JDK 11 jdk.jdeps.jmod - JDeps Tool

JDK 11 jdk.jdeps.jmod is the JMOD file for JDK 11 JDeps tool, which can be invoked by the "jdeps" command.

JDK 11 JDeps tool compiled class files are stored in \fyicenter\jdk-11.0.1\jmods\jdk.jdeps.jmod.

JDK 11 JDeps tool compiled class files are also linked and stored in the \fyicenter\jdk-11.0.1\lib\modules JImage file.

JDK 11 JDeps tool source code files are stored in \fyicenter\jdk-11.0.1\lib\src.zip\jdk.jdeps.

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com/sun/tools/jdeprscan/resources/jdeprscan.java

package com.sun.tools.jdeprscan.resources;

public final class jdeprscan extends java.util.ListResourceBundle {
    protected final Object[][] getContents() {
        return new Object[][] {
            { "main.help", "Scans each argument for usages of deprecated APIs. An argument\nmay be a directory specifying the root of a package hierarchy,\na JAR file, a class file, or a class name. The class name must be\nspecified using a fully qualified class name using the $ separator\ncharacter for nested classes, for example,\n\n    java.lang.Thread$State\n\nThe --class-path option provides a search path for resolution\nof dependent classes.\n\nThe --for-removal option limits scanning or listing to APIs that are\ndeprecated for removal. Cannot be used with a release value of 6, 7, or 8.\n\nThe --full-version option prints out the full version string of the tool.\n\nThe --help (-? -h) option prints out a full help message.\n\nThe --list (-l) option prints out the set of deprecated APIs. No scanning is done,\nso no directory, jar, or class arguments should be provided.\n\nThe --release option specifies the Java SE release that provides the set\nof deprecated APIs for scanning.\n\nThe --verbose (-v) option enables additional message output during processing.\n\nThe --version option prints out the abbreviated version string of the tool." },
            { "main.usage", "Usage: jdeprscan [options] '{dir|jar|class}' ...\n\noptions:\n        --class-path PATH\n        --for-removal\n        --full-version\n  -? -h --help\n  -l    --list\n        --release {0}\n  -v    --verbose\n        --version" },
            { "main.xhelp", "Unsupported options:\n\n  --Xload-class CLASS\n      Loads deprecation information from the named class.\n  --Xload-csv CSVFILE\n      Loads deprecation information from the named CSV file.\n  --Xload-dir DIR\n      Loads deprecation information from the class hierarchy\n      at the named directory.\n  --Xload-jar JARFILE\n      Loads deprecation information from the named JAR file.\n  --Xload-jdk9 JAVA_HOME\n      Loads deprecation information from the JDK located at\n      JAVA_HOME, which must be a modular JDK.\n  --Xload-old-jdk JAVA_HOME\n      Loads deprecation information from the JDK located at\n      JAVA_HOME, which must not be a modular JDK. Instead, the\n      named JDK must be a \"classic\" JDK with an rt.jar file.\n  --Xload-self\n      Loads deprecation information by traversing the jrt:\n      filesystem of the running JDK image.\n  --Xcompiler-arg ARG\n      Adds ARG to the list of compiler arguments.\n  --Xcsv-comment COMMENT\n      Adds COMMENT as a comment line to the output CSV file.\n      Only effective if -Xprint-csv is also supplied.\n  --Xhelp\n      Prints this message.\n  --Xprint-csv\n      Prints a CSV file containing the loaded deprecation information\n      instead of scanning any classes or JAR files." },
            { "scan.dep.normal", "" },
            { "scan.dep.removal", "(forRemoval=true)" },
            { "scan.err.exception", "error: unexpected exception {0}" },
            { "scan.err.noclass", "error: cannot find class {0}" },
            { "scan.err.nofile", "error: cannot find file {0}" },
            { "scan.err.nomethod", "error: cannot resolve Methodref {0}.{1}:{2}" },
            { "scan.head.dir", "Directory {0}:" },
            { "scan.head.jar", "Jar file {0}:" },
            { "scan.out.extends", "{0} {1} extends deprecated class {2} {3}" },
            { "scan.out.hasfield", "{0} {1} has field named {2} of deprecated type {3} {4}" },
            { "scan.out.implements", "{0} {1} implements deprecated interface {2} {3}" },
            { "scan.out.methodoverride", "{0} {1} overrides deprecated method {2}::{3}{4} {5}" },
            { "scan.out.methodparmtype", "{0} {1} has method named {2} having deprecated parameter type {3} {4}" },
            { "scan.out.methodrettype", "{0} {1} has method named {2} having deprecated return type {3} {4}" },
            { "scan.out.usesclass", "{0} {1} uses deprecated class {2} {3}" },
            { "scan.out.usesfield", "{0} {1} uses deprecated field {2}::{3} {4}" },
            { "scan.out.usesintfmethod", "{0} {1} uses deprecated method {2}::{3}{4} {5}" },
            { "scan.out.usesmethod", "{0} {1} uses deprecated method {2}::{3}{4} {5}" },
            { "scan.process.class", "Processing class {0}..." },
        };
    }
}

com/sun/tools/jdeprscan/resources/jdeprscan.java

 

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