here is my compiler class:

any comments on solving the problem better are welcome.

thx,

mp

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package harness.parsers.beanShell;

import harness.common.CommonConstants;
import harness.utils.classServices.ClassServices;

import java.io.FileReader;

import bsh.ParseException;
import bsh.Parser;


/**
 *
 * @author  Michael_Pitoniak
 */
public class BeanShellScriptCompiler extends Thread implements CommonConstants{
    private String m_Script = null;
    private FileReader m_FileReader = null;
    private Parser m_BshParser = null;
    private StringBuffer m_ResponseBuffer = null;
    private StringBuffer m_ErrorBuffer = null;
    private boolean m_bSuccess = false;
   
   
    /** Creates a new instance of BeanShellScriptCompiler */
    public BeanShellScriptCompiler(String script) {
        m_Script = script;
    }

    public void run(){
        try{
            m_bSuccess = compileScript(m_Script);
        }catch(Exception e){
            //we need to catch Exception here because occasionally
            //parseException in compileScript() has incomplete data,
            //and throws null ptr Exception when dereferenced.
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + e + NEWLINE_CHAR);
        }
    }
   
    /* compileScript had to be Threaded, and compile one script at a time
     *  because the bsh.Parser will crash when it encounters an  
     * "Un-Quoted" String. By Threading we circumvent this*/
    private boolean compileScript(String script){
        m_ResponseBuffer = new StringBuffer();
        m_ErrorBuffer = new StringBuffer();
        m_bSuccess = false;
       
        try{
            m_FileReader = new FileReader(script);
            m_BshParser = new Parser(m_FileReader);
            m_BshParser.setRetainComments(true);
            while(!m_BshParser.Line()/*eof*/ ){
                m_ResponseBuffer.append(m_BshParser.popNode() + NEWLINE_CHAR);
            }
            m_bSuccess = true;
        }catch(Error error){
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + error + NEWLINE_CHAR);
        }catch(ParseException parseException){
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "PARSE EXCEPTION: " + parseException.toString()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "ERROR SOURCE FILE: " + parseException.getErrorSourceFile()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "ERROR MESSAGE: " + parseException.getMessage()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "ERROR LINE NUMBER: " + parseException.getErrorLineNumber()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "ERROR TEXT: " + parseException.getErrorText()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + "SCRIPT STACK TRACE: " + parseException.getScriptStackTrace()+ NEWLINE_CHAR);
        }catch(Exception e){
            m_ErrorBuffer.append(ClassServices.getCurrentMethodName() + e + NEWLINE_CHAR);
        }finally{
            try{
                if(m_FileReader != null){
                    m_FileReader.close();
                }
            }catch(Exception e){
                e.printStackTrace();
            }catch(Error error){}
        }
       
        return m_bSuccess;
    }
   
    public String getResponseBuffer(){
        return m_ResponseBuffer.toString();
    }
   
    public String getErrorBuffer(){
        return m_ErrorBuffer.toString();
    }
   
    public boolean getSuccess(){
        return m_bSuccess;
    }
   
}


David Spectar <dspectar@yahoo.com>
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03/21/2005 12:44 PM

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Subject
[Beanshell-users] Validating Scripts from Source





According to the beanshell javadoc "You can use the
Parser from the command line to do basic structural
validation of BeanShell files without actually
executing them."

e.g. java bsh.Parser [ -p ] file [ file ] [ ... ]

Is there a way to do this from code?

The thing I am working on loads a script at
initialization but doesn't execute it because none of
the variables are ready yet. I wanted to be able to
validate the script to some extent during
initialization time.




                                 
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