComparator[] comparators;
    private final MethodTypeConversionStrategy autoConversionStrategy;

    private final ClassValue<ClassMap<MethodHandle>> converterMap = new ClassValue<ClassMap<MethodHandle>>() {
        @Override
        protected ClassMap<MethodHandle> computeValue(final Class<?> sourceType) {
            return new ClassMap<MethodHandle>(getClassLoader(sourceType)) {
                @Override
                protected MethodHandle computeValue(final Class<?> targetType) {
                    try {
                        return createConverter(sourceType, targetType);
                    } catch (final RuntimeException e) {
                        throw e;
                    } catch (final Exception e) {
                        throw new RuntimeException(e);
                    }
                }
            };
        }
    };

    private final ClassValue<ClassMap<MethodHandle>> converterIdentityMap = new ClassValue<ClassMap<MethodHandle>>() {
        @Override
        protected ClassMap<MethodHandle> computeValue(final Class<?> sourceType) {
            return new ClassMap<MethodHandle>(getClassLoader(sourceType)) {
                @Override
                protected MethodHandle computeValue(final Class<?> targetType) {
                    if(!canAutoConvert(sourceType, targetType)) {
                        final MethodHandle converter = getCacheableTypeConverter(sourceType, targetType);
                        if(converter != IDENTITY_CONVERSION) {
                            return converter;
                        }
                    }
                    return IDENTITY_CONVERSION.asType(MethodType.methodType(targetType, sourceType));
                }
            };
        }
    };

    private final ClassValue<ClassMap<Boolean>> canConvert = new ClassValue<ClassMap<Boolean>>() {
        @Override
        protected ClassMap<Boolean> computeValue(final Class<?> sourceType) {
            return new ClassMap<Boolean>(getClassLoader(sourceType)) {
                @Override
                protected Boolean computeValue(final Class<?> targetType) {
                    try {
                        return getTypeConverterNull(sourceType, targetType) != null;
                    } catch (final RuntimeException e) {
                        throw e;
                    } catch (final Exception e) {
                        throw new RuntimeException(e);
                    }
                }
            };
        }
    };

    private static ClassLoader getClassLoader(final Class<?> clazz) {
        return AccessController.doPrivileged(new PrivilegedAction<ClassLoader>() {
            @Override
            public ClassLoader run() {
                return clazz.getClassLoader();
            }
        }, GET_CLASS_LOADER_CONTEXT);
    }

    /**
     * Creates a new type converter factory from the available {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory} instances.
     *
     * @param factories the {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory} instances to compose.
     * @param autoConversionStrategy conversion strategy for automatic type conversions. After
     * {@link #asType(java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle, java.lang.invoke.MethodType)} has applied all custom
     * conversions to a method handle, it still needs to effect
     * {@link TypeUtilities#isMethodInvocationConvertible(Class, Class) method invocation conversions} that
     * can usually be automatically applied as per
     * {@link java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle#asType(java.lang.invoke.MethodType)}.
     * However, sometimes language runtimes will want to customize even those conversions for their own call
     * sites. A typical example is allowing unboxing of null return values, which is by default prohibited by
     * ordinary {@code MethodHandles.asType}. In this case, a language runtime can install its own custom
     * automatic conversion strategy, that can deal with null values. Note that when the strategy's
     * {@link MethodTypeConversionStrategy#asType(java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle, java.lang.invoke.MethodType)}
     * is invoked, the custom language conversions will already have been applied to the method handle, so by
     * design the difference between the handle's current method type and the desired final type will always
     * only be ones that can be subjected to method invocation conversions. Can be null, in which case no
     * custom strategy is employed.
     */
    TypeConverterFactory(final Iterable<? extends GuardingTypeConverterFactory> factories,
            final MethodTypeConversionStrategy autoConversionStrategy) {
        final List<GuardingTypeConverterFactory> l = new LinkedList<>();
        final List<ConversionComparator> c = new LinkedList<>();
        for(final GuardingTypeConverterFactory factory: factories) {
            l.add(factory);
            if(factory instanceof ConversionComparator) {
                c.add((ConversionComparator)factory);
            }
        }
        this.factories = l.toArray(new GuardingTypeConverterFactory[0]);
        this.comparators = c.toArray(new ConversionComparator[0]);
        this.autoConversionStrategy = autoConversionStrategy;
    }

    /**
     * Similar to {@link MethodHandle#asType(MethodType)} except it also hooks in method handles produced by
     * {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory} implementations, providing for language-specific type coercing of
     * parameters. For all conversions that are not a JLS method invocation conversion it'll insert
     * {@link MethodHandles#filterArguments(MethodHandle, int, MethodHandle...)} with composite filters
     * provided by {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory} implementations. For the remaining JLS method invocation
     * conversions, it will invoke {@link MethodTypeConversionStrategy#asType(MethodHandle, MethodType)} first
     * if an automatic conversion strategy was specified in the
     * {@link #TypeConverterFactory(Iterable, MethodTypeConversionStrategy) constructor}, and finally apply
     * {@link MethodHandle#asType(MethodType)} for any remaining conversions.
     *
     * @param handle target method handle
     * @param fromType the types of source arguments
     * @return a method handle that is a suitable combination of {@link MethodHandle#asType(MethodType)},
     * {@link MethodTypeConversionStrategy#asType(MethodHandle, MethodType)}, and
     * {@link MethodHandles#filterArguments(MethodHandle, int, MethodHandle...)} with
     * {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory} produced type converters as filters.
     */
    MethodHandle asType(final MethodHandle handle, final MethodType fromType) {
        MethodHandle newHandle = handle;
        final MethodType toType = newHandle.type();
        final int l = toType.parameterCount();
        if(l != fromType.parameterCount()) {
            throw new WrongMethodTypeException("Parameter counts differ: " + handle.type() + " vs. " + fromType);
        }
        int pos = 0;
        final List<MethodHandle> converters = new LinkedList<>();
        for(int i = 0; i < l; ++i) {
            final Class<?> fromParamType = fromType.parameterType(i);
            final Class<?> toParamType = toType.parameterType(i);
            if(canAutoConvert(fromParamType, toParamType)) {
                newHandle = applyConverters(newHandle, pos, converters);
            } else {
                final MethodHandle converter = getTypeConverterNull(fromParamType, toParamType);
                if(converter != null) {
                    if(converters.isEmpty()) {
                        pos = i;
                    }
                    converters.add(converter);
                } else {
                    newHandle = applyConverters(newHandle, pos, converters);
                }
            }
        }
        newHandle = applyConverters(newHandle, pos, converters);

        // Convert return type
        final Class<?> fromRetType = fromType.returnType();
        final Class<?> toRetType = toType.returnType();
        if(fromRetType != Void.TYPE && toRetType != Void.TYPE) {
            if(!canAutoConvert(toRetType, fromRetType)) {
                final MethodHandle converter = getTypeConverterNull(toRetType, fromRetType);
                if(converter != null) {
                    newHandle = MethodHandles.filterReturnValue(newHandle, converter);
                }
            }
        }

        // Give change to automatic conversion strategy, if one is present.
        final MethodHandle autoConvertedHandle =
                autoConversionStrategy != null ? autoConversionStrategy.asType(newHandle, fromType) : newHandle;

        // Do a final asType for any conversions that remain.
        return autoConvertedHandle.asType(fromType);
    }

    private static MethodHandle applyConverters(final MethodHandle handle, final int pos, final List<MethodHandle> converters) {
        if(converters.isEmpty()) {
            return handle;
        }
        final MethodHandle newHandle =
                MethodHandles.filterArguments(handle, pos, converters.toArray(new MethodHandle[0]));
        converters.clear();
        return newHandle;
    }

    /**
     * Returns true if there might exist a conversion between the requested types (either an automatic JVM conversion,
     * or one provided by any available {@link GuardingTypeConverterFactory}), or false if there definitely does not
     * exist a conversion between the requested types. Note that returning true does not guarantee that the conversion
     * will succeed at runtime (notably, if the "from" or "to" types are sufficiently generic), but returning false
     * guarantees that it would fail.
     *
     * @param from the source type for the conversion
     * @param to the target type for the conversion
     * @return true if there can be a conversion, false if there can not.
     */
    boolean canConvert(final Class<?> from, final Class<?> to) {
        return canAutoConvert(from, to) || canConvert.get(from).get(to);
    }

    /**
     * Determines which of the two type conversions from a source type to the two target types is preferred. This is
     * used for dynamic overloaded method resolution. If the source type is convertible to exactly one target type with
     * a method invocation conversion, it is chosen, otherwise available {@link ConversionComparator}s are consulted.
     * @param sourceType the source type.
     * @param targetType1 one potential target type
     * @param targetType2 another potential target type.
     * @return one of Comparison constants that establish which - if any - of the target types is preferable for the
     * conversion.
     */
    Comparison compareConversion(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType1, final Class<?> targetType2) {
        for(final ConversionComparator comparator: comparators) {
            final Comparison result = comparator.compareConversion(sourceType, targetType1, targetType2);
            if(result != Comparison.INDETERMINATE) {
                return result;
            }
        }
        if(TypeUtilities.isMethodInvocationConvertible(sourceType, targetType1)) {
            if(!TypeUtilities.isMethodInvocationConvertible(sourceType, targetType2)) {
                return Comparison.TYPE_1_BETTER;
            }
        } else if(TypeUtilities.isMethodInvocationConvertible(sourceType, targetType2)) {
            return Comparison.TYPE_2_BETTER;
        }
        return Comparison.INDETERMINATE;
    }

    /**
     * Determines whether it's safe to perform an automatic conversion between the source and target class.
     *
     * @param fromType convert from this class
     * @param toType convert to this class
     * @return true if it's safe to let MethodHandles.convertArguments() to handle this conversion.
     */
    /*private*/ static boolean canAutoConvert(final Class<?> fromType, final Class<?> toType) {
        return TypeUtilities.isMethodInvocationConvertible(fromType, toType);
    }

    /*private*/ MethodHandle getCacheableTypeConverterNull(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType) {
        final MethodHandle converter = getCacheableTypeConverter(sourceType, targetType);
        return converter == IDENTITY_CONVERSION ? null : converter;
    }

    /*private*/ MethodHandle getTypeConverterNull(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType) {
        try {
            return getCacheableTypeConverterNull(sourceType, targetType);
        } catch(final NotCacheableConverter e) {
            return e.converter;
        }
    }

    /*private*/ MethodHandle getCacheableTypeConverter(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType) {
        return converterMap.get(sourceType).get(targetType);
    }

    /**
     * Given a source and target type, returns a method handle that converts between them. Never returns null; in worst
     * case it will return an identity conversion (that might fail for some values at runtime). You can use this method
     * if you have a piece of your program that is written in Java, and you need to reuse existing type conversion
     * machinery in a non-invokedynamic context.
     * @param sourceType the type to convert from
     * @param targetType the type to convert to
     * @return a method handle performing the conversion.
     */
    MethodHandle getTypeConverter(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType) {
        try {
            return converterIdentityMap.get(sourceType).get(targetType);
        } catch(final NotCacheableConverter e) {
            return e.converter;
        }
    }

    private static class LookupSupplier implements Supplier<MethodHandles.Lookup> {
        volatile boolean returnedLookup;
        volatile boolean closed;

        @Override
        public Lookup get() {
            if (closed) {
                // Something held on to this supplier and tried to invoke it
                // after we're done with it.
                throw new IllegalStateException();
            }
            final Lookup lookup = LinkerServicesImpl.getCurrentLookup();
            returnedLookup = true;
            return lookup;
        }
    }

    /*private*/ MethodHandle createConverter(final Class<?> sourceType, final Class<?> targetType) throws Exception {
        final MethodType type = MethodType.methodType(targetType, sourceType);
        final MethodHandle identity = IDENTITY_CONVERSION.asType(type);
        MethodHandle last = identity;

        final LookupSupplier lookupSupplier = new LookupSupplier();
        try {
            for(int i = factories.length; i-- > 0;) {
                final GuardedInvocation next = factories[i].convertToType(sourceType, targetType, lookupSupplier);
                if(next != null) {
                    last = next.compose(last);
                }
            }
        } finally {
            lookupSupplier.closed = true;
        }

        if(last == identity) {
            return IDENTITY_CONVERSION;
        }
        if(!lookupSupplier.returnedLookup) {
            return last;
        }
        // At least one of the consulted converter factories obtained the
        // lookup, so we must presume the created converter is sensitive to the
        // lookup class and thus we will not cache it.
        throw new NotCacheableConverter(last);
    }

    /*private*/ static final MethodHandle IDENTITY_CONVERSION = MethodHandles.identity(Object.class);

    @SuppressWarnings("serial")
    private static class NotCacheableConverter extends RuntimeException {
        final MethodHandle converter;

        NotCacheableConverter(final MethodHandle converter) {
            super("", null, false, false);
            this.converter = converter;
        }
    }
}

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