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Offline Sickan

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« Posted 2012-12-14 17:37:21 »

Hello!

Snua is a tiny little library that I MP'ed yesterday night and finished today. It's very young, and incomplete. Anyway, it uses DOM to parse XML and returns Java objects from that XML. Everything is built around using a generic Decoder interface (with inbuilt implementations of boolean, byte, char, double, float, int, long, short and String decoders). It takes an org.w3c.dom.Node argument and produces a generic object from it. Here is a tiny bit of code for showing off.

SnuaTest.java
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import java.io.FileInputStream;
import java.io.FileNotFoundException;

import se.sickan.snua.Resource;
import se.sickan.snua.ResourceException;
import se.sickan.snua.Resources;

public class SnuaTest implements Resource {
   public boolean booleanTest;
    public byte byteTest;
    public char charTest;
    public double doubleTest;
    public float floatTest;
    public int intTest;
    public long longTest;
    public short shortTest;
    public String stringTest;
    public static void main(String[] args) throws ResourceException, FileNotFoundException {
        Resources resources = new Resources(new FileInputStream("test.xml"));
        resources.loadResources();
        SnuaTest snuaTest = resources.getResource("test");
        System.out.println(snuaTest.booleanTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.byteTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.charTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.doubleTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.floatTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.intTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.longTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.shortTest);
        System.out.println(snuaTest.stringTest);
    }
}


And the complementary test.xml
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<resources>
   <define name="SnuaTest" class="SnuaTest"/>
   <SnuaTest name="test">
      <booleanTest>false</booleanTest>
           <byteTest>0</byteTest>
           <charTest>p</charTest>
           <doubleTest>1d</doubleTest>
           <floatTest>2f</floatTest>
           <intTest>3</intTest>
           <longTest>4</longTest>
           <shortTest>5</shortTest>
           <stringTest>6</stringTest>
   </SnuaTest>
</resources>


And lastly, the glorious output:
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false
0
p
1.0
2.0
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6


To download a baby, goto https://dl.dropbox.com/u/42258713/snua.zip!
Offline DQQAYME

Junior Member


Medals: 1
Projects: 1



« Reply #1 - Posted 2013-05-22 08:11:20 »

Nice library and good idea, need find time and try Wink

P.s in source code so many cool things, and many of them even without feedback ;(

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