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  25 
  26 package java.lang.ref;
  27 
  28 import sun.misc.Cleaner;

  29 
  30 /**
  31  * Abstract base class for reference objects.  This class defines the
  32  * operations common to all reference objects.  Because reference objects are
  33  * implemented in close cooperation with the garbage collector, this class may
  34  * not be subclassed directly.
  35  *
  36  * @author   Mark Reinhold
  37  * @since    1.2
  38  */
  39 
  40 public abstract class Reference<T> {
  41 
  42     /* A Reference instance is in one of four possible internal states:
  43      *
  44      *     Active: Subject to special treatment by the garbage collector.  Some
  45      *     time after the collector detects that the reachability of the
  46      *     referent has changed to the appropriate state, it changes the
  47      *     instance's state to either Pending or Inactive, depending upon
  48      *     whether or not the instance was registered with a queue when it was
  49      *     created.  In the former case it also adds the instance to the
  50      *     pending-Reference list.  Newly-created instances are Active.
  51      *
  52      *     Pending: An element of the pending-Reference list, waiting to be
  53      *     enqueued by the Reference-handler thread.  Unregistered instances
  54      *     are never in this state.
  55      *
  56      *     Enqueued: An element of the queue with which the instance was
  57      *     registered when it was created.  When an instance is removed from
  58      *     its ReferenceQueue, it is made Inactive.  Unregistered instances are
  59      *     never in this state.
  60      *
  61      *     Inactive: Nothing more to do.  Once an instance becomes Inactive its
  62      *     state will never change again.
  63      *
  64      * The state is encoded in the queue and next fields as follows:
  65      *
  66      *     Active: queue = ReferenceQueue with which instance is registered, or
  67      *     ReferenceQueue.NULL if it was not registered with a queue; next =
  68      *     null.
  69      *
  70      *     Pending: queue = ReferenceQueue with which instance is registered;
  71      *     next = this
  72      *
  73      *     Enqueued: queue = ReferenceQueue.ENQUEUED; next = Following instance
  74      *     in queue, or this if at end of list.
  75      *
  76      *     Inactive: queue = ReferenceQueue.NULL; next = this.
  77      *
  78      * With this scheme the collector need only examine the next field in order
  79      * to determine whether a Reference instance requires special treatment: If
  80      * the next field is null then the instance is active; if it is non-null,
  81      * then the collector should treat the instance normally.
  82      *
  83      * To ensure that a concurrent collector can discover active Reference
  84      * objects without interfering with application threads that may apply
  85      * the enqueue() method to those objects, collectors should link
  86      * discovered objects through the discovered field. The discovered
  87      * field is also used for linking Reference objects in the pending list.
  88      */
  89 
  90     private T referent;         /* Treated specially by GC */
  91 
  92     volatile ReferenceQueue<? super T> queue;
  93 
  94     /* When active:   NULL
  95      *     pending:   this
  96      *    Enqueued:   next reference in queue (or this if last)
  97      *    Inactive:   this
  98      */
  99     @SuppressWarnings("rawtypes")
 100     Reference next;
 101 
 102     /* When active:   next element in a discovered reference list maintained by GC (or this if last)
 103      *     pending:   next element in the pending list (or null if last)
 104      *   otherwise:   NULL
 105      */
 106     transient private Reference<T> discovered;  /* used by VM */
 107 
 108 
 109     /* Object used to synchronize with the garbage collector.  The collector
 110      * must acquire this lock at the beginning of each collection cycle.  It is
 111      * therefore critical that any code holding this lock complete as quickly
 112      * as possible, allocate no new objects, and avoid calling user code.
 113      */
 114     static private class Lock { };
 115     private static Lock lock = new Lock();
 116 
 117 
 118     /* List of References waiting to be enqueued.  The collector adds
 119      * References to this list, while the Reference-handler thread removes
 120      * them.  This list is protected by the above lock object. The
 121      * list uses the discovered field to link its elements.
 122      */
 123     private static Reference<Object> pending = null;
 124 
 125     /* High-priority thread to enqueue pending References
 126      */
 127     private static class ReferenceHandler extends Thread {
 128 









 129         ReferenceHandler(ThreadGroup g, String name) {
 130             super(g, name);
 131         }
 132 
 133         public void run() {
 134             for (;;) {
 135                 Reference<Object> r;


 136                 synchronized (lock) {
 137                     if (pending != null) {
 138                         r = pending;





 139                         pending = r.discovered;
 140                         r.discovered = null;
 141                     } else {
 142                         // The waiting on the lock may cause an OOME because it may try to allocate
 143                         // exception objects, so also catch OOME here to avoid silent exit of the
 144                         // reference handler thread.
 145                         //
 146                         // Explicitly define the order of the two exceptions we catch here
 147                         // when waiting for the lock.
 148                         //
 149                         // We do not want to try to potentially load the InterruptedException class
 150                         // (which would be done if this was its first use, and InterruptedException
 151                         // were checked first) in this situation.
 152                         //
 153                         // This may lead to the VM not ever trying to load the InterruptedException
 154                         // class again.
 155                         try {
 156                             try {
 157                                 lock.wait();
 158                             } catch (OutOfMemoryError x) { }
 159                         } catch (InterruptedException x) { }
 160                         continue;
 161                     }
 162                 }













 163 
 164                 // Fast path for cleaners
 165                 if (r instanceof Cleaner) {
 166                     ((Cleaner)r).clean();
 167                     continue;
 168                 }
 169 
 170                 ReferenceQueue<Object> q = r.queue;
 171                 if (q != ReferenceQueue.NULL) q.enqueue(r);
 172             }
 173         }
 174     }
 175 
 176     static {
 177         ThreadGroup tg = Thread.currentThread().getThreadGroup();
 178         for (ThreadGroup tgn = tg;
 179              tgn != null;
 180              tg = tgn, tgn = tg.getParent());
 181         Thread handler = new ReferenceHandler(tg, "Reference Handler");
 182         /* If there were a special system-only priority greater than
 183          * MAX_PRIORITY, it would be used here
 184          */
 185         handler.setPriority(Thread.MAX_PRIORITY);
 186         handler.setDaemon(true);
 187         handler.start();
 188     }
 189 
 190 
 191     /* -- Referent accessor and setters -- */
 192 
 193     /**
 194      * Returns this reference object's referent.  If this reference object has
 195      * been cleared, either by the program or by the garbage collector, then
 196      * this method returns <code>null</code>.
 197      *
 198      * @return   The object to which this reference refers, or
 199      *           <code>null</code> if this reference object has been cleared
 200      */
 201     public T get() {
 202         return this.referent;
 203     }
 204 
 205     /**
 206      * Clears this reference object.  Invoking this method will not cause this
 207      * object to be enqueued.
 208      *
 209      * <p> This method is invoked only by Java code; when the garbage collector
 210      * clears references it does so directly, without invoking this method.
 211      */
 212     public void clear() {
 213         this.referent = null;
 214     }
 215 
 216 
 217     /* -- Queue operations -- */
 218 
 219     /**
 220      * Tells whether or not this reference object has been enqueued, either by
 221      * the program or by the garbage collector.  If this reference object was
 222      * not registered with a queue when it was created, then this method will
 223      * always return <code>false</code>.
 224      *
 225      * @return   <code>true</code> if and only if this reference object has
 226      *           been enqueued
 227      */
 228     public boolean isEnqueued() {
 229         return (this.queue == ReferenceQueue.ENQUEUED);
 230     }
 231 
 232     /**
 233      * Adds this reference object to the queue with which it is registered,
 234      * if any.
 235      *
 236      * <p> This method is invoked only by Java code; when the garbage collector
 237      * enqueues references it does so directly, without invoking this method.
 238      *
 239      * @return   <code>true</code> if this reference object was successfully
 240      *           enqueued; <code>false</code> if it was already enqueued or if
 241      *           it was not registered with a queue when it was created
 242      */
 243     public boolean enqueue() {
 244         return this.queue.enqueue(this);
 245     }
 246 
 247 
 248     /* -- Constructors -- */
 249 
 250     Reference(T referent) {
 251         this(referent, null);
 252     }
 253 
 254     Reference(T referent, ReferenceQueue<? super T> queue) {
 255         this.referent = referent;
 256         this.queue = (queue == null) ? ReferenceQueue.NULL : queue;
 257     }
 258 
 259 }
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