rev 7591 : RT-38074: [macosx] Separate QTKit platform code from core media code so it can be removed for MAS
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  25 
  26 #import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
  27 #import <jni.h>
  28 
  29 // A place to store native peers to Java objects
  30 @interface JObjectPeers : NSObject
  31 {
  32     NSMutableArray *peerList;
  33 }
  34 
  35 // does not cache JNIEnv! It does use the JavaVM for comparison though
  36 - (void) setPeer:(id)peer forJObject:(jobject)jo javaEnv:(JNIEnv*)env;
  37 
  38 - (void) removePeersForJObject:(jobject)jo javaEnv:(JNIEnv*)env;
  39 - (void) removePeer:(id)peer; // removes all associations with the given ObjC object
  40 
  41 - (id) peerForJObject:(jobject)obj javaEnv:(JNIEnv*)env;
  42 
  43 - (jobject) jobjectForPeer:(id)peer javaEnv:(JNIEnv*)env;
  44 
  45 /*
  46  * Use this if you do not already have a JNIEnv. Bear in mind you may need to attach
  47  * the current thread to get a valid env
  48  * Ugly, but atomic
  49  */
  50 - (jobject) jobjectForPeer:(id)peer andVM:(JavaVM**)vm;
  51 
  52 @end
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