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  2. JDK-6419926

JSR 199: FileObject.toUri() generates URI without schema (Solaris)

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      b128
    • CPU:
      generic, x86
    • OS:
      linux, solaris
    • Verification:
      Verified

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        javax.tools.FileObject.toUri() generates URI without schema under Solaris OS.
        A URI generated by a FileObject produced by a StandardJavaFileManager should start with 'file:'.
        (Potentially it can be java.io.File problem)

        test:
        ----------------------
        import javax.tools.*;
        import java.util.*;
        import java.io.*;
        import java.net.URI;

        class test5 {
            public static void main(String[] argv){
                JavaCompilerTool compiler = ToolProvider.getSystemJavaCompilerTool();
                StandardJavaFileManager mgr = compiler.getStandardFileManager( new DiagnosticCollector<JavaFileObject>() );
                System.out.println( new File( new File(".").toURI() ).getAbsolutePath() );
                mgr.setLocation(StandardJavaFileManager.StandardLocation.CLASS_OUTPUT,
                                    Collections.singleton(new File( new File(".").toURI())));
                try {
                    FileObject fo = mgr.getFileForOutput(StandardJavaFileManager.StandardLocation.CLASS_OUTPUT,
                                            "", URI.create("file.to.delete"), null);
                    System.out.println( fo.toUri() );
                } catch( IOException x ){
                    x.printStackTrace(System.out);
                }
            }
        }
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        output under Solaris:
        ----------------------
        it162333@~/tests>java -cp . test5
        /home/it162333/tests/.
        /home/it162333/tests/./file.to.delete
        ----------------------

        output under Windows:
        ----------------------
        Z:\tests>z:/lnks/jdk6/bin/java.exe -cp . test5
        Z:\tests\.
        file:/Z:/tests/./file.to.delete
        ----------------------
        tests failed
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[delete0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[getCharContent0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[getCharContent0002]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[getInputStream0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[getLastModified0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[getOutputStream0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[openReader0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[openWriter0001]
        > api/javax_tools/FileObject/index.html#All[toUri0001]
        > api/javax_tools/JavaFileObject/index.html#All[getKind0001]
        Failing Test: javac/api/JFOTest05

        Also FileObject.toUri() generates URI with one extra '.', which is not required.
        Please see the attached testcase
        <testcase>
        import javax.tools.*;
        import static javax.tools.StandardLocation.*;
        import static javax.tools.JavaFileObject.Kind.*;
          
        public class T6419926 {
          public static void main(String... arg) throws Exception {
              JavaCompilerTool javac =
              ToolProvider.getSystemJavaCompilerTool();
              JavaFileManager jfm = javac.getStandardFileManager(null);
              JavaFileObject jfo =
              jfm.getJavaFileForInput(CLASS_PATH,"Foo",SOURCE);
              System.out.println(jfo.toUri().toURL()); // to check - generates URI without schema.
              if(!jfo.toUri().toString().equals(jfo.toUri().resolve(
                                jfo.toUri()).toString())) // Extra dot is not required.
                  throw new Exception("Check the generated URI");
          }
        }
        </testcase>
        Failing Tests: javac/api/JFOTest05, javac/api/JFOTest06
        failing testcases: javac/api/JavaFileObject/JFOTest05 , javac/api/JavaFileObject/JFOTest06

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                • Assignee:
                  jjg Jonathan Gibbons
                  Reporter:
                  itseytin Igor Tseytin (Inactive)
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