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.
Provides factory methods for classpath. When creating classpath instances for a given path, it uses proper type of classpath depending on a types of particular files containing sources or classes.
A trait allowing to look for classpath entries in directories. It provides common logic for classes handling class and source files. It makes use of the fact that in the case of nested directories it's easy to find a file when we have a name of a package. It abstracts over the file representation to work with both JFile and AbstractFile.
Common methods related to Java files and abstract files used in the context of classpath
Common methods related to package names represented as String
Manages creation of classpath for class files placed in zip and jar files. It should be the only way of creating them as it provides caching.
A trait providing an optional cache for classpath entries obtained from zip and jar files. It's possible to create such a cache assuming that entries in such files won't change (at least will be the same each time we'll load classpath during the lifetime of JVM process) - unlike class and source files in directories, which can be modified and recompiled. It allows us to e.g. reduce significantly memory used by PresentationCompilers in Scala IDE when there are a lot of projects having a lot of common dependencies.
Manages creation of classpath for source files placed in zip and jar files. It should be the only way of creating them as it provides caching.
A trait allowing to look for classpath entries of given type in zip and jar files. It provides common logic for classes handling class and source files. It's aware of things like e.g. META-INF directory which is correctly skipped.