A classpath unifying multiple class- and sourcepath entries. The Classpath can obtain entries for classes and sources independently so it tries to do operations quite optimally - iterating only these collections which are needed in the given moment and only as far as it's necessary.
The whole sourcepath in the form of one String.
Returns the class file and / or source file for a given external name, e.g., "java.lang.String". If there is both a class file and source file, the compiler can decide whether to read the class file or compile the source file.
Internally this seems to be used only by
ScriptRunner, but only to call
could probably be implemented differently.
Externally, it is used by sbt's compiler interface: https://github.com/sbt/sbt/blob/v0.13.15/compile/interface/src/main/scala/xsbt/CompilerInterface.scala#L249 Jason has some improvements for that in the works (https://github.com/scala/bug/issues/10289#issuecomment-310022699)
Returns the classfile for an external name, e.g., "java.lang.String". This method does not return source files.
This method is used by the classfile parser. When parsing a Java class, its own inner classes
are entered with a
ClassfileLoader that parses the classfile returned by this method.
It is also used in the backend, by the inliner, to obtain the bytecode when inlining from the
classpath. It's also used by scalap.
Returns packages and classes (source or classfile) that are members of
inPackage string is a full package name, e.g., "scala.collection".
This is the main method uses to find classes, see class
rootMirror.rootLoader is created with
inPackage = "".
Returns only one entry for each name. If there's both a source and a class entry, it creates an entry containing both of them. If there would be more than one class or source entries for the same class it always would use the first entry of each type found on a classpath.