An interface implemented by classes wrapping instances of iterators, enumerations, collections, etc.
The capabilities of a minimal console for BeanShell.
This interface supports name completion, which is used primarily for command line tools, etc.
BshClassManager manages all classloading in BeanShell.
This represents an instance of a bsh method declaration in a particular namespace.
A stack of NameSpaces representing the call path.
The map of extended features supported by the runtime in which we live.
ClassGeneratorUtil utilizes the ASM (www.objectweb.org) bytecode generator by Eric Bruneton in order to generate class "stubs" for BeanShell at runtime.
A ConstructorArgs object holds evaluated arguments for a constructor call as well as the index of a possible alternate selector to invoke.
The default CollectionManager (which remains Java 1.1 compatible) supports iteration over objects of type: Enumeration, Vector, String, StringBuffer and array.
An implementation that works with JDK 1.1
A namespace which maintains an external map of values held in variables in its scope.
The BeanShell script interpreter.
An implementation of interface CharStream, where the stream is assumed to contain only ASCII characters (with java-like unicode escape processing).
A namespace in which methods, variables, and imports (class names) live.
This is the BeanShell parser.
Wrapper for primitive types in Bsh.
ReflectManager is a dynamically loaded extension that supports extended reflection features supported by JDK1.2 and greater.
Remote executor class.
'This' is the type of bsh scripted objects.
Describes the input token stream.
XThis is a dynamically loaded extension which extends This.java and adds support for the generalized interface proxy mechanism introduced in JDK1.3.
An attempt was made to use an unavailable capability supported by an optional package.
EvalError indicates that we cannot continue evaluating the script or the script has thrown an exception.
An internal error in the interpreter has occurred.
This exception is thrown when parse errors are encountered.
TargetError is an EvalError that wraps an exception thrown by the script (or by code called from the script).
UtilEvalError is an error corresponding to an EvalError but thrown by a utility or other class that does not have the caller context (Node) available to it.
UtilTargetError is an error corresponding to a TargetError but thrown by a utility or other class that does not have the caller context (Node) available to it.
Lightweight Scripting for Java. www.beanshell.org