kandi X-RAY | retrolambda Summary
kandi X-RAY | retrolambda Summary
Just as there was Retroweaver et al. for running Java 5 code with generics on Java 1.4, Retrolambda lets you run Java 8 code with lambda expressions, method references and try-with-resources statements on Java 7, 6 or 5. It does this by transforming your Java 8 compiled bytecode so that it can run on an older Java runtime. After the transformation they are just a bunch of normal .class files, without any additional runtime dependencies. [Read more details] #backported-language-features). There is also [limited support] #known-limitations) for backporting default methods and static methods on interfaces. This feature is disabled by default. Retrolambda supports backporting to Java 7, Java 6 and Java 5 runtimes. And for adventurous developers there are [other backporting tools] that may let you go from Java 5 down to Java 1.4. Nowadays Android Studio has [built-in support for Java 8 features] so that is probably the first thing to try out. Otherwise, Retrolambda works also for Android: Serge Zaitsev has written [an article about it] and there is a [Gradle plugin] #gradle-plugin) which makes it easy.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Launches the target
- Returns the classpath file
- Returns the java command
- Process the classes in the framework
- If the given method is an accessor method returns an accessor method
- Checks if the method is visible to the given method
- Determine if the passed in method is visible to the companion class
- Run Retrolambda
- Runs the configuration
- Returns the list of included files
- Visit a file
- Visit all interfaces
- Generate the source file
- Generate delegating methods
- Overrides the default implementation of this method
- Overrides the visitor to reset the class sequence number
- Loads a class
- Gets the classpath
- Visit public methods
- Overrides the visitor to look for method calls to invoke
- Overrides the visitor to visit method stack
- Transforms a class
- Implements the visitor to look for generifiers and interfaces
- Visits a method
- Overrides the visitor to set the vararg stack
- Reassign the given lambda or method to the given class
retrolambda Key Features
retrolambda Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on retrolambda
I have configured crashlytics as per Firebase Documentation https://firebase.google.com/docs/crashlytics/get-started?platform=android. But crash reports not generated and uploaded to server.
Kindly refer my build details.
Here is our project-level build.gradle...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-11 at 14:08
There was another utility logger library initialized in the application class that prevented crashlytics from collecting log. https://github.com/hypertrack/hyperlog-android
Also the initialization & manifest part is not necessary unless you want to explicitly enable/disable crashlytics working.
Trying to run old project with following config in
build.gradle (root) file.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 19:21
if you go to the missing library's Github page, you see that it was available only through
jcenter, and since
jcenter is down, you need to clone the library and build it yourself and put it on the classpath.
My app won't build for iPhone and Android anymore, apparently due to a problem with retrolambda.
I haven't build for quite some time (I think 6-7 months), but I don't think the way my app uses lambda functions has changed significantly (but I may be wrong, since I am not sure how to read the error message), so I was wondering if something has changed in the CN1 build process?
If not, any help on how to 'decode' the below error log to understand the problem would be really great. I think I've identified the offending code, but it seems to be written in the same way that compiled successfully before....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-16 at 06:31
This fails in the retro-lambda stage but has nothing to do with that. See this error:
I am unable to upgrade code to gradle 3.5.3 when I tried a lot of error occurs.
here my old code app.gradle...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-24 at 18:23
I just added below line in app gradle now it's working here is full discussion.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use retrolambda like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the retrolambda component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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